Book: Cultural heritage policies in SEE

posted by istanbul on 2008/03/03 09:59

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A new book just published by the Council of Europe: Analysis and reform of cultural heritage policies in South East Europe (2008, 281p.; 19EU). Including the usual SEE countries plus Romania and Croatia and minus Greece, it is "concerned with current heritage policies and legislation" and aims "to take stock of the current position in the countries of South-East Europe", highlighting "the need to undertake an in-depth analysis of certain key areas where difficulties still arise with regard to implementation". A table of contents and ordering information can be found here.



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