The Tautology of "Intangible Values" and the Misrecognition of Intangible Cultural Heritage
This paper explores the contradictions of the advent, dissemination and use of the terms intangible value and tangible value. We examine their logical and grammatical incoherence, and the work that these strange terms, so often used in tandem, do to domesticate what are for some people the uncomfortable implications of the concept of intangible cultural heritage. In developing our argument, the paper draws on a range of policy and academic documents to illustrate the extent of the professional...[Show more]
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