Ex Novo Vol. 4, December 2019
Edited by H. Van Londen, M. J. Schlaman, A. Travaglia
The fourth volume of Ex Novo has the pleasure to host Heleen van Londen, Marjo J. Schlaman, and Andrea Travaglia as guest editors of the special issue titled The Natural and The Cultural. Integrating Approaches in Landscape Heritage Management. This timely collection of peer-reviewed papers and short essays seek to bridge the longstanding gap between natural and cultural heritage when it comes to landscape management. To this end, the editors foster a combined approach to both domains by promoting stronger internal cooperation and the systematic engagement of new forms of integrated heritage with the external world.
The volume contributes to the debate on the new role of heritage in an ever changing framework for land use, infrastructural investment and sustainable development at national and international levels. All contributions are based on the papers presented in two sessions at the EAA annual meeting in Maastricht 2017.
The final section of any annual issue is usually dedicated to the reviewing recent books, opened exhibitions, international meetings or conferences. This year we decided to use that space to interview the author of the front and back cover of the issue. It is now a tradition for Ex Novo to host great artworks on its covers, and the career path of the artist selected for this occasion, Fabio Fogliazza, ties particularly well with the theme treated in this number. Discussing his vision on the eternal divide between natural and cultural seemed thus the best epilogue for the volume.
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Table Of Content
Heleen van LONDEN, Marjo SCHLAMAN & Arek MARCINIAK
Heritage Management. The Natural and Cultural Divide
Towards new commons and sharing interests in the landscape, integrating natural and cultural heritage
Karl CORDEMANS, Emmet BYRNES, Cees van ROOIJEN
Impact of the CAP on Archaeological Heritage. Cause & Remedy?
Michael HEILEN & Jeffrey H. ALTSCHUL
Connecting the Dots: Integrating Cultural and Natural Resource Management in the United States
Landscape of visions: the Ekolsund manorial estate, Sweden
Heritage – public and expert discourse in the process of heritigization
Participatory practices in natural and cultural heritage
Heleen van LONDEN
Towards a joint natural and cultural heritage management: modes of interaction
Connecting Natural and Cultural Heritage Practices. Is Integration Always a Good Idea?
The culture and nature assets. The current crossovers and the agenda for the future
Interviews & Reviews
Arte, Archeologia, Uomo E Natura: Una Conversazione Con Fabio Fogliazza
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