The essay aims at outlining a possible geography of European cultural heritage based on three concepts: place, network, and milieu. The interrelation of them delineates a framework useful to take into account the complexity of cultural heritage, allowing to combine in a coherent view the relationship between urbanism and environment, the need to deal with different versions of the past of a territory, the challenges put by globalization with regard to local identities, the relationship between knowledge, skills and practices, and the impact of technological change.

Learning from Places : Steps to a Geography of Cultural Heritage

NEVE, MARIO ANGELO
2015

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The essay aims at outlining a possible geography of European cultural heritage based on three concepts: place, network, and milieu. The interrelation of them delineates a framework useful to take into account the complexity of cultural heritage, allowing to combine in a coherent view the relationship between urbanism and environment, the need to deal with different versions of the past of a territory, the challenges put by globalization with regard to local identities, the relationship between knowledge, skills and practices, and the impact of technological change.
Creative Cities and Sustainability
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