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CONTENTS Preface Section I: Introduction Chapter 1 "Archaeology after Nationalism: Globalization and the Consumption of the Past" Uzi Baram and Yorke Rowan Section II: The Legal and Historical Context for Marketing Heritage Chapter 2 "International Conventions and Cultural Heritage Protection" Bonnie Magness-Gardiner Chapter 3 "The Politics of Playing Fair, or, Who's Losing Their Marbles?" Morag Kersel Chapter 4 "From Lord Elgin to James Henry Breasted: The Politics of the Past in the First Era of Globalization" Steve Vinson Section III: Commodification of the Past Chapter 5 "Conflating Past and Present: Marketing Archaeological Heritage Sites in Ireland" Kelli Ann Costa Chapter 6 "Mementoes of the Past: Material Culture of Tourism at Stonehenge and Avebury" Amy Gazin-Schwartz Chapter 7 "Where are the Maya in Ancient Maya Archaeological Tourism? Advertising and the Appropriation of Culture" Traci Ardren Section IV: Archaeology in the Global Age Chapter 8 "Archaeological Research and Cultural Heritage Management in Cambodia's Mekong Delta: The Search for the 'Cradle of Khmer Civilization'" Miriam Stark and P. Bion Griffin Chapter 9 "Recovering the German Nation: Heritage Restoration and the Search for Unity" Jason James Chapter 10 "Deep Dirt: Messing up the Past at Colonial Williamsburg" Eric Gable and Richard Handler Chapter 11 "Targeting Heritage: The Abuse of Symbolic Sites in Modern Conflicts" Jonathan Golden Section V: Representing the Past Chapter 12 "Tourism, the Ideology of Design and the Nationalized Past in Zippori/Sepphoris, an Israeli National Park" Joel Bauman Chapter 13 "The Roads to Ruins: Accessing Islamic Heritage in Jordan" Erin Addison Chapter 14 "Re-Packaging the Pilgrimage: Visiting the Holy Land in Orlando" Yorke Rowan Section VI: Conclusions: Archaeologists and the Marketing of Heritage Chapter 15 "Is the medium the message? The art of interpreting archaeology in the U.S. National Parks" Barbara J. Little Chapter 16 "Engaging with Heritage Issues: The Role of the World Archaeological Congress" Joan M Gero Chapter 17 "Making the Past Profitable in an Age of Globalization and National Ownership: contradictions and considerations" Philip L. Kohl Index About the Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Cultural property Protection, Heritage tourism, Excavations (Archaeology) Interpretive programs, Archaeology Economic aspects, Historic preservation