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Heritage and Urban Resistance: Exploring Identity Politics, Commons and Conflict

Report
Authors Feras Hammami
Evren Uzer
ISBN 3.2.2-3408-2014
Publisher Riksantikvarieämbetet
Place of publication Stockholm
Publication year 2017
Published at School of Design and Crafts
Department of Conservation
Language en
Links fou-anslag.raa.se/raa/default.asp?g...
Keywords Heritage, resistance, conflict, from below, urban transformation
Subject categories Other Humanities not elsewhere specified, Social Sciences Interdisciplinary, Human Geography, Political Science (excluding Public Administration Studies and Globalization Studies), Globalization Studies

Abstract

Urban resistances have erupted in several countries, disrupting everyday life and challenging urban policies and planning. This project looks at how heritage and resistance both as concepts and as empirical realities for people on the ground are fundamentally interdependent and today constitute multiple sites of conflict. The same sites, objects, and evidence of the past are often claimed by diverse community groups in ways that make everyday life a micro dynamics of negotiating identity, recognition and sense of place. How often-contradictory positions on heritage are entangled in policies for the management of contested heritage sites will be investigated in Palestine, Turkey, and Sweden

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