Networked practices of intangible urban heritage: the changing public role of Dutch heritage professionals
This study examines the changing roles of heritage professionals by focusing on the participatory practices of intangible urban heritage. Developments towards democratisation in the heritage sector led to a growing expectation that heritage professionals.
intangible cultural heritage, digital, website, inventory, Democratisation of heritage; intangible cultural heritage; digitisation of heritage; participation; urban cultural heritage
HOEVEN, Arno van der (2019) "Networked practices of intangible urban heritage: the changing public role of Dutch heritage professionals". In International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 25:2. 232-245. [onlline] Available at: https://www.tandfonline.com/