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Heritage, Ideology, and Identity in Central and Eastern Europe: Contested Pasts, Contested Presents (Heritage Matters) epub

by Matthew Rampley


Heritage, Ideology, and Identity in Central and Eastern Europe: Contested Pasts, Contested Presents (Heritage Matters) epub

ISBN: 1843837064

ISBN13: 978-1843837060

Author: Matthew Rampley

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Boydell Press (March 15, 2012)

Pages: 216 pages

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Heritage Matters, vol. 6. Rochester, . In other words, the book establishes a dimension to heritage in eastern and central Europe. Ideologies of Eastness in Central and Eastern Europe oraz dyskusja z wybranymi tezami tej pracy, dotyczącymi stosunku j inteligencji do idei Wschodu i Zachodu. Autor przekonuje, że inteligencja, która dominuje w sferze symbolicznej tego regionu, produkuje „ideologie wschodniości – dyskursy petryfikujące.

Heritage Matters Series, Vol. Rochester, New York, The Boydell Press, 2012. The Curtain Rises: Rethinking Culture, Ideology and the State in Eastern Europe

Heritage Matters Series, Vol. Article in Canadian Journal of History 49(1):119-121 · April 2014 with 23 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The Curtain Rises: Rethinking Culture, Ideology and the State in Eastern Europe. Hermine G. DeSoto and David G. Anderson, ed. ymbols, Conflict and Identity: Essays in Political Anthropology.

This book originated in a symposium on cultural heritage that took place in the National Gallery of Slovenia in Ljubljana in 2006. Its aim was to address the construction of heritage across a variety of contexts, with particular reference to its role in the formation of national identities. In itself this is a fairly familiar topic, but the majority of the contributions examined issues of heritage and heritage politics within Central and Eastern European contexts, an area which has enjoyed little critical analysis

Adds to a growing body of scholarship dealing with issues of identity and heritage. Essays looking at heritage practAdds.

Adds to a growing body of scholarship dealing with issues of identity and heritage. Professor of History of Art, University of Birmingham.

The preservation of architectural monuments has played a key role in the formation of national identities from the nineteenth century to the present. The answers to such questions are not always straightforward, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe, the recent history of which has been characterized by territorial disputes, the large-scale movement of peoples, and cultural dispossession. This volume considers the dilemmas presented by the recent and complex histories of European states such as Germany, Greece, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. The meaning of such monuments and sites has, however, often been the subject of keen dispute: whose heritage is being commemorated, by whom and for whom?

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The preservation of architectural monuments has played a key role in the formation of national identities from the nineteenth century to the present. The task of maintaining the collective memories and ideas of a shared heritage often focused on the historic built environment as the most visible sign of a link with the past. The meaning of such monuments and sites has, however, often been the subject of keen dispute: whose heritage is being commemorated, by whom and for whom? The answers to such questions are not always straightforward, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe, the recent history of which has been characterized by territorial disputes, the large-scale movement of peoples, and cultural dispossession. This volume considers the dilemmas presented by the recent and complex histories of European states such as Germany, Greece, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Examining the effect of the destruction of buildings by war, the loss of territories, or the "unwanted" built heritage of the Communist and Nazi regimes, the contributors examine how architectural and urban sites have been created, destroyed, or transformed, in the attempt to make visible a national heritage. Matthew Rampley is Professor of History of Art at the University of Birmingham. Contributors: Matthew Rampley, Juliet Kinchin, Paul Stirton, Susanne Jaeger, Arnold Bartetzky, Jacek Friedrich, Tania Vladova, George Karatzas, Riitta Oittinen