Heritage as community research: Legacies of co-production

Author:   Helen Graham ,  Jo Vergunst
Publisher:   Policy Press
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9781447345299


Pages:   224
Publication Date:   13 March 2019
Format:   Hardback
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Heritage as Community Research explores the nature of contemporary heritage research involving university and community partners. It puts forward a new view of heritage as a process of research and involvement with the past, undertaken with or by communities for whom it is relevant. Rather than just reflecting on existing discourses about heritage, this book derives from community-based research into heritage in which histories are explored through new modes of production: crossing disciplines and sustaining partnerships. The book shows that the process of research itself can be an empowering force by which communities stake a claim in the places they live.

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Author:   Helen Graham ,  Jo Vergunst
Publisher:   Policy Press
Imprint:   Policy Press
ISBN:  

9781447345299


ISBN 10:   1447345290
Pages:   224
Publication Date:   13 March 2019
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming
Availability:   Not yet available   Availability explained
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Heritage as community research ~ Jo Vergunst and Helen Graham; Part one: Ways of knowing; Chapter one: Legacy and lavender: community heritage and the arts ~ Helen Smith and Mark Hope; Chapter two: Co-writing about co-producing musical heritage: what happens when musicians and academics work together? ~ John Ball, Tony Bowring, Fay Hield and Kate Pahl; Chapter three: Visibly authentic: images of Romani people from 19th-century culture to the digital age ~ Jodie Matthews; Chapter four: Digital building heritage ~ Nick Higgett and Jenny Wilkinson; Chapter five: Shaping heritage in the landscape amongst communities past and present ~ Jo Vergunst, Elizabeth Curtis, Neil Curtis, Jeff Oliver and Colin Shepherd; Part two: Heritage as action; Chapter six: CAER heritage: legacies of co-produced research ~ Oliver Davis, Dave Horton, Helen McCarthy and Dave Wyatt; Chapter seven: Do-It-Yourself heritage: Heritage-as-a-process (designing for the Stoke `ping') ~ Karen Brookfield, Danny Callaghan and Helen Graham with members of the Ceramic City Stories team: Jayne Fair, Jan Roberts, Phil Rowley and Bret Shah; Chapter eight: From researching heritage to action heritage ~ Kimberley Marwood, Esme Cleall, Vicky Crewe, David Forrest, Toby Pillatt, Gemma Thorpe and Robert Johnston; Chapter nine: Co-productive research in a primary school environment: un-earthing the past of Keig ~ Elizabeth Curtis, Jane Murison and Colin Shepherd; Conclusion: Co-producing futures: directions for community heritage as research ~ Helen Graham, Jo Vergunst and Elizabeth Curtis.

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Helen Graham is Associate Professor in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds. Jo Vergunst is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen

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