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I I Part I: The context 1 The uses and abuses of heritage Introduction The origins of heritage The functions and uses of heritage Contestation: whose heritage? Conclusion Part II: Heritage and the cultural realm: its social and political uses 2 Heritage, power and identity Introduction Analogies to heritage: landscape and museology Heritage, power and collective memory Heritage and identity Heritage and class Heritage, gender and sexuality Heritage and ethnicity Conclusion ___________ 3 Heritage and national identity Introduction Heritage and nationalism Heritage, nationalism and ethnicity Heritages of disinheritance and atrocity Conclusion 4 Heritage, identity and postmodernity Introduction Heritage, place and postmodernity A hybridity of heritages Dissonance of heritage revisited Conclusion 5 Multicultural heritage: from dissonance to harmony? Introduction The management of dissonance Multiculturalism and heritage Conclusion: multicultural reality, theory and democratic sustainability Part III: The economic uses of heritage 6 Heritage and economics: an ambiguous relationship Introduction Economics of heritage Heritage in economics Conclusion 7 Heritage in economic development strategies Introduction Heritage as an economic activity Heritage as a factor in the location of economic activities Heritage and the creation of economic place images Local heritage in urban neighbourhood regeneration Conclusion Part IV: Heritage and scale 8 Heritage and scale I: the national Introduction: heritage and scale Heritage and the national scale Managing the contending heritage Conclusion . : * ! - 1 ^ ' | , : j ^ : 1 ; ' : : * ' ! v . :, ^:*l^l':lll'ifl.:j::l^:l^^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~' 9 Heritage and scale II: the local Introduction Heritage and the local scale The management of the heritage city Conclusion: from local to global and back again 10 Heritage and scale III: from the national to the continental management of heritage Introduction Who owns the past? Is there an international heritage? Continentalism: a European heritage? Conclusion: towards a European heritage policy? 11 Heritage and scale IV: towards a global heritage Introduction The assertion of the global claim The contestation of the global claim The formal recognition of global heritage World Heritage Sites: Robben Island and Quebec City Conclusion: from despair to hope? Conclusion: towards an integrated geography of heritage The themes revisited The limitations of a geography of heritage References Index '$'