Heritage Values in Site Management: Four Case Studies

Heritage Values in Site Management: Four Case Studies

  • Marta de la Torre, Margaret G. H. MacLean, Randall Mason, and David Myers
    Edited by Marta de la Torre

    The analysis of the four historic sites featured in this publication—Grosse Île and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site in Canada, Chaco Culture National Historical Park in the United States, Port Arthur Historic Site in Australia, and Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site in the United Kingdom—provides valuable insight into the creation and management of heritage values.

    Each case study articulates how values are identified and assessed by the governing bodies; where (and with whom) the values reside; how the values are implemented into management policies and objectives; and the impact that these decisions have on the sites themselves.

    This book will be a vital tool for institutions and individuals engaged in the study or practice of site management, conservation planning, and/or historic preservation. Also included is a CD-ROM that contains supplemental management and planning documents created and used by the site-management authorities.

    Marta de la Torre is the director of the Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program at Florida International University in Miami. Margaret G. H. MacLean is a cultural heritage analyst with the United States Department of State. Randall Mason is associate professor of architecture, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, at the University of Pennsylvania. David Myers is research associate at the Getty Conservation Institute.

  • 230 pages
    8 1/2 x 11 inches, with CD-ROM
    53 b/w illustrations
    11 maps, 6 charts
    ISBN 978-0-89236-797-0
    paperback

    Getty Publications
    Imprint: Getty Conservation Institute

    2005



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