Waddenland Outstanding
Waddenland Outstanding
History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Wadden Sea Region
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List of figures and tables Preface Jouke van Dijk Abstracts 1. Introduction Linde Egberts, Meindert Schroor and Jos Bazelmans Part 1: Setting the Scene 2. Waddenland: concoction or reality? Defining the Wadden Sea Region in a geographical and historical context Meindert Schroor 3. The Wadden Sea Region as a cultural landscape: history, heritage, management Hans Renes Part 2: The Relationship between Natural and Cultural Heritage 4. Protecting natural and cultural values of the Wadden Sea coast in the Anthropocene: An urgent call for integration Jens Enemark, Ludwig Fischer and Karsten Reise 5. The Wadden Sea — a natural landscape outside the dikes Hans-Ulrich Rösner 6. The North Frisians and the Wadden Sea Thomas Steensen Part 3: Memory, Mentality and Landscape 7. Victory over the Sea. Dutch diking technics in the seventeenth and eighteenth century and the impact on Europe’s history of mentality Ludwig Fischer 8. Between National Socialist ideology and resistance: Interpretations of artworks depicting the Wadden Sea Nina Hinrichs 9. Living with water in the Tøndermarsk and Gotteskoog Anne Marie Overgaard 10. Remystifying Frisia: Experience Economy along the Wadden Sea coast Goffe Jensma 11. Maritime death, memory and landscape: Examples from the North Sea coast and the islands Norbert Fischer Part 4: History and Archaeology 12. Waddenland: From Early Modern prosperity into periphery Meindert Schroor 13. Local communities and regional economies with a global touch: Contacts along the Danish Wadden Sea Coast in the eighteenth century Mette Guldberg 14. Was there a maritime culture in Bremen in the 19th century? Ethno-historical notes on coastal societies Jan C. Oberg 15. Yeoman capitalism and smallholder liberalism. Property rights and social realities of early modern Schleswig Marshland Societies Carsten Porskrog Rasmussen 16. Drowned by the Grote Mandrenke in 1362 AD - new geo-archaeological research on the late medieval trading centre Rungholt (North Frisia) Hanna Hadler, Dennis Wilken, Tina Wunderlich, Annika Fediuk, Peter Fischer, Michaela Schwardt, Timo Willershäuser, Wolfgang Rabbel and Andreas Vött 17. Reinterpreting nature: A brief environmental history of trilateral conservation in the Wadden Sea Region Anna-Katharina Wöbse and Hans-Peter Ziemek Part 5: Political, Economic and Social Challenges for Cultural Heritage Management 18. Energy Transition : A challenge for the management of the cultural landscape Ulf Ickerodt and Matthias Maluck 19. The Lower Saxon UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Programme: Engaging with inhabitants and stakeholders for a sustainable development Peter Südbeck and Jürgen Rahmel 20. Senses of place in the North Frisian Wadden Sea: Local consciousness and knowledge for place-based heritage development Martin Döring and Beate Ratter 21. The Wadden Sea Coast Challenged by Sea Level Rise Karsten Reise 22. A Future for cultural history of the Dutch Wadden Region: Challenges and policies in a maritime-agricultural landscape Linde Egberts 23. Conclusion Linde Egberts and Meindert Schroor Index

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"Dit fraai uitgegeven boek veel interessants over heden en verleden van het Waddengebied. [...] Al met al een mooi, informatief en toegankelijk boek."
- Piet van Cruyningen, Tijdschrift voor Waterstaatsgeschiedenis, 2 (2020)

"The different sections and chapters [in this book] offer a wide variety of topics that sometimes ask for further exploration or more research. This makes the book a worthwhile purchase for both scientists, policy makers and other people with a keen interest in this dynamic and special region."
- David Koren, Journal of European Landscapes, 1 (2020)

Linde Egberts, Meindert Schroor (red.)

Waddenland Outstanding

History, Landscape and Cultural Heritage of the Wadden Sea Region

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The Wadden Sea Region is comprised of the embanked coastal marshes and islands in the Wadden Sea near Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands. This area retains an exceptional common history in all its aspects: archaeologically, economically, socially, and culturally. Its settlement history of more than two thousand years is unrivalled and still mirrored in the landscape. Even though it has never constituted a political unity, it still shares a landscape and cultural heritage. For example, the approaches to water management and associated societal organization developed in the region during the last millennium have set significant world standards. This book offers an overview of current research on history, landscape and cultural heritage of the Wadden Sea region.

Linde Egberts

Linde Egberts is cultural historian and geographer, specialized in the role of heritage in regional identities in contemporary Europe. She works as a lecturer and postdoctoral researcher Heritage Studies at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and as a coordinator of the Research Group Heritage & Environment of the Centre for Global Heritage and Development.

Meindert Schroor

Meindert Schroor is a freelance geographer and historian active at his own Bureau Varenius in Leeuwarden. Active since 1976 in researching on landscape, urban history, demography, water management, and cartography, he developed into the most prolific researcher and writer on cultural history in the Northern Netherlands. He is a member of the board of the Dutch Waddenacademie (Wadden Academy) on the portfolio Society and Cultural History.