Numerous issues exist between the ‘selling’ and ‘telling’ of cultural heritage through tourism. The conflicts range from purely commercial (i.e. competition for space between residents and tourists) and the more esoteric aspects of how and who makes visual, political and cultural representation of local people.
The conference provides an intellectual space to explore these challenges with four interconnected streams providing a coherent logic to the proceedings yet diverse enough to allow for a wide range of multidisciplinary papers that will enable lively debate and provide new insights into this complex area.
1. Dynamic Heritage Impact: Measuring and changing impacts
2. Diversification and Regeneration
3. Culture, Heritage and Representation
ATLAS conference secretariat
Travit - PO Box 3042
6802 DA Arnhem
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