Denkmal – Erbe – Heritage
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Bogner, Simone et al. (Eds.): Denkmal – Erbe – Heritage: Begriffshorizonte am Beispiel der Industriekultur, Heidelberg: arthistoricum.net, 2018 (Veröffentlichungen des Arbeitskreises Theorie und Lehre der Denkmalpflege e.V., Vol. 27). https://doi.org/10.11588/arthistoricum.374.531

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Simone Bogner, Birgit Franz, Hans-Rudolf Meier, Marion Steiner (Eds.)

Denkmal – Erbe – Heritage

Begriffshorizonte am Beispiel der Industriekultur

Veröffentlichungen des Arbeitskreises Theorie und Lehre der Denkmalpflege e.V.

This Volume offers two languages (german/english)
If “Sharing Heritage” is to be taken seriously, then it must have consequences for the assessment of value – in Europe, but also beyond: in place of the more exclusionary “World Heritage”, which tends to foreground each country's own, often nationally-defined achievements and merits, we should strive toward the creation of a “Global Heritage,” one capable of building bridges on the basis of universal values, thereby bringing the world’s people closer together as a global community with a common destiny.
The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Working Group on Theory and Education in Heritage Conservation on the topic “Monument – Patrimony – Heritage” at the TU Berlin was at the same time the first Annual Meeting of the Research Training Group 2227 “Identity and Heritage” (GRK 2227), funded by the DFG. A cooperation between the two was particularly opportune, as the Working Group had decided on Berlin as the location of the annual meeting and, in view of the motto “Sharing Heritage” of the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018, to dedicate it to a discussion of monument and heritage terminology, while the Research Training Group, with seats in Berlin and Weimar, had been launched to address such questions and a number of colleagues are active in both bodies.

Contents
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Front Matter
Table of Content
Simone Bogner, Birgit Franz, Hans-Rudolf Meier, Marion Steiner
Editors' Foreword
Monument - Patrimony - Heritage
Industrial Heritage and the Horizons of Terminology
Hans-Rudolf Meier, Marion Steiner
Monument - Patrimony - Heritage. Industrial Heritage and the Horizons of Terminology
Introduction
I: Terms and Concepts: Monument, Patrimony, Heritage?
Stephanie Herold
Heritage und "Denkmal-Kultus"
Axel Föhl
Industrie + Kultur = Industriekultur?
II: Concepts, Practice, Boundaries: Industriekultur and World Cultural Heritage
Axel Böcker
Welt(kultur)erbe Völklinger Hütte
Denkmalpflegerische Alltagsarbeit und wissenschaftlicher Hintergrund
Lars Scharnholz
Neue Industriekultur
Warum eine Aktualisierung der Industriekultur erforderlich ist
Dietrich Soyez
Auswege aus der "territorialen Falle"
Tomioka und Yawata als japanisch-europäische Modelle für die (Re-)Transnationalisierung von Stätten der Industriekultur
III: National and Transnational Heritage Narratives
Kees Geevers
Value Assessments of Urbal Planning Structures in Historic Industrial Complexes
Mariann Juha
Kultur? Erbe. Verlassene Bergbauorte als Denkmale in Ungarn
Mirhan Damir
Denkmal(?) Erbe(?) Perplexity
The Dilemmatic Recognition of the Gabbari Railway Station in Alexandria, Egypt
IV: Assessment and Use
Heike Oevermann
Good-Practice im Heritage-Management und ihre Relevanz für die Denkmalpflege
Burkhard Pahl
Strategien für den nachhaltigen Umgang mit dem industriell-kulturellen Erbe
Georg Maybaum, Birgit Franz
Fabrikationsstätte. Lost Place. Wohnraum
Die IBAG-Halle des Eisenbetonpioniers Conrad Freytag in Neustadt an der Weinstraße
Industry - Heritage - Landscape
The Construction of Identity in (Post-) Industrial Societies
Simone Bogner, Oxana Gourinovitch, Jochen Kibel
Industry - Heritage - Landscape
Introduction
V: Materialization and Metamorphosis
Susanne Hauser
From Derelict to the Preservation of Industrial Remains
Approaches to Wastelands in Western Europe
Lukas Vejnik
Asphalt-Inseln
Orte des Mitfahrens
VI: Negotiating (Post-) Industrial Identities
Julia Binder
Von Aktanten und Netzwerken
ANT und Heritage Studies
Florian Schwemin
Die kulturelle Textur kleiner Industriestädte im ländlichen Raum
Die Maxhütte in der mittleren Oberpfalz
VII: Heritage in (Post-) Industrial Societies
Aspasia Krause, Lucas Opitz
Industriekultur im Outback
Projekt 42
Alexander Kleinschrodt
Atomkraftwerke als kulturelles Erbe
Ein (produktiver) Widerspruch?
Benedict Anderson
Fracking Futures, Reclaiming Dead Fossil Fuel Sites
VIII: (Post-) Industrial Landscapes: Images and Concepts
Elissa Rosenberg
Picturing the Landscape
The New Topographics and the Rise of a Post-Industrial Landscape Aesthetic
Andy Scholz
Oil in the Fields
Ein künstlerisches Projekt von Andy Scholz
IX: Concluding Remarks
Gerhard Vinken
From Denkmal to Erbe, Monument to Heritage
An Appeal
Appendices
Abstracts
Speakers, Contributors, Organizers
Working Group on Theory and Education in Heritage Conservation
Publications