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校級學術講座暨歷旅學院“名師大講堂”第164講
[四川師范大學歷史文化與旅游學院]  [手機版本]  [掃描分享]  發布時間:2019年9月19日
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Geography of Heritage in urban-Industrial areas in Germany

(with special reference to touristic potentials)

主講嘉賓: Professor  Dietrich Soyez, Ph.D.

Institute of Geography Cologne University / Germany

主要研究領域:

- Environmental Economic Geography (?industry – resources’ interface)

- Political Geography (transnationalization of civil society actors)

- Geography of Industrial Tourism/Transnational Industrial Heritage

時間:2019108日下午1600

地點:第七教學樓514

 

內容概要:

In Germany, the total legacy of industrialization processes is regarded as a cultural expression of the industrial age and its everyday life, and this is reflected in the new concept of 'industrial culture' (in German: 'Industriekultur'). It has been increasingly used since the 1980s instead of the internationally applied 'industrial heritage'.

       Both this broader concept and discourse shifts will be presented, as well as the  astonishing development that has been taken place in Germany: Today, a high variety of representations of the country's industrialization phases are listed and protected, among them four UNESCO Industrial World Heritage sites.

       This might give the impression that Germany's main industries and phases of industrialization are now represented in quite a comprehensive way by existing heritage sites.

       The paper, however, will also point to typical - and sometimes disturbing -blind spots that should be addressed more properly. Five major deficits will be addressed, namely issues linked to

(1) Inventories (i.e. to take stock of existing legacies),

(2) Evaluation criteria and procedures (i.e. the basis for final site selection), and

(3) Representation (of industrial sectors).

       Two more blind spots, however, will be much more difficult to address as

they may touch upon delicate sensitivities of identity and trauma in any given

society, namely

(4) Uncomfortable events and periods of our histories (e.g. during wars) and

(5) Transnationalities (e.g. transboundary influences from abroad and / or outreach

to foreign countries)

 


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