Tully, Gemma (2016) 'Resituating cultural landscapes : pan-European strategies for sustainable management.', in Heritage 2016, 5th International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development. Book of abstracts. Lisbon, Portugal, 12-15 July. Barcelos: Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development, pp. 347-359.
Integrating stakeholders as the active creators and beneficiaries of cultural landscapes is an under-developed element of sustainable heritage research. Through work focusing on some of the most significant monuments in European history (Late Iron Age oppida: c.200BC-AD60), this paper will explore how communities (including farmers, small-medium enterprises (SMEs), wildlife organisations and residents) understand and experience cultural landscapes. Focusing on perceptions data from Bagendon and Salmonsbury, UK, these oppida sites represent the pilot phase of the EU funded REFIT project, and work on 2 further sites, Bibracte (France) and Ulaca (Spain), will follow. The perceptions studies will examine how existing understanding and use of these cultural landscapes can aid the integration of non-archaeological stakeholders into wider archaeological research and support the development of future cultural landscape management strategies, at a pan-European level, that offer greater mutual benefit to all those with a vested interest in cultural landscapes.
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|Publisher Web site:||http://heritage.greenlines-institute.org/en/topics/heritage-2016-book-of-abstracts|
|Publisher statement:||Originally published in R. Amoêda, S. Lira and C. Pinheiro (eds), Heritage 2016. 5th International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development. Book of abstracts. Lisbon, Portugal, 12-15 July. Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development, pp. 347-359.|
|Date accepted:||30 May 2016|
|Date deposited:||16 February 2017|
|Date of first online publication:||01 July 2016|
|Date first made open access:||No date available|
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