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Heritage, affect and emotion : politics, practices and infrastructures

Heritage, affect and emotion : politics, practices and infrastructures

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Tolia-Kelly, Divya Praful. Waterton, Emma. Watson, Steve.
Title Statement
Heritage, affect and emotion : politics, practices and infrastructures / edited by Divya P. Tolia-Kelly, Emma Waterton and Steve Watson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
xviii, 301 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Critical studies in heritage, emotion and affect
ISBN
9781472454874 (hardback)
요약
"Heritage and its economies are driven by affective politics and consolidated through emotions such as pride, awe, joy and pain. In the humanities and social sciences, there is a widespread acknowledgement of the limits not only of language and subjectivity, but also of visuality and representation. Social scientists, particularly within cultural geography and cultural studies, have recently attempted to define and understand that which is more-than-representational, through the development of theories of affect, assemblage, post-humanism and actor network theory, to name a few. While there have been some recent attempts to draw these lines of thinking more forcefully into the field of heritage studies, this book focuses for the first time on relating heritage with the politics of affect. The volume argues that our engagements with heritage are almost entirely figured through the politics of affective registers such as pain, loss, joy, nostalgia, pleasure, belonging or anger. It brings together a number of contributions that collectively--and with critical acuity--question how researchers working in the field of heritage might begin to discover and describe affective experiences, especially those that are shaped and expressed in moments and spaces that can be, at times, intensely personal, intimately shared and ultimately social. It explores current theoretical advances that enable heritage to be affected, released from conventional understandings of both heritage-as-objects and objects-as-representations by opening it up to a range of new meanings, emergent and formed in moments of encounter. Whilst representational understandings of heritage are by no means made redundant through this agenda, they are destabilized and can thus be judged anew in light of these developments. Each chapter offers a novel and provocative contribution, provided by an interdisciplinary team of researchers who are thinking theoretically about affect through landscapes, practices of commemoration, visitor experience, site interpretation and other heritage work"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Cultural property --Psychological aspects. Historic preservation --Psychological aspects. Affect (Psychology) --Social aspects. Emotions --Social aspects. Cultural property --Protection --Research. Historic preservation --Research. Cultural property --Protection --Social aspects. Cultural property --Protection --Political aspects. Historic preservation --Social aspects. Historic preservation --Political aspects.
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300 ▼a xviii, 301 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
490 1 ▼a Critical studies in heritage, emotion and affect
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
520 2 ▼a "Heritage and its economies are driven by affective politics and consolidated through emotions such as pride, awe, joy and pain. In the humanities and social sciences, there is a widespread acknowledgement of the limits not only of language and subjectivity, but also of visuality and representation. Social scientists, particularly within cultural geography and cultural studies, have recently attempted to define and understand that which is more-than-representational, through the development of theories of affect, assemblage, post-humanism and actor network theory, to name a few. While there have been some recent attempts to draw these lines of thinking more forcefully into the field of heritage studies, this book focuses for the first time on relating heritage with the politics of affect. The volume argues that our engagements with heritage are almost entirely figured through the politics of affective registers such as pain, loss, joy, nostalgia, pleasure, belonging or anger. It brings together a number of contributions that collectively--and with critical acuity--question how researchers working in the field of heritage might begin to discover and describe affective experiences, especially those that are shaped and expressed in moments and spaces that can be, at times, intensely personal, intimately shared and ultimately social. It explores current theoretical advances that enable heritage to be affected, released from conventional understandings of both heritage-as-objects and objects-as-representations by opening it up to a range of new meanings, emergent and formed in moments of encounter. Whilst representational understandings of heritage are by no means made redundant through this agenda, they are destabilized and can thus be judged anew in light of these developments. Each chapter offers a novel and provocative contribution, provided by an interdisciplinary team of researchers who are thinking theoretically about affect through landscapes, practices of commemoration, visitor experience, site interpretation and other heritage work"--Provided by publisher.
650 0 ▼a Cultural property ▼x Psychological aspects.
650 0 ▼a Historic preservation ▼x Psychological aspects.
650 0 ▼a Affect (Psychology) ▼x Social aspects.
650 0 ▼a Emotions ▼x Social aspects.
650 0 ▼a Cultural property ▼x Protection ▼x Research.
650 0 ▼a Historic preservation ▼x Research.
650 0 ▼a Cultural property ▼x Protection ▼x Social aspects.
650 0 ▼a Cultural property ▼x Protection ▼x Political aspects.
650 0 ▼a Historic preservation ▼x Social aspects.
650 0 ▼a Historic preservation ▼x Political aspects.
700 1 ▼a Tolia-Kelly, Divya Praful.
700 1 ▼a Waterton, Emma.
700 1 ▼a Watson, Steve.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

CONTENTS
List of figures = ix
Notes on contributors = xi
Acknowledgements = xvii
Introduction : heritage, affect and emotion / DIVYA P. TOLIA-KELLY ; EMMA WATERTON ; STEVE WATSON = 1
1 Making polysense of the world : affect, memory, heritage / JOY SATHER-WAGSTAFF = 12
PART Ⅰ Memories = 31
 2 Race and affect at the museum : the museum as a theatre of pain / DIVYA P. TOLIA-KELLY = 33
 3 Affecting the body : cultures of militarism at the Australian War Memorial / JASON DITTMER ; EMMA WATERTON = 47
 4 Affect and the politics of testimony in Holocaust museums / STEVEN COOKE ; DONNA-LEE FRIEZE = 75
 5 Museum canopies and affective cosmopolitanism : cultivating cross-cultural landscapes for ethical embodied responses / PHILIPP SCHORCH ; EMMA WATERTON ; STEVE WATSON = 93
 6 Constructing affective narratives in transatlantic slavery museums in the UK / LEANNE MUNROE = 114
PART Ⅱ Places = 133
 7 Overlooking affect? Vertigo as geo-sensitive industrial heritage at Malakoff Diggins, California / GARETH HOSKINS = 135
 8 The castle imagined : emotion and affect in the experience of ruins / DUNCAN LIGHT ; STEVE WATSON = 154
 9 From Menie to Montego Bay : documenting, representing and mobilising emotion in coastal heritage landscapes / SUSAN P. MAINS = 179
 10 Touching time : photography, affect and the digital archive / LÁSZLÓ MUNTEÁN = 201
 11 Commemoration, heritage, and affective ecology : the case of Utøya / BRITTA TIMM KNUDSEN ; JAN IFVERSEN = 219
 12 Social housing as built heritage : the presence and absence of affective heritage / SOPHIE YARKER = 237
PART Ⅲ Practices = 255
 13 ''''Please Mr President, we know you are busy, but can you get our bridge sorted?'''' / KEITH EMERICK = 257
 14 Dark seas and glass walls – feeling injustice at the museum Practitioner perspectives : Rosanna Raymond / ROSANNA RAYMOND[AN INTERVIEW WITH] ; DIVYA P. TOLIA-KELLY = 276
Index = 293

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