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  2. Week 1: Introduction and keywords 3 items
    1. Set reading (after class in the case of this introductory seminar): 3 items
  3. Week 2: What is heritage? Theoretical explorations 18 items
    1. Compulsory reading in advance of the class 5 items
      1. Uses of heritage - Laurajane Smith 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter 1: The discourse of heritage

      2. Local heritage, global context: cultural perspectives on sense of place 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book  R. Harrison, ‘Counter-mapping’ heritage, communities and places in Australia and the UK

      3. Heritage: critical approaches - Rodney Harrison 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book 

    2. Reading 13 items
      1. Does the past have a future?: the political economy of heritage - Alan Peacock, Institute of Economic Affairs (Great Britain) 1998

        Book 

      2. The idea of cultural heritage - Derek Gillman (2010.)

        Book 

      3. The past is foreign country - David Lowenthal 1985

        Book 

      4. Scotland - the brand: the making of Scottish heritage - David McCrone, Angela Morris, Richard Kiely 1995

        Book 

  4. Week 3: Food cultures, authenticity and intangible heritage 18 items
    1. Compulsory reading for seminar in advance of the field trip 3 items
    2. Reading 15 items
      1. Marketing in a multicultural world: ethnicity, nationalism and cultural identity - Janeen Arnold Costa, Gary J. Bamossy 1995

        Book  Caglar, A.: McDoner: doner kebap and the social position struggle of German Turks, pp. 209-230

      2. The ends of globalization: bringing society back in 2000

        Book  Eating globally: cultural flows and the spread of ethnic restaurants.

      3. Culture and authenticity - Charles Lindholm 2008

        Book  Chapter 6: Authentic cuisine and national identity

      4. Practising identities: power and resistance - Sasha Roseneil, Julie Seymour 1999

        Book  Cook, I., Crang. P & Thorpe, M.: Eating into Britishness: multicultural imaginaries and the identity politics of food.

      5. Food, health, and identity - Patricia Caplan, ebrary, Inc 1997 (electronic resource)

        Book  James, A.: How British is British food? pp. 71-86

      6. Intangible heritage - Laurajane Smith, Natsuko Akagawa 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      7. Memorylands: heritage and identity in Europe today - Sharon Macdonald 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter 5

  5. Week 4: What is environment? Theoretical explorations 32 items
    1. Compulsory reading in advance of the class 2 items
      1. 1. Read at least three sources listed below – one from each section on 'What is environment?', 'Environment and heritage/nature and culture' and 'Talking about nature/environment'.

      2. The debate: Is science neutral? - E. Goldsmith May 2000

        Article  Exchange of letters between The Ecologist founder Edward Goldsmith and Prof. Lewis Wolpert of UCL,

    2. Reading 30 items
      1. What is environment? 9 items
        1. Environmental Ethics: An Introduction with Readings - John Benson 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book  pp. 26-66 Chapter on ‘Environments and Environmental Ethics’.

      2. Environment and heritage/nature and culture 8 items
        1. Heritage and the Environment - Hugh Cheape, Mary‐Cate Garden, Fiona McLean 2009

          Article 

        2. Environment as heritage - J. Thompson 2000

          Article 

      3. Talking about nature/environment 5 items
        1. Greenspeak: a study of environmental discourse - Rom Harré, Jens Brockmeier, Peter Mühlhäusler c1999

          Book 

        2. Restoring nature: perspectives from the Social Sciences and Humanities - R. B. Hull, D. P. Robertson 2000

          Book  Hull, R. B. & Robertson, D. P.: The language of nature matters: we need a more public ecology, pp. 97-118

      4. The neutrality of science 1 item
        1. The debate: Is science neutral? - E. Goldsmith May 2000

          Article  Exchange of letters between The Ecologist founder Edward Goldsmith and Prof. Lewis Wolpert of UCL

      5. The value of nature 2 items
        1. Environmental Ethics - Holmes Rolston 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book  Chapter 1: Humans valuing the natural environment

      6. Some thoughts on environmental history 5 items
  6. Week 5: Authenticity and heritage 30 items
    1. Set reading in advance of the class 7 items
      1. Heritage and globalisation - Sophia Labadi, Colin Long 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book  Labadi, S.: World heritage, authenticity and post-authenticity: international and national perspectives. pp. 66-84

      2. Touring cultures: transformations of travel and theory 1997 (electronic resource)

        Book  Macdonald, S.: A people's story: heritage, identity and authenticity. pp. 155-175

      3. Memorylands: heritage and identity in Europe today - Sharon Macdonald 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter 5: Selling the past: commodification, authenticity and heritage

    2. Reading 23 items
      1. Culture and authenticity - Charles Lindholm 2008

        Book 

      2. Affirming authenticity - Alison J McIntosh, Richard C. Prentice 1999

        Article 

      3. Viking heritage tourism - Chris Halewood, Kevin Hannam 2001

        Article 

      4. Staged authenticity and heritage tourism - Deepak Chhabra, Robert Healy, Erin Sills 2003

        Article 

      5. Touring cultures: transformations of travel and theory 1997 (electronic resource)

        Book  Macdonald, S.: A people's story: heritage, identity and authenticity. pp. 155-175

      6. International cultural tourism: management, implications and cases - David Leslie, Marianna Sigala, ScienceDirect (Online service) 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book  Tassiopoulos, D. & Nuntsu, N.: Cultural tourism in South Africa: a case study of cultural villages from a developing country perspective.

      7. Contested Cultural Heritage: Religion, Nationalism, Erasure, and Exclusion in a Global World - Helaine Silverman, SpringerLink (Online service) 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Silverman, H.: Contested cultural heritage: a selective historiography. pp. 1-49

      8. Indigenous tourism: the commodification and management of culture - Chris Ryan, Michelle Aicken, ScienceDirect (Online service) 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book  Edelheim, J. R.: To experience the 'real' Australia - a liminal authentic cultural experience.

      9. Heritage and globalisation - Sophia Labadi, Colin Long 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book  Labadi, S: World heritage, authenticity and post-authenticity: international and national perspectives, pp. 66-84

      10. Contested Cultural Heritage: Religion, Nationalism, Erasure, and Exclusion in a Global World - Helaine Silverman, SpringerLink (Online service) 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Landry, T. R.: Touring the slave route: inaccurate authenticities in Benin, West Africa. pp. 66-84

  7. Week 6: Politics: whose heritage/environment 28 items
    1. Compulsory reading in advance of the class 4 items
      1. Locality and belonging - Nadia Lovell, ebrary, Inc 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book  Bohlin, A.: The politics of locality: memories of District Six in Cape Town. pp. 168-188

      2. Place, memory, monument: memorializing the past in contemporary Highland Sxotland - C. W. J. Withers 1996

        Article  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ENHPP30

      3. Chapter 5: The politics of heritage, IN: Understanding the politics of heritage - R. Harrison

        Chapter  Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module ENHPP30

      4. Able minds and practised hands: Scotland's early medieval sculpture in the 21st century - Society for Medieval Archaeology 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book  Jones, S.: ‘”That stone was born here and that’s where it belongs”: Hilton of Cadboll and the negotiation of identity, ownership and belonging’

    2. Reading 19 items
      1. Contested landscapes: movement, exile and place - Barbara Bender, Margot Winer 2001

        Book 

      2. The idea of cultural heritage - Derek Gillman (2010.)

        Book 

      3. The Heritage reader (2008.)

        Book  Section 2: Whose heritage? Local and global perspectives.

      4. The heritage crusade and the spoils of history - David Lowenthal (2010.) ((electronic resource))

        Book  Chapter 10: Rivalry and restitution

      5. Cultural heritage issues: the legacy of conquest, colonization, and commerce - James A. R. Nafziger, Ann M. Nicgorski, ebrary, Inc 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      6. Heritage, labour, and the working classes - Laurajane Smith, Paul A. Shackel, Gary Campbell 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      7. Uses of heritage - Laurajane Smith 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      8. Cultural diversity, heritage and human rights: intersections in theory and practice - Michele Langfield, William Logan, Mairead Nic Craith 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      9. Interpreting the Early Modern World: Transatlantic Perspectives - Mary C. Beaudry, James Symonds, SpringerLink (Online service) 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Jones, S.: 'Sorting stones' : monuments, memory and resistance in the Scottish Highlands. pp. 113-139

      10. Heritage and globalisation - Sophia Labadi, Colin Long 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book 

    3. Conservation in Africa 5 items
  8. Freedom Bound: Escaping slavery in Scotland - Warren Pleece, Shazleen M. Khan, Robin Jones, Simon P. Newman 2018

    Book 

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