One of the key objectives of the ISC on Intangible Cultural Heritage is "To promote international cooperation in the identification, study and solution of issues related to the ethical identification, protection, interpretation, and management of the intangible cultural associations attributed to monuments and sites." To this end we encourage all of our members to disseminate their work through reports, presentations and scholarly publications Following are a collections of publications by members relevant to intangible cultural heritage that are in the public domain and are attached here as pdfs.
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Arokiasamy, C. 2011. Embedding shared heritage: the cultural heritage rights of London's African and Asian diaspora communities. International Journal of Heritage Studies 18(3): pp. 339-345.
Hill, R., L. Cullen-Unsworth, L. Talbot and S. McIntyre-Tamwoy. 2011. Empowering Indigenous peoples' biocultural diversity through World Heritage cultural landscapes: a case study from the Australian humid tropical forests. International Journal of Heritage Studies 17(6): pp. 571-591.
Witcomb, A. and K. Buckley AM. 2013. Engaging with the future of 'critical heritage studies': looking back in order to look forward. International Journal of Heritage Studies 19(6): pp. 562-578.
Deacon, H.J. 2012. Examples of community-based ICH transmission and practice needs being met by research and documentation projects. Report of the First Intensive Researchers meeting on Communities and the 2003 Convention. IRCI (International Research Centre for ICH in the Asia-Pacific Region), Tokyo: pp.28-31.
Lempereur, F. 2009. Face aux nouveaux défis culturels: les Acadiens de Nouvelle-Écosse. Rabaska: revue d'ethnologie de l'Amérique française 7: pp. 45-57.
Truscott, M. 2003. Fact or fantasy?: Celebrating mountain heritage today. Historic Environment 17(2): pp. 22-24.
Goudswaard, B., J. Bos, S. van Roode and H. Pape. Forward with Reverse Archaeology: On a new method for utilizing the past in spatial planning. Heritage & Society 5(1): pp. 101-115.
Kaufman, N. 1998. Heritage and the Cultural Politics of Preservation. Places 11(3): pp. 58-65.
Akagawa, N. 2015 Heritage Conservation and Japan's Cultural Diplomacy: Heritage, National Identity and National Interest. Routledge Contemporary Japan Series. Routledge
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Akagawa, N. 2014. Heritage Conservation and Japan's Cultural Diplomacy: Heritage, National Identity and National Interest. Routledge.