This volume, through a diverse range of international cases covering cultural, natural and mixed World Heritage Sites, covering both the developed and the developing world, examines the ways in which sites have been inscribed on the World Heritage List and what this has meant in terms of tourism relating to practical issues of management, carrying capacity and the experiences of tourists and local communities. It also looks at the way ‘being on the list’ shapes, and is shaped by, shifting values and politics at the macro and micro level.
- World Heritage and tourism: from opposition to co-production, Maria Gravari-Barbas, Laurent Bourdeau and Mike Robinson
- The use and impact of World Heritage designation by Canadian heritage sites - an exploratory media analysis, Elizabeth A. Halpenny and Alexandra Arellano
- The impact of World Heritage on tourism and the integrity of heritage: some experience from Mexico, Richard Shieldhouse
- Implications of World Heritage designation for local residents: a case study from Taishan and Taiqian, China, Yixiao Xiang and Geoffrey Wall
- Cultural routes as World Heritage Sites: challenges of the nomination of the ancient Silk Roads, Isabel Maria Torres Martínez
- The relationship between World Heritage designation and local identity, Takamitsu Jimura
- Local consequences of global recognition: the ‘value’ of World Heritage status for Zanzibar Stone Town, Akbar Keshodkar
- Gender and (World) Heritage: the myth of a gender neutral heritage, Sarah Ellen Shortliffe
- The local-to-global dynamics of World Heritage interpretation, Noel B. Salazar
- Immediacy, photography and memory: the tourist experience of Machu Picchu, Sarah Quinlan Cutler, Sean Doherty and Barbara Carmichael
- The social life of the castles: inclusion, exclusion, and heritage sites in Ghana, Ann Reed
- Place making and experience in World Heritage cities, Luna Khirfan
- Le Morne Cultural Landscape Heritage Site: its different senses of attachment and contestation, Chaya Hurnath and Priscilla Sambadoo
- Expectations and experiences of visitors at the Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site, Northern Ireland, Kevin R. Crawford
- Demolition of tangible properties as an intangible practice, Ayako Fukushima; The ethics of landscape: discourses of cultural and environmental sustainability in the heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site, Angela McClanahan
- Old maps, new traffics: political itineraries around scattered heritage of Portuguese origin, Maria Cardeira da Silva
- World Heritage and sustainable tourism: shared values?, Jane Brantom
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