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Vladimir I. IONESOV (Samara Branch of Moscow State University of Service, Russia) The Bronze Age was [...]

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Valuing Cultural Heritage and Distinctive Appreciations of the Past: A New Cultural Colonialism?

Alvaro HIGUERAS

(University of Rome 2, Italy)

The concept of value and importance of cultural heritage is indeed very relative as one considers the societies that hold them in trust, promote them and preserve them with the highest standards, or other societies that have such heritage in their territory but is not part of their [...]

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Cultural heritage and mobile learning: a GPS guide to monuments and sites of Roman town Emona

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Cultural heritage in Nature park as a tourist product

Benjamin ŠTULAR

(Institute of archaeology, Slovene Academy of Science and Arts, Slovenia)

Purpose: Using GIS tools originally developed for archaeology we were able to model a “conservative legislation aware” tourist product based on cultural heritage. Methodology/Approach: predictive modelling, site catchment, path modelling. Results: the dynamic model that enables the planning of sustainable development of region [...]

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Art of innovative management in multicultural society

Alexander A. MALAFEEV

(Samara Branch of Moscow State University of Service, Russia)

Stormy development of the world and Russian economy is conditioned, above all things, by the technologies, based on the use of economic-mathematical design, computerizing and informatization societies and communications and Internet. All these things lead to the formation of new economy in which, [...]

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Ecological imperatives and tourism industry in management of cultural heritage of Samara region

Andrey V. BIRIUKOV, Michail A. RODIONOV

(Samara Branch of Higher School of Privatization and Enterprise, Russia)

This report takes the recent data about the environment in Samara region and the materials of some Samara tourist agencies as a basis to explanation of interconnection of the environment factors and tourism industry in management of cultural heritage [...]

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Ritual as Symbolic Complex and Social Practice: Interpreting the Cenotaphs of Sapalli Culture

Vladimir I. IONESOV / Natalia G. LEVINA

(Samara Branch of Moscow State University of Service, Russia)

The cenotaphs as symbolic complex are of great importance as for comprehension of the spiritual culture of the Proto-Bactrian (Sapalli) civilization.Cenotaph’s ritual in Sapalli-culture cenotaphs is seen in the use of anthropomorphic clay figurines, models of altars, sacrifice areas, [...]

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Transitional Culture and Its Artificial Manifestations: Proto-Bactrian Archaeological Context of Anthropological Knowledge

Vladimir I. IONESOV

(Samara Branch of Moscow State University of Service, Russia)

The Bronze Age was historically the first radical and qualitative transition of culture from the primitive state to state organization, from barbarism to civilization, from egalitarianism to social ranking, from the settlement to the early town, etc. The proto-state culture experienced a powerful [...]

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Life or something like that Cultural Heritage

Chair: Masha VUKANOVIC, Serbia

Finding, processing and preserving cultural heritage could be seen as its birth. Once „born“ and introduced to the public, cultural heritage yearns to grow and eventually become irreplaceable teacher. We all learn from cultural heritage how it used to be, what were the currents that brought us to present, and so [...]

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Aesthetic Resources of Cultural Heritage in Education

Anatoly V. MALAFEEV / Galina I. ZABOLOTNI / Vladimir I. IONESOV

(Samara Branch of Moscow State University of Service, Russia)

The history of world culture is a history of a thorny way of man looking for freedom, order in the world and social harmony. Ideal beauty is the embodiment of the order in the world. [...]

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Conservation & Cultural Education: National Museum/House Museum within a Modern Arab City

Mohamed EL AMROUSI

(United Arab Emirates University)

Museums as architectural manifestations of elite Muslim communities in Arab cities constitute virtual spaces that accumulate displays of cultural artifacts compressing time and space. This compression of cultural produce exhibits historic artifacts in a space inside a larger space, equally compressed in time by modernity in Gulf cities [...]

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Importance of International Legislations in the Protection of the Cultural Heritage: “European Union Cultural Heritage Legislation and Turkey Project”

Mahmut AYDIN / Saadet GUNER / Ali Kazim OZ

(Friends of Cultural Heritage (FOCUH) Association, Istanbul, Turkey)

International Legislations published by UNESCO, EU, EC, ICOMOS..etc are the guidelines for experts working on the protection of the cultural heritage. However, when the educations of archeologists, restorators and conservators, architects, art historians ..etc. who has the greatest [...]

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