De Rome à Lûbeck et Dantzig,

Abstract : A pluridisciplinary group (historians, art-historians, geographers, town-planners) study in this volume the heritage-policies which have been practised from 1945 up to nowadays in several European cities with a specially remarkable heritage. Whereas after 1945, in the German or Polish cities (eg. Lübeck, Gdansk, Wroclaw) which had been partly or totally bombed during the 2nd world war, the urgency was to rebuild the areas which had been destroyed, politicies today are mostly preoccupied with the necessity of reconverting former industrial sites into cultural areas with patrimonial purposes, eg in Rome and her periphery . The article emphasizes with a few case studies the complexity of the interacions between international policies such as the UNESCO or the Européan Union and urban policies
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Marie-Louise Pelus-Kaplan, Dominique Rivière. De Rome à Lûbeck et Dantzig,. Inalco Presses, 2019, 978-2-85831-323-5. ⟨hal-02316547⟩

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