The Management of Egypt's Cultural Heritage; Volume 2 (Paperback)
The Management of Egypt's Cultural Heritage is the second volume in a series of Cultural Heritage Management (CHM) discourses; this ground-breaking series is the first academic collection of papers dedicated to the practice of CHM in Egypt. The papers in this volume are written by specialists in their fields whose expertise cover many areas of cultural heritage management, from the theoretical to the practical, tangible to intangible heritage, from cutting edge technology to simple conservation measures. The periods covered range from the Predynastic to the Coptic and Islamic periods. The aftermath of the Egyptian Revolution of 25th January 2011 is a recurrent theme running through many of the papers in this book. This volume is an invaluable addition to the library of heritage managers, conservators, archaeologists, and lecturers, anyone interested in preserving Egypt's cultural and natural heritage.