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    Format: xvi, 272 pages , Illustrationen, Karten
    ISBN: 9781032391779 , 9781032391786
    Content: "This book explores the analytical and practical value of the notion of 'rooted cosmopolitanism' for the field of cultural heritage. Many concepts of present-day heritage discourses--such as World Heritage, local heritage practices or Indigenous heritage--tend to elide the complex interplay between the local and the global; entanglements that are investigated as 'glocalization' in Globalisation Studies. However, no human group ever creates more than a part of its heritage by itself. This book explores an exciting new alternative in scholarly (critical) heritage discourse, the notion of rooted cosmopolitanism, a way of making manifestations of globalized phenomena comprehensible and relevant at local levels. It develops a critical perspective on heritage and heritage practices, bringing together a highly varied yet conceptually focused set of stimulating contributions by senior and emerging scholars working on the heritage of localities across the globe. A contextualizing introduction is followed by three strongly theoretical and methodological chapters which complement the second part of the book, six concrete, empirical chapters written in 'response' to the more theoretical chapters. Two final, reflective conclusions bring together these different levels of analysis. This book will appeal primarily to archaeologists, anthropologists, heritage professionals, and museum curators who are ready to be confronted with innovative and exciting new approaches to the complexities of cultural heritage in a globalizing world"--
    Note: "This volume is one of the results of the NWO (the Dutch Research Council) project 'Innovating objects. The impact of global connections and the formation of the Roman Empire' (VICI 277-61-001) that was undertaken at Leiden University in the period 2016-2022. , 2404 , Rooted Cosmopolitanism, Heritage and the Question of Belonging / Miguel John Versluys & Ian Lilley -- From the Root of Cosmopolitanism to Rootless Parasites : The Politics and normative Complexities of Rooted Cosmopolitanism / Marianna Papastephanou -- Collaborative Archaeology as Rooted Cosmopolitanism? / Alexander Geurds -- Globalisation, ancient Cosmopolitanism and the Western Bollywood / Ljuben Tevdovski -- Local Pasts, Global Presents? Rooted Cosmopolitanism and (the Future of) Pelota Mixteca / Martin E. Berger -- Rooted Cosmopolitanism in Southeast Türkiye? Contemporary Responses to Nemrut Dağı and ancient Commagene / Lennart W. Kruijer & Miguel John Versluys -- Karian Cosmopolitanism : Archaeology, Heritage, and Identity in Southwestern Türkiye -- Troels Myrup Kristensen, Vinnie Nørskov & Gönül Bozoğlu -- The Locality of a Cosmopolitan Claim Revisited : Heritage of State Violence and Its Local Embeddedness on Green Island (Taiwan) / Fang-I-Chu -- What have the Romans ever done for us? Towards a Relational Mnemohistory / Miguel John Versluys -- From Exported Modernism to Rooted Cosmopolitanism : Middle East Architecture between Socialism and Capitalism / Asma Mehan -- Beyond the Local and the Global / Erik de Maaker -- The Road to Anywhere : rooted cosmopolitanism in the universe / Cornelius Holtorf
    Additional Edition: Online version Rooted cosmopolitanism, heritage and the question of belonging Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2024 ISBN 978-1-003-34874-0
    Language: English
    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung
    Author information: Versluys, Miguel John 1971-
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