The acrobatics of the position of enunciation: interference of the unauthorised in established processes of heritagization

The doctrine of critical heritage studies is based on the idea that cultural heritage does not exist in itself, but requires hegemonic, authorised dialogue. This “establishes and legitimises what heritage is, and determines who can speak on its behalf, about its nature and meaning” (Smith 2006: 29). Social processes of heritagization are not spontaneous. Consensus…
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