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Author: Harriet Deacon
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Title: Protecting Our Cultural Capital: Research Plan for the Heritage Sector (Occasional Papers)
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Protecting Our Cultural Capital: Research Plan for the Heritage Sector (Occasional Papers) by Harriet Deacon



Book Description: The political tradition of 1994 foregrounded the debate about who we are and what memories or artefacts actually constitute our heritage as South Africans. This paper discusses the key outcomes from this debate, as well as the limitations in the structures that prevent other benefits from being realised. Politics and Society in South Africa. Jews And Non-jews: Memories And Interactions From The Perspective Of Cultural Studies.

The Subtle Power of Intangible Heritage: Legal and Financial Instruments for Safeguarding Intangible Heritage. by Harriet Deacon, Sandra Prosalendis, Luvuyo Dondolo, Mbulelo Mrubata. ISBN 9780796920744 (978-0-7969-2074-4) Softcover, HSRC Press, 2005. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

The political tradition of 1994 foregrounded the debate about who we are and what memories or artefacts actually constitute our heritage as South Africans. This paper investigates issues around cultural diversity and globalisation, cultural industries, the establishment of a cultural observatory and the use of community arts centres.

The Subtle Power of Intangible Heritage: Legal and Financial Instruments for Safeguarding Intangible Heritage by. Harriet Deacon, Mbulelo Mrubata.

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Cultural Cleansing and Mass Atrocities: Protecting Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict Zones, addresses the connection between cultural heritage and cultural cleansing, mass atrocities, and the destruction of cultural heritage. Thomas G. Weiss is Presidential Professor at the City University of New York's Graduate Center and Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies

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The conference will include the section Protecting and maintaining the cultural heritage – Circassian perspectives. More thematic panels will be organised. se both as a Word document (Unicode fonts) and a pdf file. Lunches on December 5–6, refreshments, conference materials are free for participants with accepted papers. Costs for the conference dinner on December 5 is covered by participants themselves. Organizing committee.

Making Sense of Transnational Threats. Volume 3 Number 1 October 2004. The Kent Center is pleased to publish as part of its Occasional Papers series this think piece on how to understand and address the unique analytical challenges posed by complex and fast-moving transnational threats such as terrorism, WMD proliferation, and organized crime. The underlying rationale for the incorporation of alternative analysis techniques into the analytic process has to do both with the complexity of the subject matter of intelligence and with the limitations of the human mind.

The political tradition of 1994 foregrounded the debate about who we are and what memories or artefacts actually constitute our heritage as South Africans. This paper discusses the key outcomes from this debate, as well as the limitations in the structures that prevent other benefits from being realised.