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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Truscott, M. and D. Young. 2000. Revising the Burra Charter: Australia ICOMOS updates its guidelines for conservation practice. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 4(2): pp. 101-116.
Greer. S., S. McIntyre-Tamwoy and R. Henry. 2011. Sentinel sites in a cosmo-political landscape. Proceedings of the 7th International Small Islands Conference, Airlie Beach, Whitsundays, Queensland. June 12-15 2011.
Coté, J. and N. Akagawa. 2015. The Pacific war experience of Dutch Eurasian civilians in Java, 1942-48. In C. Twomey and E. Koh (eds.). The Pacific War: Aftermaths, Remembrance and Culture. Routledge: Oxon. pp. 110-132.
Beazley, O., and H.J. Deacon. The Safeguarding of Intangible Heritage values under the World Heritage Convention: Auschwitz, Hiroshima and Robben Island. In J.E. Blake (ed.) Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage - Challenges and Approaches. Builth Wells: Institute of Art and Law. pp.93-107.
Deacon H.J., L. Dondolo, M. Mrubata, S. Prosalendis and workshop participants. 2004. The Subtle Power of Intangible Heritage: legal and financial instruments for safeguarding intangible heritage. Human Sciences Research Council: Cape Town.
Deacon, H.J. and R. Smeets. 2013.The use of expertise in the examination of nomination files under the Intangible Heritage Convention. Report of the researchers meeting on Evaluating the Inscription Criteria for the two Lists of UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention, IRCI (International Research Centre for ICH in the Asia-Pacific Region). 10-11 January 2013: Tokyo, Japan.
Buckley, K. 2014. The World Heritage Convention at 40: challenges for the work of ICOMOS. Historic Environment 26(2): pp. 8-52.
Lempereur, F. 2014. Transmission and dissemination of the intangible scientific heritage: state of play and perspectives. Culture et Musées.
Chang-Vargas, G. 2014. urismo étnico: sus trampas en algunos casos de comunidades indígenas de Costa Rica. En Oviedo, J. y E. Rozo (eds.) Turismo cultural: retos y perspectivas en América Latina. Universidad del Externado. Bogotá: Colombia. pp. 393-422.
Albert, M., R. Bernecker and B. Rudolff (eds.). 2013. Understanding Heritage: Perspectives in Heritage Studies. De Gruyter.