1. The First Heritage International(s): Conceptualizing Global Networks before UNESCO
  2. Astrid Swenson
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  1. Heritage Diplomacy: Entangled Materialities of International Relations
  2. Tim Winter
  3. pp. 16-34
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  1. Multilateral Possibilities: Decolonization, Preservation, and the Case of Egypt
  2. William Carruthers
  3. pp. 36-48
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  1. Digital Heritage Diplomacy and the Scottish Ten Initiative
  2. Amy Clarke
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  1. Define Mutual: Heritage Diplomacy in the Postcolonial Netherlands
  2. Lauren Yapp
  3. pp. 66-81
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  1. The Symbolic Value of Expertise in International Heritage Diplomacy
  2. Luke James
  3. pp. 82-96
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  1. The State Department and the Politics of Preservation: Why Few U.S. Embassies Are Landmarks
  2. Jane C. Loeffler
  3. pp. 98-123
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  1. Japan and the Rise of Heritage in Cultural Diplomacy: Where Are We Heading?
  2. Natsuko Akagawa
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  1. U.S. Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology: Soft Power, Hard Heritage by Christina Luke, Morag M. Kersel (review)
  2. Diane Siebrandt
  3. pp. 140-146
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  1. The Controlled Ruin: Preserving Collective Memories through Building Transformation
  2. Mo Michelsen Stochholm Krag
  3. pp. 147-154
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  1. Preservation in a World of Diplomacy
  2. Tim Winter
  3. pp. iii-vii
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