Making place, resisting displacement: conflicting national and local identities in Scotland.
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enter Subscribe or Unsubscribe. A somewhat belated hello to the list from another lurker. I'm a cultural studies academic who has been working together with Roshi Naidoo over the past few years on an edited collection, 'The Politics of Heritage: The Legacies of 'Race'.
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This has just come out, and the details are below if anyone is interested. This book interrogates just whose past gets to count as part of 'British heritage'. Bringing together a wide range of contributors, including academics, practitioners, policy makers and curators, it examines how many different of types of heritage - from football to stately homes, experience attractions to education - deal with the complex legacies of the idea of 'race'.
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Whether exploring the fallout of colonialism, the domination of 'England' over the other three nations, holocaust memorials, or the way British heritage is negotiated overseas, a recurring theme of this book is the need to accept that Britain has always been a place of shifting ethnicities, shaped by waves of migration, diaspora and globalisation.
Analysing both theory and practice, this book is concerned with understanding the processes through which changes to heritage happen, and with exploring problems and possibilities for the future. JiscMail Tools.