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This slideshow is enhanced content for the Fall 2013 Forum Journal (Study Abroad: Global Perspectives). Article: "Global Heritage: The Process of Preservation" by Vincent L. Michael ...

This slideshow is enhanced content for the Fall 2013 Forum Journal (Study Abroad: Global Perspectives). Article: "Global Heritage: The Process of Preservation" by Vincent L. Michael

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    Forum Journal (Fall 2013): Global Heritage: The Process of Preservation Forum Journal (Fall 2013): Global Heritage: The Process of Preservation Presentation Transcript

    • “Global Heritage: The Process of Preservation” by Vincent L. Michael, PhD Enhanced Content: Slideshow
    • The Shinto Shrine at Ise is rebuilt every 18 – 20 years, thus passing building techniques from one generation to another. Credit: Vince Michael
    • The Global Heritage Fund is helping villagers in Heshui village preserve their traditional crafts. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Heshui village has a 600-year-old tradition of handmade paper. Pictured here is a paper mill. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Economic development at some World Heritage sites, like Angkor Wat and Machu Picchu (pictured here), has focused mostly on tourism. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Lijiang Ancient Town was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1997. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Pingyao is one of the only surviving walled cities in China. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Pingyao still has more than 470 original siheyuan (courtyard) houses. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Local planning officials have documented many of the courtyard houses in Pingyao. Credit: Vince Michael
    • This reconstructed yaodong, a parabolic brick-arched structure, represents the continuation of an age-old building technique. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Managing tourism remains a concern at many World Heritage sites, such as Machu Picchu pictured here. Credit: Vince Michael
    • The ancient walled city of Pingyao was listed as a World Heritage site in 1997. Credit: Vince Michael
    • Heritage Ministry officials and community leaders in Heshui discuss ways to maintain century-old craft traditions. Credit: Vince Michael
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