Small Town Resilience and Heritage Commodification

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Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften Small Town Resilience and Heritage Commodification
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Small towns are continuously overlooked and under-researched, although they represent a type of urban settlement present in large numbers, especially in Europe. Questions regarding the resilience of small towns are an important issue acknowledged in the EU policy of regional development. This volume is written by an international and interdisciplinary team of scholars who are convinced about the importance of small towns as a research topic. It looks at how towns approach heritage, its instrumental use and its commodification in support of its survival, asking about towns’ strategies to achieve resilience to external pressure. The chapters present cases from Europe and beyond. It represents various types of situations and approaches of urban communities, but it is not limited to success stories. The authors deal with places that are undervalued, not fully exploited or in danger because of lack of appreciation. They explore a wide range of strategies in the fields of revitalization stabilization, stagnation, decline or desertification, considering the possible role of heritage, as well as small towns’ creativity in networking initiatives.

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Illustrations Note:
77 Abb.
Indice:

Jaroslav Ira: Luďa Klusáková (*1950– †2020) – Jaroslav Ira: Foreword – Luďa Klusáková and Blanca Del Espino Hidalgo: Principles for heritage- based resilience in small towns facing the global era – Lars Nilsson: Can small towns survive in a global world? The cases of Avesta and Söderhamn – Réka Horeczki: Does the development history influence how we think about small towns? – Mónica Jimena Ramé: Corredor Bio- Comechingones, an innovative regional scale agreement among small towns – Paola Pellegrini: Networking of small communities for heritagization – Consuelo Isabel Astrella: Railway: From global infrastructure to local heritage. The case of the historic railroad Avellino- Rocchetta in Southern Italy – Jan Krajíček: Balancing between local and global: Heritage presentations of central European small towns (Case of Telč and Bardejov) – Elena Elts: Entry into the UNESCO club: The experience of the Ulyanovsk region – Katja Maaria Huovinen: Touristification of historic urban centres in the Southern Italian Salento region – Blanca Del Espino Hidalgo – Luďa Klusáková: Heritage characterization and strategies for resilient small towns – Note on authors.

Editore:
Klusáková, Luda;Klusáková
del Espino Hidalgo, Bianca;del Espino Hidalgo
Tipo multimediale:
Copertina morbida
Editore:
Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Biografia:
Luďa Klusáková was a professor at the Faculty of Arts, Institute of World History, at Charles University for more than 40 years and directed the Seminar of General and Comparative History from 2000 until her passing in 2020. She graduated from two programmes, history and French, at CUFA.
Blanca Del Espino Hidalgo is an architect. She has done her PhD in architecture, Masters in architecture and historical heritage and Masters in sustainable city and architecture. She works as a research fellow in the Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage.
Lingua:
Inglese
Edizione:
1
Numero di Pagine:
326
Sommario:
This volume is written by an international and interdisciplinary team of scholars who are convinced about the importance of the small town as a research topic. It looks at how towns approach heritage, its instrumental use and its commodification in support of its survival, asking about towns’ strategies to achieve resilience to external pressure.

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Tipologia prodotto:
Brossura
Data di pubblicazione:
30 ottobre 2021
Dimensioni del collo:
0.209 x 0.148 x 0.022 m; 0.44 kg
GTIN:
09782807617438
DUIN:
K1EO3GUPNIF
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