Building on experience: The potential of oral history to conserve the 'deep city' in Australia's national capital
This chapter aims to demonstrate how professional oral history practice illuminates the nature of lived experience and deepens heritage practice. It suggests that investigating and responding to these interweaving layers of use, meaning and attachment - building on experience - is fundamental to sustainable heritage management and liveable urban futures. The chapter argues that oral history's capacity to provide understanding of changing and diverse lived experience is a potent force for...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Heritage and Sustainable Urban TransformationsDeep Cities|
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