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Overview Readers reviews 0 Product Details. Your rating Click on the stars for rating. Your review Headline characters remaining Review characters remaining. The whole idea of intangible heritage, and one of the key reasons that many Western European Countries even those who are now signatories , North America and Australia had a problem with the Convention was the realisation that intangible heritage speaks to a wider sense, a more inclusive sense, of heritage than more traditional ideas of heritage as historic buildings, archaeological sites and the like.
The idea that heritage is primarily material is currently embedded in Australian legislation and public policy — the idea that heritage belongs in museums, or is represented by monuments, or the bricks and mortar of historic houses and so on is one that is dominate in public policy and professional practice.
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But material heritage is only one aspect of heritage. And it is an aspect of heritage that may not necessarily make as much sense to the majority of the population as it does to heritage and museum professionals. And what the Intangible Heritage Convention does, is it allows us to recognise that heritage can be big and wonderful and glorious and monumental; but it can also be everyday, it can be the stories we tell each other and it can be in oral histories, family history, community histories and so forth.
The local and familial can be just as important as the national.
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