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- PublisherSpringer International Publishing AG
- Date of Publication24/07/2014
- GenreCultural Studies
- Place of PublicationCham
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- ImprintSpringer International Publishing AG
- Content Note92 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight567 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Edited byKoos Bosma,Linde Egberts
- Table Of ContentsPART I: THE CONTEXT: HERITAGE PRACTICES IN TODAY'S EUROPE.- Chapter 1: Experiencing the Past: Introduction to Experience, Strategies, Authenticity and Branding; Linde Egberts.- Chapter 2: Creating a Shared Past? Europe and the Frankish Heritage in One of its Heartlands: Alsace; Linde Egberts.- Chapter 3: Battlefield of Histories: Competition over Authenticity and Heritage in an Urban Region in Eastern Netherlands; Linde Egberts.- PART II: REVIVAL TOOLS.- Chapter 4: Strategies for a Heritage Revival in the Digital Age; Jasper Visser.- Chapter 5: Using Games to Mediate History; Connie Veugen.- Chapter 6: This is Clearly Bullshit : Some Views about History on Television; Mijke Pol.- Chapter 7: Lost Cities, Exotic Travel and Digging up the World: Historical Feature Films as a Means of Enhancing Appreciation of our Archaeological Heritage; Nina Schucker and Jan van Helt.- Chapter 8: When the Past Comes to Life: Historical Reenactment; Peter van der Plaetsen.- Chapter 9: Visualisation of Place and Landscape; Joske Houtkamp, Arnoud de Boer and Henk Kramer.- Chapter 10: From Preservation to Managing Change: Using Spatial Development as a Heritage Revival Tool; Felix van Veldhoven.- Chapter 11: Europe is a Journey: The European Cultural Route as an Instrument for Heritage Revival; Minke Walda.- PART III: CONCEPTS.- Chapter 12: Conceptual Fuel for Reviving the Past: Creating a Heritage Revival in Today's Europe; Linde Egberts.
- Author BiographyProfessor Dr. Koos Bosma is VU University Amsterdam, chair Architectural History and Heritage Studies and advisor of CLUE. He researched 20th century architecture and city planning, like the planning and design of the Dutch Ijsselmeerpolders and the reconstruction of the Netherlands and Europe after World War II. He mainly publishes on housing, city planning and infrastructural management, such as the Channel Tunnel, the High Speed Trains-programs in Europe and the large European airfields, theory of architecture and urban history. More recently he started studying heritage topics like the Atlantic Wall and Cold War relics. Linde Egberts MA has a background in heritage studies and works as a researcher on projects a publications regarding European and regional heritage, identities and memories. Parallel to the development of this Companion she is preparing a dissertation at CLUE research Institute of the VU University Amsterdam. She also works on the development of a new research master programme on international heritage studies in cooperation with the University of Amsterdam.
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