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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McIntyre-Tamwoy, S. 2013. One Wedding and a Funeral: Reflections on Fieldwork, Community and Relationships in Cape York Peninsula. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 14(2): pp. 161-171.
Harrington, J. 2007. Our island home: Difference, marginality, community construction and implications for heritage. Historic Environment 20(2): pp. 33-37.
Truscott, M. 2011. Peopling Places, Storying Spaces: Heritage Sustaining Human Development? Heritage & Society 4(1): pp. 125-134.
Kaufman, N. 2016. Perspectives from the Field: Non-disruption and non-emissions as cultural resources. Environmental Practice 18(3): 219-221.
Beazley, O. 2009. Protecting intangible heritage values through the World Heritage Convention? Historic Environment 22(3): pp. 8-13.
Akagawa, N. 2017. Reconsidering cultural heritage in East Asia. International Journal of Heritage Studies 23(6): pp. 605-606.
Sirisrisak, T. 2015. Reconsidering the interpretation of WWII shared-heritage in Thailand. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 5(1): pp. 30-42.
Lempereur, F. 2011. Réflexion sur les rôles des communautés locales, du tourisme et des médiateurs externes dans la transmission des valeurs patrimoniales des paysages et espaces culturels. Ateliers-débats: ICOMOS, Paris 2011. pp. 1048-1054.
Akagawa, N. 2015. Rethinking the global heritage discourse - overcoming 'East' and 'West'? International Journal of Heritage Studies 22(1): pp. 14-25.
Goudswaard, B., J. Bos, S. van Roode and H. Pape. Reverse Heritage: In search of a usable past. Heritage & Society 5(1): pp. 137-144.