On this page I share references to literature and sources that I use for my research on online urban heritage.
- Bandarin, F., & Van Oers, R. (2012). The historic urban landscape: managing heritage in an urban century. Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom:John Wiley & Sons.
- Bandarin, F., Van Oers, R. (2014). Reconnecting the city: the historic urban landscape approach and the future of urban heritage. Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
- Caswell, M. & Mallick, S. (2014). Collecting the easily missed stories: digital participatory microhistory and the South Asian American Digital Archive. Archives and Manuscripts, 42(1), 73–86.
- De Kreek, M. (2017). Collective empowerment through local memory websites: balancing between group interest and common good [dissertation]. Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam.
- Giaccardi, E. (2012). Reframing heritage in a participatory culture. In E. Giaccardi (Ed.), Heritage and social media: understanding and experiencing heritage in a participatory culture (pp. 1-10). Abingdon: Routledge.
- Gregory, J. (2015). Connecting with the past through social media: the ‘Beautiful buildings and cool places Perth has lost’ Facebook group. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21(1), 22–45.
- Lewi, H., Smith, W., Murray, A., & Cooke, S. (2016). Visitor, contributor and conversationalist: Multiple digital identities of the heritage citizen. Historic Environment, 28(2), 12.
- Long, P., Baker, S., Istvandity, L., & Collins, J. (2017). A labour of love: the affective archives of popular music culture. Archives and Records, 38(1), 61–79.
- Roued-Cunliffe, H., & Copeland, A. (2017). Participatory heritage. London: Facet publishing
- Schwarz, M. (2017). Heritage-making and placemaking in the sustainist era. In R. Knoop and M. Schwarz (eds). Straatwaarden: in het nieuwe speelveld van maatschappelijke erfgoedpraktijken. Amsterdam: Reinwardt Academie.
- Stock, M. (2016). Facebook: A Source for Microhistory? In: K. Knautz & K.S. Baran (Eds.). Facects of Facebook: use and users (pp. 210-240). Berlin: de Gruyter.
- Veldpaus, L. (2015). Historic urban landscapes: framing the integration of urban and heritage planning in multilevel governance [Dissertation] Eindhoven: Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands).
Other relevant sources and links:
- The report ‘Mapping of practices in the EU Member States on Participatory governance of cultural heritage’ by the European Expert Network on Culture.
- International publications on digital heritage (DEN – Dutch Knowledge Centre for Digital Heritage and Culture)
- Yarn (a community storytelling application designed to allow users to create stories, using material from the web and from archives)
- Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape, including a glossary of definitions (UNESCO, 2011)
- A map with examples of participatory governance of cultural heritage in Europa