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Berghahn Series

Explorations in Heritage Studies

Series Editors:
Ali Mozaffari, Deakin University
David Charles Harvey, Aarhus University

Editorial Board:
Erik Champion, Curtin University
Mads Daugbjerg, Aarhus University
Elisa Giaccardi, Technical University of Delft
Rodney Harrison, University College London
Simon Knell, University of Leicester
Daniel Laven, Mid Sweden University
Iain Robertson, University of the Highlands and Islands
Gunhild Setten, Norwegian University of Science & Technology
Marie Luise Stig Sorensen, Cambridge University
James Taylor, Imperial War Museum
Heather Viles, University of Oxford
Andrea Witcomb, Deakin University

Explorations in Heritage Studies responds directly to the rapid growth of heritage scholarship and recognizes the trans-disciplinary nature of research in this area, as reflected in the wide-ranging fields, such as  archaeology, geography, anthropology and ethnology, digital heritage, heritage management, conservation theory, physical science, architecture, history, tourism and planning. With a blurring of boundaries between art and science, theory and practice, culture and nature, the volumes in the series balance theoretical and empirical research, and often challenge dominant assumptions in theory and practice.

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