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When we think of heritage, it is to protect and preserve our presence in the past. Heritage informs discourse about our identity and reminds us of not just who we were, but who we are.
The contributions and interviews in this issue delve into the politics and practices of safeguarding the intangible, looking at the kickback effects on tangible cultural heritage and exploring the hegemonic role that modernity still plays in shaping heritage institutions, ideas, and beliefs.