Gemma Tully holds a PhD in Archaeology. Her research focuses on heritage management and museum studies. She is interested in collaborative heritage practice and has worked on a number of participatory projects in Egypt and Sudan.
In this volume, practitioners within archaeology, anthropology, urban planning, human geography, cultural resource management (CRM) and museology push the boundaries of traditional cultural and natural heritage management and reflect how heritage discourse is being increasingly re-theorised in term of experience.
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