Auf der Grundlage des Ansatzes von Pierre Bourdieu zur „Theorie der Praxis“ werden in diesem Buch die Entwicklungspotenziale des immateriellen Kulturerbes – ausformuliert in der 2003er-Konvention – diskutiert und reflektiert. Die Konvention interpretiert immaterielles Erbe als Motor (‚driver‘) und Wegbereiter (‚enabler‘) für Entwicklung, dem wiederum Paradigmen von nachhaltiger Entwicklung und menschlicher Entwicklung zu Grunde liegen. more …
Based on Pierre Bourdieu’s ‘Theory of Practice’ this book reflects and discusses the developmental potentials of intangible cultural heritage as formulated in the 2003 Convention. The Convention interprets intangible cultural heritage as ‘driver’ and ‘enabler’ of development, implying paradigms of sustainable and human development.
The volume “The UNESCO Memory of the World Programme: Key Aspects and Recent Developments” responds to the growing interest in the scientific study of the Memory of the World Programme (MoW) and its core concept of documentary heritage, which have received little attention from scholarship so far. The volume, which is the sixth publication in the Heritage Studies Series, provides a first collection of relevant ideas, reflections, theoretical and methodological considerations for the study of the MoW Programme, offering a basis for follow-up activities.
The book Going Beyond – Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies No. 2 is the 5th volume in the Heritage Studies Series, edited by Institute Director Prof. Dr. Marie-Theres Albert, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture Prof. Francesco Bandarin, and Prof. Ana Pereira Roders, University of Eindhoven.
The book Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies is the fourth book in the Heritage Studies Series, edited by Marie-Theres Albert. In this book, the authors present the subject of heritage and sustainability, taking into account a paradigmatic, historic-methodological and disciplinary classification.
In the book 40 Years World Heritage Convention, the authors present the history of the most successful convention that has ever been adopted by UNESCO. In this publication, the authors provide the diverse backgrounds, developments and details of the Convention and support their discussions with a number of images.
The publication Understanding Heritage – Perspectives in Heritage Studies is the first in a new series. This series aims at systematizing many years of disciplinarily and interdisciplinarily led discourse. Through this publication, the paradigmatic orientation of the series, Heritage Studies, constitutes a contribution for human development.
At the centre of the collection is the question of how UNESCO World Heritage Sites reflect cultural diversity.
Training Strategies for World Heritage Management, Volume 3 of the World Heritage Studies Series
An international symposium on “Constructing World Heritage” with scholars from 12 countries was hosted at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus on the occasion of the inauguration of the UNESCO Chair in World Heritage Studies.
Natur und Kultur. Ambivalente Dimensionen unseres Erbes. Perspektivenwechsel / Nature and Culture. Ambivalent Dimensions of our Heritage. Change of Perspective