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The Routledge Research Companion to Heritage and Identity (Ashgate Research Companion) Hardcover – 24 Apr 2008
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'...a comprehensive, authoritative review of current research addressing the role of heritage in identity formation...appropriately illustrated, referenced, and indexed. Recommended...' Choice '...topical, incisive, friendly, informed, and sensible.' Reference Reviews 'This is the book that we have been waiting for! This Research Companion is destined to find its way onto the shelves of scholarly libraries, academics and postgraduates.' Geographical Research 'The Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity covers a vast terrain, both in terms of its thematic context and case study material, as well as in the commendable blend of disciplinary perspectives represented. All of this ensures that it succeeds in providing a thorough and comprehensive guide to what is an increasingly important field of inquiry.' Irish Geography 'Heritage and Identity is a valuable and timely contribution to the heritage field, it not only brings to the fore new and challenging directions of study, but also pays a very positive tribute to the clarification of its analytical and theoretical frameworks.' Museum and Society
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Brian Graham is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Ulster, UK. Peter Howard is Visiting Professor of Cultural Landscape at Bournemouth University, UK.
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