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Intangible natural heritage new perspectives on natural objects by Eric Dorfman

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English


  • Historic preservation,
  • Exhibitions,
  • Nature conservation,
  • Wildlife conservation,
  • Natural history museums,
  • Protection,
  • Cultural property,
  • Intangible property,
  • Natural history

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Eric Dorfman
SeriesRoutledge studies in heritage -- 1
LC ClassificationsQH70.A1 I58 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 192 p. :
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25086564M
ISBN 100415884926
ISBN 109780415884921
LC Control Number2011015103

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consequences and value of cultural and natural heritage. In particular, the utilization of heritage (Smith, ). The second book gave a relatively and the Inventories of Intangible In book: Intellectual Property, Cultural Property and Intangible Cultural Heritage (pp) Publisher: Routledge Project: Intangible cultural heritage across borders: laws, structures and   Intangible When Used with Heritage. The word intangible with reference to heritage though, is problematic ‘because of the polarities implied by the notions of tangible/intangible, which insert a false distinction, in the form of a binary opposition, between the material and immaterial elements of culture’ (Lo Iacono and Brown, , p. 85). heritage是一个英语单词,名词,作名词时意为“遗产;传统;继承物;继承权;人名;(英)赫里蒂奇”。 声明:百科词条人人可编辑,词条创建和修改均免费,绝不存在官方及代理商付费代编,请勿上当受骗。

Intangible heritage during lockdown 22 April – Colombia, Croatia, Spain, While physical distancing and confinement are affecting the way we live, some communities are finding creative ways to adapt to ››› Living heritage experiences in the context of the COVID pandemic   Safeguarding intangible heritage requires close collaboration with local, regional and safeguarding our irreplaceable living heritage. USL book text pages 3a:USL book 26/5/10 Page 5 Cultural and Natural Heritage (); Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Intangible natural heritage: an introduction / Eric Dorfman --The intangible roots of our tangible heritage / Adrian Norris --Case studies of intangible natural heritage from museum collections / John A. Long --"That singular and wonderful quadruped": the kangaroo as historical intangible natural heritage in the eighteenth century / Markman   Cambodia is a country extremely rich in intangible cultural heritage. According to the preliminary inventory of intangible cultural heritage of Cambodia established in , many elements of Cambodia’s rich living heritage are in danger of disappearing due to long-lasting political conflicts, declining number of performers and cultural influences from outside the