Transmissions, appropriations et mises en valeur du patrimoine de l'Autre : le cas de la Neustadt, Strasbourg

Abstract : From urban project to open-air museum, the city oscillates between a need for modernization and a desire to preserve its heritage. In Strasbourg, the urban ensemble of Neustadt illustrates these two ways of looking at the city. The very term 'Neustadt', translated literally as 'new city', resonates in a singular way because it conveys both of these modalities, which can be perceived as antagonistic. On the one hand, it refers to the "modern" urban extension planned in 1880. On the other hand, it matches the official name used to promote this heritage and contribute to its inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage list (July 2017). In this context of heritagization, the thesis aims to deconstruct the facts that have led to this change of status and to study the place of the inhabitants in this process. Beyond representations of the ‘Neustadt’, the vernacular decisions of residents are highlighted. At the smaller scale of the revenue house, it looks into how heterogeneous heritage practices coexist and combine.
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Cathy Blanc-Reibel. Transmissions, appropriations et mises en valeur du patrimoine de l'Autre : le cas de la Neustadt, Strasbourg. Architecture, aménagement de l'espace. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAG053⟩. ⟨tel-02271564⟩

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