Friday, February 24, 2012

Call for papers: Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, Special issue on Planning and heritage

Special issue call for papers from Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development

Understanding how plans are developed and implemented in specific important cases would help to develop further consensus on the whole topic. The special issue of the JCHMSD wishes to put together experts and experiences from a variety of contexts: (a) a variety of disciplinary viewpoints: management scholars, archaeologists, city planners, policy makers, geographers, etc.; (b) a variety of experiences and objects of plans: heritage sites, museums, historical cities, cultural projects; and (c) a variety of countries, to avoid ethnocentrism.
A threefold question is addressed for potential submissions:
1 To reconstruct a short but incisive literature review of the planning approach in their specific discipline, aiming to reconstruct commonalities, the genealogy of knowledge, and similar issues.
2 To focus on a specific case study, highlighting issues and results (not necessarily focusing only on ``best'' practices).
3 To bridge to other disciplines involved in the field/case study.
Submission requirements and related information
The closing date for submission is 20 October 2012
Expected date of publication: 2013, second semester

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