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Due to the receding role of government, cultural heritage is increasinglythe concern of laypeople seeking anchors in a rapidly changing society. As aconsequence, cultural heritage experts are facing bottom-up claims that go beyondthe criteria of canonisation, as well as practices at odds with their scientifi c expertise. Experts participating in laypeople’s initiatives may face diffi cult dilemmas. These arediscussed here through various bottom-up case studies. Given that the participationsociety is an ongoing process of change in terms of governance, we need to rethinkthe role and position of experts.
|Title of host publication||Setting the Agenda: Giving new meaning to the European archaeological heritage|
|Subtitle of host publication||Proceedings of the International Conference, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, 20–22 March 2014|
|Editors||Peter A.C. Schut, Djurra Scharff, Leonard C. de Wit|
|Place of Publication||Namur (B)|
|Publisher||Europae Archaeologia Consilium (EAC)|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
|Name||EAC Occasional Paper|
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