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Festivals as Integrative Sites Valuing Tangible and Intangible Heritage for Sustainable Development

2018 - Valuing Tangible and Intangible Heritage for Sustainable Development

Autor:

Beth Perry, Laura Ager and Rike Sitas (Editors)

Herausgeber:

JPI Heritage Plus and Mistra Urban Futures

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Festivals as Integrative Sites Valuing Tangible and Intangible Heritage for Sustainable Development

The city is always suspended as a case of ‘heres’ and ‘elsewheres’, connected … and that is why artists may be doing a better job than southern, or northern, theorists in ‘painting’, ‘composing’, ‘dancing’ and ‘writing’ cities into being.

Festivals provide a window onto practices which integrate tangible and intangible heritage in the context of wider sustainable development challenges.

This report presents an anthology of festivals, collated by researchers and practitioners, which reveals the possibilities, promise and pitfalls of planning for culture and sustainable development.

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JPI Heritage Plus and Mistra Urban Futures

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