The Politics of World Heritage: Negotiating Tourism and Conservation
David Harrison, Michael Hitchcock
Channel View Publications, Jan 1, 2005 - Social Science - 186 pages
This collection of papers discuss World Trade Law and focus on the contested nature of World Heritage at sites as diverse as The Netherlands, Ellis Island (USA), post-colonial Mesoamerica, Cambodia, Fiji, Kyrgyzstan, and Vietnam. In addition, eight research notes explore heritage interpretation in the USA, Lebanon, Peru, Indonesia, Singapore, Tasmania and India.
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