Constantine Sandis

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pp. 11-20

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9 pages

1. Culture, Heritage, and Ethics

  • Constantine Sandis (author)
Sandis begins by analysing contemporary understandings of heritage, pointing out that often it assumes touristic associations. However, she argues that heritage can be non-cultural, or even anti-cultural, and may not explicitly relate to the past, or be a celebration of the past. She goes on to discuss the rights relating to heritage, and concludes with the statement that heritage, cultural or otherwise, is not always positive.


Constantine Sandis