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Title "Archaeologizing" heritage? : transcultural entanglements between local social practices and global virtual realities : proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Cultural Heritage and the Temples of Angkor, 2-4 May 2010, Heidelberg University / Michael Falser, Monica Juneja, editors.
Published Berlin : Springer, 2013
Detail 1 online resource : ill. (some col.)
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Added Author Juneja, Monica
  Falser, Michael S., 1973-
  Juneja, Monica. 'Archaeologizing' Heritage and Transcultural Entanglements: An Introduction
  Falser, Michael S., 1973-. 'Archaeologizing' Heritage and Transcultural Entanglements: An Introduction
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  Baptiste, Pierre. Virtual Visions of Angkor: Plaster Casts and Drawings in the Indochinese Museum of the Trocadero Palace in Paris
  Falser, Michael S 1973-. From Colonial Map to Visitor's Parcours: Tourist Guides and the Spatiotemporal Making of the Archaeological Park of Angkor
  Gruen, Armin. Reality-Based Virtual Models in Cultural Heritage
  Nguonphan, Pheakdey. 3D Modelling of the Temples of Angkor Based on Religious Conceptions
  Toubekis, Georgios. The Giant Buddha Figures in Afghanistan: Virtual Reality for a Physical Reconstruction?
  Jansen, Michael. The Giant Buddha Figures in Afghanistan: Virtual Reality for a Physical Reconstruction?
  Cunin, Olivier. Virtualizing the Temple of Bayon
  Sanday, John. Between On Site-Conservation and Scientific Computing: A Future for the Twelfth-Century Banteay Chhmar Temple Complex
  Chermayeff, Jane Clark. Angkor: Preserving World Heritage and the Role of Interpretation
  Warrack, Simon. Developing Conservation Approaches to Living Heritage at Angkor: The Conservation of the Statue of Ta Reach
  Pichard, Pierre 1936-. Today's Pagan: Conservation Under the Generals
  Luco, Fabienne. The Angkorian Palimpsest: The Daily Life of Villagers Living on a World Heritage Site
  Guillou, Anne Yvonne. The Living Archaeology of a Painful Heritage: The First and Second Life of the Khmer Rouge Mass Graves
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