Return to home page
Searching: Muskingum library catalog
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, statewide lending via OhioLINK and SearchOhio has been suspended. OPAL member libraries have closed or are operating at reduced service levels. Please contact your library with specific lending requests or if you need assistance.
  Previous Record Previous Item Next Item Next Record
  Reviews, Summaries, etc...
Conference International Workshop on Cultural Heritage and the Temples of Angkor (1st : 2010 : Heidelberg University)
Title "Archaeologizing" heritage? : transcultural entanglements between local social practices and global virtual realities : proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Cultural Heritage and the Temples of Angkor, 2-4 May 2010, Heidelberg University / edited by Michael Falser, Monica Juneja.
Imprint Berlin : Springer, 2013.

View online
View online
Conference International Workshop on Cultural Heritage and the Temples of Angkor (1st : 2010 : Heidelberg University)
Series Transcultural research
Transcultural research-- Heidelberg studies on Asia and Europe in a global context.
Subject Antiquities -- Collection and preservation -- Congresses.
Cultural property -- Protection -- Congresses.
Angkor (Extinct city) -- Congresses.
Alt Name Falser, Michael S., 1973-
Juneja, Monica.
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Contents Archaeologizing Heritage I: India Between the Manual and the Picturesque. A Conservation Code for the Colony: John Marshall's Conservation Manual and Monument Preservation Between India and Europe / Indra Sengupta -- Picturesque Authenticity in Early Archaeological Photography in British India / Katharina WeilerArchaeologizing Heritage II: Creating Visual and Spatial Experiences of Angkor. Virtual Visions of Angkor: Plaster Casts and Drawings in the Indochinese Museum of the Trocadero Palace in Paris / Pierre Baptiste -- From Colonial Map to Visitor's Parcours: Tourist Guides and the Spatiotemporal Making of the Archaeological Park of Angkor / Michael FalserVirtualizing Heritage I: The Surface and the Image. Reality-Based Virtual Models in Cultural Heritage / Armin Gruen -- 3D Modelling of the Temples of Angkor Based on Religious Conceptions / Pheakdey NguonphanVirtualizing Heritage II: Computer Models for Building Research. The Giant Buddha Figures in Afghanistan: Virtual Reality for a Physical Reconstruction? / Georgios Toubekis, Michael Jansen -- Virtualizing the Temple of Bayon / Olivier CuninRestoration and Interpretation: Of Virtual Models and Living Communities. Between On Site-Conservation and Scientific Computing: A Future for the Twelfth-Century Banteay Chhmar Temple Complex / John Sanday -- Angkor: Preserving World Heritage and the Role of Interpretation / Jane Clark Chermayeff -- Developing Conservation Approaches to Living Heritage at Angkor: The Conservation of the Statue of Ta Reach / Simon WarrackMemorializing Archaeology: Archaeologizing Memory. Today's Pagan: Conservation Under the Generals / Pierre Pichard -- The Angkorian Palimpsest: The Daily Life of Villagers Living on a World Heritage Site / Fabienne Luco -- The Living Archaeology of a Painful Heritage: The First and Second Life of the Khmer Rouge Mass Graves / Anne Yvonne Guillou -- 'Archaeologizing' Heritage and Transcultural Entanglements: An Introduction / Michael Falser, Monica Juneja.
Note Conference proceedings.
Summary This book investigates what has constituted notions of "archaeological heritage" from colonial times to the present. It includes case studies of sites in South and Southeast Asia with a special focus on Angkor, Cambodia. The contributions, the subjects of which range from architectural and intellectual history to historic preservation and restoration, evaluate historical processes spanning two centuries which saw the imagination and production of "dead archaeological ruins" by often overlooking living local, social, and ritual forms of usage on site. Case studies from computational modelling in archaeology discuss a comparable paradigmatic change from a mere simulation of supposedly dead archaeological building material to an increasing appreciation and scientific incorporation of the knowledge of local stakeholders. This book seeks to bring these different approaches from the humanities and engineering sciences into a trans-disciplinary discussion.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783642358708 (electronic bk.)
3642358705 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 847197397
Additional Format Print version: International Workshop on Cultural Heritage and the Temples of Angkor (1st : 2010 : Heidelberg University). "Archaeologizing" heritage? 9783642358692 (OCoLC)824726957

If you experience difficulty accessing or navigating this content, please contact the OPAL Support Team