restricted access   Volume 4, Number 2, Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Venice Charter at Fifty, 1964-2014

Foreword: The Venice Charter at Fifty

pp. 194-195
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Essays

Historic Cities and the Venice Charter: Contributions to the Sustainable Preservation of Urban Heritage

pp. 196-203
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From International to Cosmopolitan: Taking The Venice Charter Beyond the “State-Party” Politics of Experts

pp. 204-217
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Deconsecrating a Doctrinal Monument: Raymond M. Lemaire (1921–1997) and the Revisions of the Venice Charter

pp. 218-243
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Learning from a Legacy: Venice to Valletta

pp. 244-263
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Spain Under The Venice Charter

pp. 264-285
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The Place of the Venice Charter Principles in the Context of National Cultural Revival in Ukraine after 1991

pp. 286-307
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European Industrial and Engineering Heritage as an Illustration of Current Challenges in Defining Heritage and Its Uses

pp. 308-320
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The Venice Charter Down Under: Its Legacy in Landscape Preservation

pp. 322-336
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The Venice Charter and Cultural Landscapes: Evolution of Heritage Concepts and Conservation Over Time

pp. 338-357
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The Care and Management of Historic Hindu Temples in India: An Examination of Preservation Policies Influenced by the Venice Charter in Non-Judeo-Christian Contexts

pp. 358-386
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Civilization-Making and Its Discontents: The Venice Charter and Heritage Policies in Contemporary China

pp. 388-403
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The Concept of Historic Authenticity and Its Methdology for Preservation of Historic Urban Areas in Chinese Contexts

pp. 404-417
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Riegl’s “Modern Cult of Monuments” and The Problem of Value

pp. 418-435
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Authenticity: Principles and Notions

pp. 436-460
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Is there a need for a charter on . . . The wise use of charters and conventions?

pp. 462-469
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Author Biographies

pp. 471-475
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The Venice Charter: A Bibliography

pp. 477-485
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