By Peter Howard
Background and its maintenance is an immense difficulty all over the world. which will identify identities, in addition to attracting viewers, the usual and cultural historical past is secure, conserved, controlled and interpreted, by way of households, by means of towns, via country stat
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One of the basic duties of the heritage manager is to maintain a sense of balance in just such areas. In the churchyard of the author's village lie the remains of a fourteenth-century undercroft - rare but far from unique. Would the local history society be justified in removing all the ivy to reveal the stonework more clearly, thereby disturbing the owl's nest and the bats? 3 In the grounds of a church are the remains of the undercroft of a medieval manor, the arches of which are just discernible within the shrubbery.
The dominant group builds universities to teach the dominant group to regard itself as a dominant group. Perhaps the British tradition of sending eighteen-year-olds away to university (just as once on the Grand Tour) was concerned with the invitation to intelligent young people to join the dominant group and to be trained to take their place in it. Of course, when some of them arrived they found that the power and privilege there was unacceptable to them, just as 200 years ago French people going to see Versailles, now wrested from the Crown, may have been disgusted as well as impressed.
Indeed, there are some parts of heritage conservation that seem to provide a refuge for those people who are not happy in the company of people. Stamp collecting may attract those who want a hobby which does not involve all the complexities of reacting with others, just as it attracted this author for several years as a teenager, and there are many train spotters and others interested in collections. Such people are often the butt of jokes among those who think life should be continuously exciting, but Ben Elton reminded people that train spotters were not usually violent warmongers, and perhaps the world could do with more people with such peaceable and harmless hobbies.
Heritage: Management, Interpretation, Identity by Peter Howard