This book discusses the efforts of a broad range of specialists devoted to safeguarding our cultural heritage. From international law to artifact preservation to site interpretation, there is a wide variety of approaches to the management of our cultural heritage. This book aims to provide diversity of perspectives from people deeply involved in the issues that directly affect the future or the past. These different perspectives make it clear that irrespective of the languages, geography, political situations, or economic situations, these experiences represent a commanding human experience. This book seeks to encourage the ongoing discussion about the management, protection, and value of cultural heritage by providing examples of various histories and current approaches.
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