Heritage in the Modern World:  Historical Preservation in International Perspective 

Even though the origins of modern preservationism are often traced back to early eighteenth-century Europe, the aim is to address the broader factors behind the global spread of this changing historical sensibility toward ancestral pasts in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Pau Betts, University of Oxford discusses How, why, and in what form these diverse conservation practices developed in various international settings is the departure point of enquiry.

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