Prof. Dr. Renate Nestvogel (en)

Marie-Theres Albert (Ed.): Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies. De Gruyter: Berlin, Boston 2015 Review by Prof. Dr. Renate Nestvogel The concepts of sustainable development (s.d.) and sustainability, as formulated at the Rio Conference in 1992, emerged from analysis of the exploitation and destruction of natural (water, air, soil, raw materials) as well as human resources and heritage, which was documented in various reports since the 1970s (Club of Rome, Brundtland-Report etc.). This 4th volume of the Heritage Studies Series focuses on the relationships between concepts of heritage and sustainability or, as the editor points out in her introductory reflections, mehr …

Karla Boluk (en)

Going Beyond: Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies No.2, edited by Marie-Theres Albert, Francesco Bandarin, Ana Pereira Roders, Springer, 2017, 368 pp., £109.99 (hardback), ISBN 978-3-319-57164-5 Buchbesprechung von Karla Boluk Published in Conservation & Management of Archaeological Sites Volume 20, Issue 5-6, online February 2019.