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Wake Heritage By Wake County Genealogical Society
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This book was originally published in 1985! It is an excellent compendium that includes an overview of Wake County History as well as family overviews as submitted by the community! It is the most... More > requested book ever for Wake County Genealogy Research!< Less
Heritage Recipes By The Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society
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Heritage recipes contributed by members of the Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society
Heritage Recipes By The Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society
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Heritage recipes contributed by members of the Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society
Under Construction: Culture in a Networked Society By Joke Bauwens, Gert Nulens
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For several decades already, the traditional mode of reception, production and mediation of art, heritage and cultural artefacts has been challenged by digital media and communication technologies.... More > Starting from local experiences of cultural audiences and institutions, Under Construction: Culture in a Network Society considers the contexts and consequences of the digital transformation of cultural reception, production and mediation. With its direct engagement with media theory and cultural sociology, this cahier will be of interest to scholars, students and professionals in the fields of new media and culture. The articles contribute to the broader discussion on the meaning of art, heritage and cultural artefacts in online and mobile mediascapes.< Less
Under Construction: Culture in a Networked Society By Joke Bauwens, Gert Nulens
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For several decades already, the traditional mode of reception, production and mediation of art, heritage and cultural artefacts has been challenged by digital media and communication technologies.... More > Starting from local experiences of cultural audiences and institutions, Under Construction: Culture in a Network Society considers the contexts and consequences of the digital transformation of cultural reception, production and mediation. With its direct engagement with media theory and cultural sociology, this cahier will be of interest to scholars, students and professionals in the fields of new media and culture. The articles contribute to the broader discussion on the meaning of art, heritage and cultural artefacts in online and mobile mediascapes.< Less
Minority Language in Today's Global Society By Trace Foundation
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The fragility of minority languages is becoming apparent in a globalizing world. Linguists, civil society organizations, local communities, governments and supranational organizations are advocating... More > for maintaining and reviving endangered languages to preserve the world’s cultural heritage and indigenous peoples’ cultures and identities. This publication, the first of a two-volume set entitled Minority Language in Today’s Global Society, is intended as a small contribution to this effort, and examines issues concerning the status of minority languages with a special focus on the Tibetan language and its dialects. The legal issues and policy framework surrounding minority language use, as well as strategies for language revitalization, are also addressed. This work is part of Dendzom, a publication series by Trace Foundation, which supports the continuity and development of Tibetan culture, language and places, improving lives and strengthening communities on the Tibetan plateau.< Less
In Situ Conservation of Cultural Heritage: Public, Professionals and Preservation By Flinders University
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In September 2008, a combined annual conference for the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology and the Australian Association for... More > Maritime History was held at the magnificent Institute Building of the State Library of South Australia in Adelaide. The conference was entitled "Archaeology from Below – Engaging the Public” and hoped to address the relationship between archaeology and the public. Papers presented in this session broaden discussions on the interactions of professionals and the public with respect to in situ stabilisation, preservation and management of terrestrial and underwater cultural heritage sites and their associated archaeological finds.< Less
In Situ Conservation of Cultural Heritage: Public, Professionals and Preservation By Flinders University
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In September 2008, a combined annual conference for the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology and the Australian Association for... More > Maritime History was held at the magnificent Institute Building of the State Library of South Australia in Adelaide. The conference was entitled "Archaeology from Below – Engaging the Public” and hoped to address the relationship between archaeology and the public. Papers presented in this session broaden discussions on the interactions of professionals and the public with respect to in situ stabilisation, preservation and management of terrestrial and underwater cultural heritage sites and their associated archaeological finds.< Less
Society Ludvika: Separatists of Smith, Sorcery, and Sea By Hugo Hennegau
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Summer. 1990. West Germany. Conversation over a sketchbook outside Museum Holstentor reveals a foreigner’s errand. Drawings show me various oddities hammered by her kinsman from a burial... More > megalith. Cast into the Baltic Sea in 1582, these occult reductions have seen resurfacing. Society Ludvika is a lyrical collection of suppressed paths and pathfinders, that an arsonist’s sketchbook survives solely to bring to light.< Less
Society Ludvika: Separatists of Smith, Sorcery, and Sea By Hugo Hennegau
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Summer. 1990. West Germany. Conversation over a sketchbook outside Museum Holstentor reveals a foreigner’s errand. Drawings show me various oddities hammered by her kinsman from a burial... More > megalith. Cast into the Baltic Sea in 1582, these occult reductions have seen resurfacing. Society Ludvika is a lyrical collection of suppressed paths and pathfinders, that an arsonist’s sketchbook survives solely to bring to light.< Less