Participatory practices

While heritage may be considered as ‘everything we have inherited’ along with what we wish to pass on, this understanding can lead to several management barriers, including economic and political constraints, to which new approaches may offer an escape

Participatory practices

Content Index:

Participatory practices
Introduction
References
Networks and Communities of Practice
Introduction
Communities of Practice
Governance
Professional Heritage Networks
Landscape Europe
References
Online and Offline Communities
Introduction
What are Communities?
Advocate Communities in Heritage
Professional Communities in Heritage
Why Build Communities/Networks in Heritage
References
Public Discourses
Introduction
Funding Discourse
Ideas and Innovation
Methods
Regulations Versus Personal Commitment and Motivations of the Experts
Democratization of Heritage
Decentralising Heritage
The Role of Education
References
Financing and participation
Introduction
Traditional Forms of Heritage Funding
Crowdfunding & Crowdsourcing
New Methods for Funding Heritage
Methods for Crowdsourcing in Heritage
Development of Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing in Archaeological Heritage
Development of Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing in Natural Heritage
Concerns with the Use of Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing in Heritage
References
Participatory practices - Further reading
Further reading
Case Study: La Choza de Trasmulas - a crowdfunded project to recover a small village through sustainable development and lifelong learning
Introduction
Heritage funding in Spain
La Choza de Trasmulas: a socio-cultural project for rural Granada
Conclusion
References
Further reading
Case study: Sustainable valorization of anthropic subsoil in southern Italy. Value of anthropic underground, threats to its preservation and sustainable reconversion
Introduction: the cultural and historical meaning of anthropic subsoil
Colonization of the subsoil and optimization of resources management
Threats to the preservation of underground spaces: a new life through reconversion
The role of communities in heritage conservation and participatory management of sites
Conclusion
References
Case Study: Social funding of scientific research in Poland. The case of Chodlik
Introduction
Chodlik – a short introduction
Crowdfunding
Conclusion
References
Case Study: Community management in a cultural landscape with high biodiversity, Castro Verde, Portugal
Introduction
The Castro Verde Zonal Plan
Challenges and opportunities
References
Case Study: Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing for Heritage - Flag Fen Lives!
Case Study Objectives
Introduction: Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding in Archaeological and Natural Heritage
The Bronze Age site at Flag Fen
Flag Fen Lives! The world’s first crowdfunded and crowdsourced archaeological dig
The outcome: crowdfunding heritage futures
References
Further Reading
Case Study: Hendrick de Keyser - historic housing association for heritage management
Introduction
Background
Property
Restoration
Living in a historic house
Further Reading