World Heritage and National Registers

As detailed in this volume, concerns of politics and identity, criteria for designation, impacts on communities and sites, and challenges to management planning are central to any understanding of the process by which heritage sites are ...

Author: Thomas R. Gensheimer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351471007

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 249

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Historic sites celebrate defining moments in history, memorialize important events and people, and contribute to the character of the locations where they are situated. Heritage designation, both globally and nationally, is an inherently contested issue. As detailed in this volume, concerns of politics and identity, criteria for designation, impacts on communities and sites, and challenges to management planning are central to any understanding of the process by which heritage sites are created, developed, and maintained. The idea for this volume originated at a symposium hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design. Contributors address such topics as the need to revamp criteria for designation, the effect historic site recognition has on local communities, the challenges encountered in maintaining a site, and issues linked to specific political climates or actions and group identity. The contributors constitute an international cast of leading scholars, employees, and policy-makers, all of whom have had extensive experience with World Heritage and National Register site stewardship. The work will be an invaluable reference for historians, architects, and those committed to the preservation of national monuments.

Handbook on the Law of Cultural Heritage and International Trade

Such a register could combine existing registers, such as the existing National
Heritage List (which lists places of outstanding heritage significance to Australia),
the Commonwealth Heritage List (which lists places of cultural significance on ...

Author: James A R Nafziger

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1781007349

Category: Political Science

Page: 672

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øThis Handbook offers a collection of original writings by leading scholars and practitioners in the exciting, rapidly developing field of cultural heritage law. The detailed essays are the product of a multi-year project of the Committee on Cultural H

World Guide to Library Schools and Training Courses in Documentation

The identification of the cultural significance of sites whether for a national
register, Tentative Lists or World Heritage nominations requires the careful
assessment of the different values of the site. In addition to scientific research,
review of ...

Author: Helga Lengenfelder

Publisher: UNESCO

ISBN: 9230010243

Category: Community development

Page: 245

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County of Albemarle Comprehensive Plan 1996 2016

Four districts and all but three of the individual sites were also on the National
Register . ... Monticello and the Rotunda / Lawn also appear on the World
Heritage List , an international honor accorded only six other cultural resources
and eight ...

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Category: Albemarle County (Va.)

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Notes on Virginia

The following year , the United States played a pivotal role in setting up the
equivalent of a world National Register known as the World Heritage List when it
became the first UNESCO member to ratify the World Heritage Convention .

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Category: Historic sites

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International Meeting on Microform Preservation and Conservation Practice in Southeast Asia

Individual countries are encouraged to set up their own documentary heritage
registers in parallel to the " Memory of the World " Register . National registers
identify the documentary inheritance of the nation . The national registers will ...

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Category: Library materials

Page: 385

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Focus on International Library and Information Work

Heritage of Central Asia was held in Memory of the World Register . National
Tashkent in September 1997 , registers identify the documentary immediately
before the meeting of inheritance of the nation . The the IAC . Representatives of
the ...

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Parliamentary Debates Hansard

The basis for the national heritage listing policy is an intergovernmental
agreement signed in 1997 by all state and territory governments as ... Zealand
are working collaboratively to achieve early inscription of the Anzac area on our
respective national registers . ... to see the Gallipoli Peace Park put forward for
World Heritage nomination backed by the national inscriptions of Australia and
New Zealand .

Author: Australia. Parliament. Senate

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Category: Australia

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General Information Programme UNISIST Newsletter

Individual countries are encouraged to set up their own documentary heritage
registers in parallel to the “ Memory of the World ” Register . National registers
identify the documentary inheritance of the nation . The national registers will ...

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Category: Science

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New Mexico s Historic Places

Author: Marci L. Riskin

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Category: History

Page: 160

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Guide to hundreds of historic and cultural treasures found in the Land of Enchantment. Created by the state's Historic Preservation office,this book includes every site on both State and National Registers. New Mexico's Historic Places gives accurate descriptions of key archaeological locations and the best examples from Native, Spanish, cowboy, mining, atomic age, railroading, and Route 66 eras.

Cultural Resource Management

It was important to state that the Nigerian situation in this area of compiling
National Registers should be vibrant and active in view of the position of Nigeria
on world cultural heritage matters . We certainly do have a lot more work to do to
 ...

Author: Bassey W. Andah

Publisher: Wisdom Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Africa

Page: 252

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Values and Criteria in Heritage Conservation

This means that in the field of heritage , there are three levels of site inventories :
the national register , the state registers for ... and from this latter into the two
highest honorific categories : National Historic Landmarks and World Heritage
Sites .

Author: Andrzej Tomaszewski

Publisher: Edizioni Polistampa

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 438

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Foreword to the International Conference - Greetings and Auspices Paolo Del Bianco, President of the Fondazione Romualdo Del Bianco - Giovanni Puglisi, President of the UNESCO Italian National Commission - Claudio Martini, President of the Region of Tuscany - Eugenio Giani, Deputy Mayor of the Town of Florence - Joe King, Sites Unit Director ICCROM, on behalf of the Director-General of ICCROM, Mr. Mounir Bouchenaki - Michael Petzet, President of ICOMOS - Marco Dezzi Bardeschi, President of ICOMOS Italy Introduction on the Topic of the Conference Andrzej Tomaszewski, President of ICOMOS Committee of Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration SESSION 1 - Values of Heritage and Great Religious-Cultural Areas José Manuel del Río Carrasco, Values of Heritage in the Religious and Cultural Tradition of Christianity: the Concept of Authenticity (paper presented on the behalf of Mons. Carlo Chenis) - Mehr Azar Soheil, Heritage Values in Religious and Cultural Traditions of Islam - Gamini Wijesuriya, Values of the Heritage in the Religious and Cultural Traditions of Southern Asia - Andrew Sneddon, Heritage and the Law: Assessing and Managing Heritage Values in Australia and the Pacific - Meredith Walker, Spirituality, Land Tenure and the Recognition of Heritage Values in Australia SESSION 2 - Evolution of Values and Criteria Marc Laenen, Reflections on Heritage Values - Javier Gallego Roca, Time, Memory and Restoration: the Alhambra Paradigm - Giuseppe Basile, Validity/Actuality of Aesthetical Values - Yumi Isabelle Akieda, What Has Been Valued in Japanese Architectural Heritage? From Monuments to Machinami - Hans Christie Bjness, Changing Territorial Values in Urban Conservation. From Patan, Nepal, to Gyantse, Tibet Autonomous Region - Josef S?tulc, The Birth of the Idea of Protection of Historic Quarters in the 19th Century. Prague and its Impact on Present-Day Conservation Policy in the Czech Republic SESSION 3 - Systems of Classification of Cultural Property Boguslaw Szmygin, Classification of Historical Monuments - Guo Zhan, Criteria of Classification on Values and Criteria in Cultural Heritage Conservation. Series of China - Gustavo Araoz, Heritage Classifications and the Need to Adjust Them to Emerging Paradigms: the United States Experience - Jukka Jokilehto, Aesthetics in the World Heritage Context SESSION 4 - Authenticity: Outstanding Italian Philosophy Marco Dezzi Bardeschi, The Discriminating Value of the Authenticity in the Debate on the Restoration. Before and after Nara - Giuseppe Cruciani Fabozzi, The Need for Authenticity in the Tradition of the Florentine School of Restoration - Maria Piera Sette, Discussion of Authenticity, a Brief Note - Stella Casiello, Autenthicity and Restoration: the Role of the Scuola Napoletana - Giorgio Macchi, Authenticity of Structural Conception SESSION 5 - Values in Restoration Andrzej Tomaszewski, Conservation between Aesthetics and Authenticity - Simonetta Valtieri, Cultural Heritage Value and its Social Appreciation - Calogero Bellanca, The Values of Cultural Heritage in the Terminology of Restoration - Nicholas Stanley-Price, The Value of Reconstructed Archaeological Sites - Dorothy Bell, The Value of Ruins: Present Definitions and Methods of Perception - Gennaro Tampone, Semiological Values of Consolidation Works in Monumental Buildings - Petr Kroupa, The Idea of Heritage Values: Czech Experience SESSION 6 - Outstanding Universal Values (OUV) Aesthetics Wilfried Lipp, Aesthetic Values in the Context of Monuments and Sites - Michael Petzet, What is Outstanding Universal Value? - Tamás Fejérdy, Evolution and Possible Enhancement of the Concept of OUV - Michal Firestone, Aesthetic Values of Historic Cities - Susan Denyer, Aesthetic Value of Cultural Landscapes SESSION 7 - Dilemma of Values of Post-Totalitarian Heritage Enzo Bentivoglio, An Inheritance from the Thirties in Italy: the Example of the University Campus of Rome - Irmela Spelsberg, Between Historical Commemoration and Political Decontamination: Some Examples of the Architecture from the 30s in Berlin - Jacek Purchla, Dilemma of Post-Totalitarian Heritage (Polish Experiences) - Gulchorha Mammadova, A Dilemma of Historical Heritage under New Political Conditions: the Case of Azerbaijan SESSION 8 - World Heritage Evaluation Criteria Giovanni Boccardi, Perspectives on World Heritage Criteria - Mounir Bouchenaki, A New Approach to the Concept of Cultural Property - Michael Turner, Values of Heritage in Great Religious and Cultural Areas. From Existentialism to Historicism A View of the Holy Land and the Sites of Jesus and the Apostles - Rosa Anna Genovese, Cultural Property and Values in the Universal Context - Natalia Dushkina, World Heritage List: Evaluating the 20th Century Heritage - Tatiana Kirova, Criteria and Best Practices in the Management of WHL in Italy - Carlo Francini, The World Heritage Criteria for the Historic Centre of Florence.

Year Book Australia

Increasingly , what was formerly intangible ( such as traditions , customs and
habits ) is being recorded and documented in photographs , films , tapes and
digital records – these also add to Australia's cultural heritage . The National
Heritage ...

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12th Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians CONSAL XII Information Resources Empowerment Enhancing Knowledge Heritage

Individual countries are encouraged to set up their own documentary heritage
registers in parallel to the " Memory of the World " Register . National registers
identify the documentary inheritance of the nation . The national registers will ...

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Category: Digital libraries

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New Mexico Magazine

It also feaastronomy , culture and landtures short blurbs on the division and the
scape , animals , botany and state and national registers , National Historic
nature . Landmarks , World Heritage Sites and the Shepard Krech III's essay
Laboratory ...

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UNISIST Newsletter

THE first two national registers for UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme
— China and Australia — were formally ... The Register of China, established in
2000, has now inscribed 44 items of national documentary heritage recognized
by ...

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Category: Information science

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General Information Programme Unisist Newsletter

Individual countries are encouraged to set up their own documentary heritage
registers in parallel to the " Memory of the World ” Register . National registers
identify the documentary inheritance of the nation . The national registers will ...

Author: Unesco. General Information Programme

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page:

View: 570


National Library of Australia News

Worldwide Significance The Memory of the World Register MENGORY OF THE
WORLD Penelope Layland reveals the ... as tablets from Bogazköy . the
collections of the National from the Secretariat of the Australian The documentary
heritage ...

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County of Albemarle Historic Preservation Plan

Part 1 lists properties currently on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the
National Register of Historic Places . World Heritage List properties and National
Historic Landmarks are indicated by an asterisk . This list shows the tax map and
 ...

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Heritage Law in Australia

As noted previously , a heritage place or item in a State or Territory could be on
one of the four Commonwealth lists , as World Heritage , National Heritage ,
Commonwealth Heritage , or on the retained Register of the National Estate . It
could ...

Author: Ben Boer

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 334

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Internationally, Australia has the most developed heritage jurisprudence because of the use of the World Heritage Convention in Federal and State disputes, and at the State and Territory level, the laws have achieved a rare consistency across the jurisdictions. Until now, however, there has been no comprehensive treatment of this subject. Heritage Law in Australia fills this gap. It is a clear and concise text that will be of use to anyone wanting a general overview of the development of heritage law in Australia. The text offers a systematic analysis of the range of natural and cultural heritage law by discussing heritage law not only by reference to a limited sets of Acts of the Australian Parliaments, the Heritage Acts, but as illustrating what is happening more generally in environmental law and regulation.