Topic ID #20247 - posted 6/1/2012 1:16 AM

Call for papers: heritage management



Jennifer Palmer

Webmaster
fwd from ARCH-L:

A Call for papers for a Special Issue of the Journal of Anthropology   

"The Management of Natural and Cultural Heritage: A Global Perspective"   

   

Special Issue Guest Editors: Aron Mazel1, Leon Jacobson2, Liora Kolska
Horwitz3   

   

1. International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle
University, United Kingdom; Email: a.d.mazel@ncl.ac.uk   

   

2. The School of Geography, Archaeology and Environmental Studies,
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa; Email:
lj.heritage@gmail.com   

   

3. Natural History Collections, Faculty of Life Science, The Hebrew
University, Jerusalem 91904, Israel; Email: lix1000@gmail.com   

   

Call for papers:   

At the outset to the 21st century, worldwide, cultural and natural
heritage resources are under increasing threat from a variety of
pressures that operate at a number of levels -globalization, tourism,
population growth, national and regional development initiatives. The
responses to these threats have varied internationally and within
nations. In some instances, there is strong state intervention,
effective legislation and well-funded government agencies which are
generally well-supported by the public. In other instances, state and
civil intervention may be weak, threatening the safeguarding of cultural
and natural heritage resources through, for example, inappropriate or
ill-conceived management and tourism strategies and the lack of will and
capacity. The potential also exists for the emergence of conflict
between indigenous populations and the state, concerning the ownership
and protection of heritage resources - both natural and cultural.   

   

The planned special issue of Journal of Anthropology aims at addressing
these issues. We invite investigators to contribute original research
articles, case studies as well as review articles that will stimulate
debate and contribute to our understanding of the management and
interpretation of cultural and natural heritage resources worldwide.   

   

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:   

Globalization and heritage management   

State and civil society in heritage management   

Role of stewardship in management   

Tourism - panacea or threat   

Indigenous heritage management   

Nature vs. culture in heritage management   

Who should interpret heritage and how this is done   

   

The closing date for submitting manuscripts is 28 February 2013.
Manuscripts should normally be between 5,000 and 7,000 words including
references. Can you please let one of the Guest Editors know if you are
planning to submit a manuscript.   

   

For queries relating to papers please contact one of the guest editors
at the emails listed above; for cultural heritage authors should please
contact Aron Mazel or Leon Jacobson; for papers on natural heritage
please contact Liora Kolska Horwitz.   

   

Before submission, authors should carefully read over the journal's
Author Guidelines, which are located at
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/jop/guidelines.html   

   

An electronic copy of completed manuscripts should be submitted through
the journal Manuscript Tracking System at http://mts.hindawi.com   

   

Hindawi, the publisher of Journal of Anthropology, is committed to
publishing academic papers via free online access - prospective authors
who cannot afford the cover costs of free-online access publication
($400.00) should please contact one of the guest editors. The journal
will waiver the cost for third worlders and those who cannot afford to
pay.





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