COMING SOON FROM OXBOW BOOKS
Heritage under Pressure examines the relationship between the political perspective of the UK government on ‘soft power’ and the globalising effect of projects carried out by archaeologists and heritage professionals working in the historic environment. It exemplifies the nature of professional engagement and the role of the profession in working towards a theory of practice based on the integrity of data, the recovery and communication of information, and the application of data in real world situations. Individual papers raise complex and challenging issues, such as commemoration, identity, and political intervention.
To read the full flyer, please click here.