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From the PublisherThis new volume is crisper in conception and clearer in content..it is to be highly recommended for use in courses on heritage and public history.
This is an information-rich text that summarizes and synthesizes a good deal of the relevant literature. It draws upon the legion of writers, whose work touches upon heritage in some way, to useful effect. The text also provides a wide range of case studies that students will find a valuable source of reference.
Progress in Human Geography
There are many strengths in this book, not least its scalar analysis, careful and clear conceptualisation and its systematic structure. There are very useful illustrations of policy and management operations in the heritage field. The book is lavishly illustrated with maps and photographs. It is compelling evidence that a geography of heritage exists, and has existed for some time. The book commends itself to advanced undergraduates and students preparing for research in this field, in geography and heritage studies.
Scottish Geography Journal