Asian Heritages
Cover illustration from Beyond Bali, Ana Dragojlovic (Amsterdam University Press, 2016),
‘Dream-land’, 2005, by Komang Suaka.
Series editors

Adèle Esposito, CNRS, Gèographie-Citès, France
Michael Herzfeld, Harvard University, U.S.A., and Leiden University, the Netherlands

Geographical Scope
Asia; East Asia; South-East Asia
Chronological Scope
to 21st century
Editorial Board

Sadiah Boonstra, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Melbourne University, Australia
Min-Chin CHIANG, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan
Yew-Foong HUI, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore
Ronki Ram, Panjab University, India

Critical Heritage Studies; Asia; Heritage; Conservation; Culture; Arts; Tourism; Architecture; Urban; Language

Asian Heritages

Discipline:Asian Studies

The Asian Heritage Series explores the notions of heritage as they have evolved from European based concepts, mainly associated with architecture and monumental archaeology, to incorporate a broader diversity of cultural forms and value. This includes a critical exploration of the politics of heritage and its categories, such as the contested distinction ‘tangible’ and ‘intangible’ heritages; the analysis of the conflicts triggered by competing agendas and interests in the heritage field; and the productive assessment of management measures in the context of Asia.