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Contents List of Illustrations ix Foreword xi Acknowledgments xiii Prologue 1 1. Landscapes as Heritage 4 2. The Politics of Place: Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia 17 3. Of Environments and Landscapes 42 4. Experts and Epistemologies 58 5. Landscapes of Extraction 79 6. Toward a Critical Theory of Heritage 97 Epilogue 105 Appendix: Chronology of Events Related to Uluru–Kata Tjuta 109 Notes 113 References Cited 121 Index 145 ...


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