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David Charles Harvey

Landscape and Heritage: trajectories and consequences

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The recent histories of heritage and landscape studies appear to be closely linked, with their epistemological, ideological and methodological twists and turns progressing amid a common broad intellectual and interdisciplinary space. This has not been a codependent evolution, but rather, a mutually supporting and often parallel endeavour of academic, policy and popular inquiry that explores the significance of landscape and heritage as meaningful categories
of an emergent and processual nature. Despite such a parallel trajectory, however, the actual practices of landscape and heritage studies still have a good deal to learn from further conversation. In particular, the paper explores how a heritage sensibility might provide some supportive critical purchase for some recent work within landscape studies that draws on phenomenological and non-representational theories. Thus, the paper sets out the co-ordinates of how work within landscape studies and heritage studies can move forward through an interdisciplinary dialogue.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberDOI: 10.1080/01426397.2014.967668
JournalLandscape Research
Pages (from-to)911-924
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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