Engaging Heritage, Engaging Communities
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ISBN-13:
9781782049128
Einband:
Web PDF
Seiten:
256
Autor:
Bryony Onciul
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
Web PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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International, multi-disciplinary perspectives on the key question of community engagement in theory and practice in a diverse range of heritage settings.
Across the global networks of heritage sites, museums, and galleries, the importance of communities to the interpretation and conservation of heritage is increasingly being recognised. Yet the very term "meaningful community engagement" betrays a myriad of contrary approaches and understandings. Who is a community? How can they engage with heritage and why would they want to? How do communities and heritage professionals perceive one another? What does itmean to "engage"? These questions unsettle the very foundations of community engagement and indicate a need to unpick this important but complex trend.

Engaging Heritage, Engaging Communities critically explores the latest debates and practices surrounding community collaboration. By examining the different ways in which communities participate in heritage projects, the book questions the benefits, costs and limitations of community engagement. Whether communities are engaging through innovative initiatives or in response to economic, political or social factors, there is a need to understand how such engagements are conceptualised, facilitated and experienced by boththe organisations and the communities involved.



Bryony Onciul is Lecturer in History at the University of Exeter; Michelle Stefano is the Co-Director of Maryland Traditions, the folklife program for the state of Maryland and Visiting Assistant Professor in American Studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Stephanie Hawke is a project manager and fundraiser, working on a range of projects aiming to engage communities with culturalheritage.



Contributors: Gregory Ashworth, Evita Busa, Helen Graham, Julian Hartley, Stephanie Hawke, Carl Hogsden, Shatha Abu Khafajah, Nicole King, Bernadette Lynch, Billie Lythberg, Conal McCarthy, Ashley Minner, Wayne Ngata, Bryony Onciul, Elizabeth Pishief, Gregory Ramshaw, Philipp Schorch, Justin Sikora, Michelle Stefano, Helen Tully, John Tunbridge.
Introduction - Bryony Onciul

The Gate in the Wall: Beyond Happiness-making in Museums - Bernadette Lynch

Assembling Communities: Curatorial Practices, Material Culture and Meanings - Philipp Schorch

Interview: John Tunbridge - John Everard Tunbridge

Interview: Gregory Ashworth - Gregory Ashworth

Engaging with Maori and Archaeologists: Heritage Theory and Practice in Aotearoa New Zealand - Elizabeth Dale Pishief

Horizontality: Tactical Politics for Participation and Museums - Helen Graham

Re-imagining Egypt: Artefacts, Contemporary Art and Community Engagement in the Museum - Helen Tully

Interview: Evita Busa - Evita Busa

Interview: Shatha Abu Khafajah - Shatha Abu-Khafajah

Engaging Communities of De-industrialisation: the Mapping Baybrook and Mill Stories Projects of Baltimore, USA - Michelle L. Stefano

Engaging Communities of De-industrialisation: the Mapping Baybrook and Mill Stories Projects of Baltimore, USA - Nicole King

Interview: Ashley Minner - Ashley Colleen Minner

Embattled Legacies: Challenges in Community Engagement at Historic Battlefields in the UK - Justin Sikora

At the Community Level: Intangible Cultural Heritage as Naturally-occurring Ecomuseums - Michelle L. Stefano

Subaltern Sports Heritage - Gregory Ramshaw

Museums and the Symbolic Capital of Social Media Space - Julian Hartley

Relational Systems and Ancient Futures: Co-creating a Digital Contact Network in Theory and Practice - Billie Lythberg

Relational Systems and Ancient Futures: Co-creating a Digital Contact Network in Theory and Practice - Carl Hogsden

Relational Systems and Ancient Futures: Co-creating a Digital Contact Network in Theory and Practice - Wayne Ngata

Interview: Conal McCarthy - Conal McCarthy