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Cities and Their Heritage
Series: Urban Studies
A New Field for Museum Studies

, Brooklyn u.a.: Verso. Kramer, Fritz W. (2005). Schriften zur Ethnologie, Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp. Krüger, Marion (2011): »How to Purify the Syncretistic – the Construction of Authentic- ity and Identity in Discourses, Policy and Practice of Andalusian Flamenco«. In: Journal of Mediterranean Studies 20: 1, 137-162. Krüger, Marion (2012): »Flamenco as Intangible Cultural Heritage – Identity, Heritagi- zation, and Local Practice: Towards a Sustainability of Heritage Politics«. In: Patrimoine et valorisation des territoires, hg. v. Laurent Sébastian Fournier et al

Studies, 25/1, 57-72. LÄHDESMÄKI, Tuuli (2014): The EU'S Explicit and Implicit Heritage Politics. – In: Euro- pean Societies, 16/3, 401-421. LITTOZ-MONNET, Annabelle (2012): Agenda-Setting Dynamics at the EU Level: The Case of the EU Cultural Policy. – In: Journal of European Integration, 34/5, 505-522. MANGSET, Per (2018): The end of cultural policy? – In: International Journal of Cultural Policy [DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2018.1500560]. ORCHARD, Vivienne (2002): Culture as Opposed to What? Cultural Belonging in the Con- text of National and European Identity. – In

-Forschung (whose heritage?) theoretisierbar ge- worden; in der Praxis ist die Gefahr einer ideologischen Einspan- nung von Heritage-Politics aber keineswegs gebannt, wie die weltweit an Raum gewinnenden Erbe-Figurationen zeigen, die sich nationalistischer, rassistischer oder anderer exkludierend identitärer Narrative bedienen. Heute sucht das saudische Herr- scherhaus seinen Alleinvertretungsanspruch zu zementieren, indem es Heiligtümer nicht-sunnitischer Muslims wie die Mara- bouts im großen Stil zerstört, sucht Polens rechtsnationalisti- sche Regierung eine Perspektive auf

.com). Susi K. Frank is Professor of East Slavic Literatures and Cultures at Humboldt Uni- versity, Berlin. Her current fields of research are: literatures in (post)imperial con- texts (Russia/Soviet Union): Russian-language literatures, (trans)national (re)can- onization, cultural/literary memory vs./and heritage politics (literature, but also visual culture), copyright and practices of translation, geopoetics and geopolitics, ecological approaches to cultural semantics. Recent publications: “Solovki: Who is sovereign over the interpretation of history?,” in: Shared

– this contribution can still be valid in an ongoing discussion about global heritage politics. As regards the inner-European dimension of cultural heritage politics, the European Architec- tural Heritage Year of 1975 was a unique turning point towards our globalized world today. To commemorate this major event some 40 years ago, I had again the pleasure to work with Wil- fried Lipp for our edited volume of 2015.3 May this collaboration continue in the near future. On March 11th, 2001, the two giant Buddha statues (37 and 55 m high) from the 6th century AD in the

, 50(3), 368-384. Latour, B. (1993). We Have Never Been Modern. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Lefebvre, H., & Nicholson-Smith, D. (2007). The Production of Space. Oxford: Blackwell. Lentin, A. (2011). Racism in a Post-Racial Europe. Eurozine. Retrieved from Eurozine website: Löfgren, O. (2000). The Disappearance and Return of the National: The Swedish Experience 1950-2000. In P. J. e. a. Anttonen (Ed.), Folklore, Heritage Politics and Ethnic Diversity: A Festschrift for Barbro Klein (mansucrip


-)Kolonialisierung. Indige- ne Gemeinschaften, Hacienda und Staat in den ecuadorianischen Anden von der Kolonialzeit bis heute. Bielefeld. Kaltmeier, Olaf (2017): On the Advantage and Disadvantage of Heritage for Latin America. Heritage Politics and Nostalgia between Colo- niality and Indigeneity. In: Olaf Kaltmeier und Mario Rufer (Hg.): Entangled Heritages. Postcolonial Perspectives on the Uses of the Past in Latin America. London, S. 13-35. Kantorowicz, Ernst (1957): The King’s Two Bodies. A Study in Mediaeval Political Theology. Princeton. Kingman, Eduardo (2004): Patrimonio


America. Heritage Politics and Nostalgia between Coloniality and Indigeneity”. En Entangled Heritages. Postcolonial Perspectives on the Uses of the Past in Latin America, editado por Olaf Kaltmeier y Mario Rufer. Londres: Routledge. Kaltmeier, Olaf. 2019. Resistencia indígena y formación del Estado poscolonial: Saquisilí entre los siglos XVI y XX. Quito: Corporación Editora Nacional. Kantorowicz, Ernst. 1957. The King’s Two Bodies. A Study in Mediaeval Po- litical Theology. Princeton. Kingman, Eduardo. 2004. “Patrimonio, políticas de la memoria e institucio