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8th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2021 , 2021.y., pp. 13-27


ATTITUDE TOWARDS HERITAGE IN THE FUTURE
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2021.02
UDC: 72:930.85
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Author : Kurtović Folić, Nađa; Živaljević Luxor, Nataša
 
 Summary:
 Heritage is a version of the past seen through objects and settings, displays and engagements, spectacular locations and events, memories and recollections, and places for cultural purposes, but also for everyday consumption. Taken together, these “things” and practices have played a central role in structuring and defining the way heritage is understood in theoretical debate, public policy. Accordingly, there was the question of how all this was formalized as the focus of research during the last thirty years. During this time frame, emphasis has undoubtedly evolved from concerns about the objects themselves, their classification, conservation, and interpretation, to the way they are consumed and expressed as notions of culture, identity, and politics. More recently, heritage researchers have also begun to engage in engagement processes and construct meaning, so that the post-post-structural or more than representative maze of individual, affective, experiential, and embodied themes has come to be considered extremely important for the future of heritage. As a consequence of these theoretical achievements, the relatively long period of conceptual stability that surrounds even critical notions of heritage is now beginning to falter and disintegrate through debates that are increasingly dynamic. "Authenticity", "memory", "place", "representation", "dissonance" and "identity" are examples of types of concepts that are either challenged or refreshed as new forms of thinking. They were taken over and applied from the broader social sciences and began to intensively influence and encourage new theoretical attitudes and predictions. The result of these discussions should be a better and more clearly defined intellectual core of heritage treatment in the future.
 
 Keywords:
 Architectural heritage, Future, Theoretical achievements, Authenticity, Memory, Place, Identity