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.
Application-specific views, especially in the management of World Heritage, are discussed as well. The book represents the protagonists of the discourses and initiates a second volume that should, in particular, identify and present discourses beyond the mainstream discourses.
Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies
Volume 4 of the Heritage Studies Series
Marie-Theres Albert (Ed.)
De Gruyter, Berlin, 2015. ISBN 978-3-11-041513-1
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