Negotiating post-colonial legacies: shifting conservation narratives and residual colonial built heritage in Ireland
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|Title:||Negotiating post-colonial legacies: shifting conservation narratives and residual colonial built heritage in Ireland||Authors:||Parkinson, Arthur
Scott, Mark J.
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/8677||Date:||2015||Online since:||2017-07-26T11:45:02Z||Abstract:||Where they evolve in contentious political contexts, conservation and heritage can be framed by competing priorities reflecting collective remembering, cultural politics and identities intertwined with the symbolic representation of the built environment. Drawing on postcolonial experiences in Ireland, this paper explores the shifting representations of built heritage over the post-independence era and the extent that a residual colonial legacy can perform a role in framing contemporary place-making processes. Empirically, we focus on representations emerging within contemporary 'elite discourses' - built heritage policy-makers, leading conservation practitioners and civil society conservation groups - to explore how they negotiate this postcolonial context.||Type of material:||Journal Article||Publisher:||Liverpool University Press||Journal:||Town Planning Review||Volume:||86||Issue:||2||Start page:||203||End page:||228||Copyright (published version):||2015 Liverpool University Press||Keywords:||Built heritage; Postcolonial; Conservation; Discourse; Ireland||DOI:||10.3828/tpr.2015.13||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
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