Contested cultural heritage religion, nationalism, erasure, and exclusion in a global world
Cultural heritage is material tangible and intangible that signifies a culture's history or legacy. It has become a venue for contestation, ranging in scale from protesting to violently claimed and destroyed. But who defines what is to be preserved and what is to be erased? As cultural heritage...
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