Preserving the Built Heritage: Tools for Implementation

Preserving the Built Heritage: Tools for Implementation

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By (author) J.Mark Davidson Schuster, Edited by John De Monchaux, Edited by Charles A. Riley II

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  • Publisher: Salzburg Seminar
  • Format: Paperback | 241 pages
  • Dimensions: 154mm x 229mm x 17mm | 363g
  • Publication date: 1 July 1997
  • Publication City/Country: Salzburg
  • ISBN 10: 0874518318
  • ISBN 13: 9780874518313
  • Edition statement: New.
  • Sales rank: 1,668,883

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Faced with fewer public financial resources, governments around the world look for ways to lighten their curatorial burdens by exploring new options for preserving their artistic, architectural, and cultural heritage. Traditional preservation approaches are inadequate, particularly in the emerging democracies of Central and Eastern Europe. Informed by a seminar of world leaders on the topic, M.I.T. scholars J. Mark Schuster and John de Monchaux, joined by seven other preservation scholars and practitioners, explore the tools of government action: direct governmental involvement, regulation of preservation efforts, redefinition of property rights, provision of incentives, and the creation and dissemination of information. They then go on to consider conflicts of public and private interests and innovative forms of curatorial partnerships. The perspectives are international and broad-ranging, from economists, lawyers, architects, city planners, public policy analysts, and preservation administrators.

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J. Mark Schuster is Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Planning at M.I.T. and coauthor and coeditor of Who's to Pay for the Arts? (1989). John de Monchaux is Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at M.I.T. Charles A. Riley II is author of Color Codes (UPNE, 1995) and coeditor of The Arts in the World Economy (UPNE, 1994).