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Title

Sustainable archaeology in post-crisis scenarios

AuthorsCriado-Boado, Felipe ; Barreiro, David ; Varela-Pousa, Rocío
KeywordsArchaeology
Commercial Archaeology
Open Innovation
Social Innovation
Entrepreneurship
Social Archaeology
Issue Date2015
PublisherSidestone Press
CitationFernweh. Crossing boundaries and connecting people in archaeological heritage management. Essays in honor of prof. Willem J.H. Willems: 56-60 (2015)
AbstractThe aim of this text is to provide some ideas to discuss about the economic sustainability of Archaeology in a post-crisis scenario. The text is rooted in three European-wide projects (ACE, DISCO and NEARCH). The act of valuing comes before the act of appropriating, which is the very essence of any heritagization process. Past and present “do things” (either material or virtual), and some of these things are categorized by our culture as heritage because they are attributed a certain value (Robertson 2012, Sánchez-Carretero 2013). All societies have their own way of managing the Past, memory, tradition and cultural products; but heritage is a specific concept of European Modernity. Heritage does not exist, but instead is a function of the social valuing added to it … (The text is part of a tribute volume for Prof. Willem Willems presented by colleagues and friends).
DescriptionEdited by Monique H. van den Dries, Sjoerd J. van der Linde & Amy Strecker.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/127418
ISBN978-90-8890-350-2
978-90-8890-351-9
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