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Review of “Cross-Cultural Management” (Part 2): Implications for UNESCO, Sustainability and World Heritage

(This review is a continuing study of the text first analyzed here.) In the second half of this book, David Thomas explores the primary responsibilities of managers and how they manifest in cross-cultural contexts, as well more specific challenges affecting … Continue reading

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Huff Post Blog: Empowering Entrepreneurs to Save Cultural Heritage

Empowering Entrepreneurs to Save Cultural Heritage | Hufffington Post. The below blog post, written by Larry Coben for the Huff Post’s Social Entrepreneurship section, highlights the kind of work that some believe will help protect archaeological sites from looting or … Continue reading

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Arches: Mapping Cultural Heritage for Better Management Practices

For a while, I have been considering how I would eventually like to learn a GIS program in order to better conceive of issues or events in heritage management across space for my long-term research projects.  I have long loved … Continue reading

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Review of “Our Common Future,” the United Nations’ Report on Sustainable Development

The United Nations’ 1987 Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED), also known as “Our Common Future” and the “Brundtland Report,” was the culmination of a several-year-long study that sought to identify obstacles to the long-term health … Continue reading

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Reblogged: The utility of an international vision of public history

The utility of an international vision of public history | History@Work. A commentary on the potential value of integrating multiple types of stakeholders, including those on location and often lacking in authority over the telling of their own history, into … Continue reading

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