Protecting Our Cultural Capital: Research Plan for the Heritage Sector (Occasional Papers) by Harriet Deacon English | July 1, 2005 | ISBN: 0796920346 | 78 Pages | PDF | 0.40 MB
The political tradition of 1994 foregrounded the debate about who we are and what memories or artefacts actually constitute our heritage as South Africans. This paper discusses the key outcomes from this debate, as well as the limitations in the structures that prevent other benefits from being realised.
Elisa Lanzi, "Introduction to Vocabularies: Enhancing Access to Cultural Heritage Information" Publisher: J. Paul Getty | 1998 | ISBN: 0892365447 | English | PDF | 72 pages | 27.4 Mb
Digital networking will make our global cultural heritage accessible to a widespread audience. To reach this audience, it is essential to create and employ terminology that brings consistency to the language used in information retrieval contexts. …