CFP: European Products. Making and Unmaking Heritage in Cyprus

Berghahn Books are delighted to announce the recent publication in paperback of EUROPEAN PRODUCTS: Making and Unmaking Heritage in Cyprus, by Gisela Welz
Its key features are:
  • Illuminates how heritage management has provided  inroads for the Europeanization of societies in southern Europe – this is unique and has hardly been tackled, neither in European Studies nor in Heritage Studies.
  • Study also takes up with the causes and effects of the financial crisis for Southern European populations.
  • Unlike most social science studies of Cyprus, this book does not address the postwar predicament of Cyprus, the division of the island, or the likelihood of achieving reconciliation between the two main communities. Instead, the book focuses on EU accession and its aftermath.
  • Not only addresses the notion that “heritage” is the outcome of processes of the social construction but also proposes a new conceptual issue that anthropologists need to tackle, i.e. how do we theorize the “unmaking” of heritage?
This book would be ideal for adoption for courses Cultural and Social Anthropology, Heritage Studies, and European Studies.
Read the introduction here.
If you would like to buy a copy at 25% discount, please visit our website and at checkout enter the code WEL174. (valid until July 31st, 2017)
In the meantime, if you would like to access a free e-inspection copy with a view to adopting the book for a Course, please use this online form.
For further details on this title or any other from Berghahn Books, visit

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