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1 J.M. Fladmark (ed.)
Heritage and Identity: Shaping the Nations of the North: Papers presented at the Tobert Gordon University Heritage Convention 2001
Donhead Publishing Ltd; Dorset, UK; 2002; 1873394551 / 9781873394557; First Edition; Hard Cover; Brand New; Brand New; 
Was the shaping of nation states in Northern Europe governed by military might, or by Christian and democratic ideals? How has trade and cross-cultural exchange between Scandinavia and the British Isles shaped our historic identities, and what about the impact of global politics and marketing in recent times? These are some of the questions explored by the contributors in the context of forces that shape national identities today. Their analysis highlights the need for historical awareness when developing future cultural policy, brand profiles and marketing strategies. Looking back, Jesse Byock tells how democracy was first embraced in the north by the early settlers of Iceland, Bjørn Myhre delves into the unpredictability of historical interpretation, Edward Cowan discusses the role of ‘battles and beddings’ in relations across the North Sea, John Purkis writes about William Morris’ fascination with Nordic culture, Stephen Harrison presents the ‘winning ways’ of product development and marketing by Manx National Heritage, whilst Chris Powell looks at ‘Cool Britannia’ today and Simon Anholt at national branding strategies. An inspirational book that sheds new light on old subjects, equally relevant for both public and private sector policy makers alike. Contents: Foreword Thor Heyerdahl Acknowledgements William Stevely and Knut Pihl Introduction Magnus Fladmark The Icelandic Althing Jesse Byock The significance of Borre Bjørn Myhre An open mind on Snorre Thor Heyerdahl Odin who and from where? Anders Kjølberg Irish and Nordic exchange Donnchadh O’Corráin Scotland’s Nordic legacy Edward J. Cowan Music of the North John Purser William Morris John Purkis Following Viking itineraries Dan Carlsson The Hanseatic League Gun Westholm Renaissance in the North Charles McKean The heritage of seamarks and lighthouses Dankert Monrad-Krohn Landscapes of the North Atlantic Nils Georg Brekke Coastal Landscapes Kerstin Olson Telling the Story of Mann Stephen Harrison Identity on board Bruce Peter People and places in Greenland Mark Nuttall Resonance and dissonance – when the local and the global meet Peter Howard National branding Simon Anholt How cool is Britannia now? – the durability of national image Chris Powell Human capital and enterprise Arnjot Strømme Svendsen Management across cultures Joseph DiStefano and Bjørn Ekelund Sustainable development David Silbergh. Printed Pages: 352 with numerous b/w photographs. 008264

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2 J.M. Fladmark (ed.)
In Search of Heritage as Pilgrim or Tourist?: Papers presented at the Tobert Gordon University Heritage Convention 1998
Donhead Publishing Ltd; Dorset, UK; 1998; 1873394241 / 9781873394243; First Edition; Hard Cover; Brand New; Brand New; 
The intriguing hypothesis of this volume is that the medieval pilgrim industry was the start of modern tourism. Although triggered by religious motivation, it is argued that pilgrims were equally driven by a desire for adventure, discovery and cultural enrichment. The authors confirm that we can learn much from studying the past, both about the motivation for travel and about how to attract visitors. In a provocative paper, Professor Dean MacCannell of California argues that we are today turning attractions of authentic heritage into ‘minor places’ by allowing them to be supplanted by commercial ‘dreamworks’ designed to seduce the tourist and line the pockets of remote corporations. Like the other contributors, he deals with issues of profound interest to policy makers and managers in public agencies, the tourism industry, museums, galleries, at cultural venues, historic and outdoor sites, and to those in consultancy and education. Contents: Foreword Thor Heyerdahl How it all Started – Early Routes of Merchants and Soldiers Anne Mustoe In Search of Holy Places – Then and Now John Wilkinson The Apostle of Scotland – Is it Ninian or Columba? Ian Bradley Two Pilgrim Towns – A Quest for St Andrew and St Margaret Jurek Alexander Putter Voices of the Cherubim – A Musical Odyssey to Scotland John Purser To Santiago de Compostela – A Journey of Remembrance Nicholas Luard St Olav of Norway – Reviving Pilgrim Ways to Trondheim Mari Kollandsrud Mementoes to Take Home – The Ancient Trade in Souvenirs Godfrey Evans From India to Japan – Buddhism Then and Now Brian Burke-Gaffney Japanese Pilgrims to the West – Their Impact Since the 16th Century Paul Akria Kadota From Aberdeen to Nagasaki – Thomas Blake Glover in Japan Alexander McKay The Arts and Identity – From Pilgrimage to Grand Tour Duncan Macmillan Heraldry and Identity – From Knights to Corporate Branding Gordon Casely Language and Identity – Modern Sources of Written Scots William Donaldson Action in a Language War – How the Kist/A’ Chiste Was Won Robbie Robertson Cultural Capital and Identity – Scotland’s Democratic Intellect Magnus Fladmark Food in Folk Tradition – How Scotland Celebrates the Seasons Catherine Brown The Meeting of Cultures – El Pueblo de Los Angeles Jean Bruce Poole Religious Life and Art – St Mungo Museum in Glasgow Harry Dunlop A Museum Challenge – The Iconography of New Zealand William Tramposch A Regimental Shrine – The Gordon Highlanders Museum Stuart Allan A City Harvesting the Sun – Aberdeen Maritime Museum John Edwards South Indian Folk Heritage – Breaking New Ground at Dakshinachitra Deborah Thiagarajan African Heriatge – The Assets of Sierra Leone Arthur Abraham Echoes of Africa – Jamaica’s Musical Heritage Olive Lewin Making Minor Places – Dilemmas in Modern Tourism Dean MacCannell Serial Soap Addiction – From Screen Viewing to Pilgrimage Patricia Sterry In Search of Brand Identity – The Makers of Wales Campaign John Carr The Image of Alsace – Trails for Imbibing Tourists Dragan Crnjanski Historic Norway – Identity and Issues in Heritage Policy Hild Sørby Poland in Transition – The Spirit and Identity of Cracow Jacek Purchla Sir Patrick Geddes – Pilgrimage and Place Murdo Macdonald New Pilgrims Old Towns – The Historic Burghs of Scotland David Cameron Scottish Mercat Croces – Their Spiritual and Secular Significance Lindsey Thomson and Dennis Urquhart Reading the City – Approach and Orientation Brian Evans Printed Pages: 512 with numerous b/w photographs. 008258

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3 J.M. Fladmark (ed.)
Sharing the Earth: Local Identity in Global Culture: Papers presented at the Tobert Gordon University Heritage Convention 1995
Donhead Publishing Ltd; Dorset, UK; 1995; 1873394195 / 9781873394199; First Edition; Hard Cover; Brand New; Brand New; 
Our heritage is rooted in local cultures and environments, yet the international bias of modern communication may threaten to degrade this inheritance. Is it possible to accommodate multinational companies and mass tourism, or to export concepts such as Disney World from one place to another without destroying valued vernacular traditions? This column addresses these questions and explores issues critical to the sustained use of the Earth’s heritage for the cultural and economic benefit of local communities. Contents: Survival and Wilderness - a global dilemma Nicholas Luard Globalisation of the Media - the impact on national cultures Magnus Linklater Mickeying with the Muses - Disney World and regional identity William Tramposch Sustaining Cultural Identities - community arts in the United States Lynne Williamson Why the Arts Matter Lord Gowrie Axe the Arts Council - a threadbare fig leaf Robert Hewison Leave the Arts Council Alone - a response to Robert Hewison Lord Gowrie The Cultural Potency of Sport - a neglected heritage asset Terry Stevens The Heritage Consumers - identity and affiliations in Scotland Angela Morris, David McCrone & Richard Kiely Clergyman and Merchant - an iconography of the Dutch Frans Schouten The Outdoor Viking - how the Norwegians do it Per Freyland Pallesen Rural Versus Urban - environmental perceptions in Malta Alexander Borg Routes to Cultural Identity - a European system of networks Michel Thomas-Penette Silk and Textile Routes - Council of Europe cultural itineraries Moira Stevenson On the Trail of Music - origins of the Scottish triple pipes John Purser On the Trail of Folk Furniture - a Highland heritage shared across the seas Ross Noble The North Sea Highway - cultural arena or political barrier Martin Carver Access to a Nation’s Assets - challenges for Scottish tourism policy Gordon Adams Access to our Natural Heritage - a new framework for Scotland Roger Crofts The Freedom to Roam - a cultural and economic asset Robert Gordon Reid Natural Heritage Zones - a new approach in Scotland Roger Crofts Harnessing Heritage Assets - the challenge facing local government Peter Peacock Museums From the Ground Up - a community approach to development Graham Watson On the Other Side of Sorrow - nature and people in the Scottish Highlands James Hunter Beyond the Memories - drawing strength from the Diaspora John Alec MacPherson Scots Gaelic as a Tourism Asset Roy Pedersen Mair Licht on the Mither Tongue - Scots as a national language Billy Kay Towards a Trilingual Scotland Magnus Fladmark Grasping the Thistle - architecture at the edge Frank Walker Sense of Place in Towns - historic buildings as cultural icons Graeme Munro The Spirit of Place - local identity in modern architecture Richard England City with a Green Heart - lessons from Randstad Holland Brian Evans The Historic Buildings of Asia - issues in heritage management Christopher Andrew Printed Pages: 400 with numerous b/w photographs. 023123

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