Archaeo-tourism Analysis of tourist and other visitations to archaeological sites. Topics cover international and local legislation, ethics and best practices debates on who interprets and who ‘owns’ the past and profits from it. Also covered are site management plans, condition assessment and a consideration of the politics and ethics of ‘heritage’. Case studies range from large UNESCO World Heritage Sites to small, almost forgotten ‘places of the past’ scattered across the globe.
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