Wageningen University & Research scholars use critical and post-structural approaches to examine the intersections between (in)tangible heritage, tourism and development.
Employing their expertise in the dynamics of cultural landscape, heritage, memory and conflict, the researchers look at conflicts and governance arrangements surrounding natural, agricultural, urban, migratory and personal heritage policies and practices. The focus lies specifically on heritage-from-below approaches and practices.
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