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Appropriation et territorialisation du patrimoine : quels enjeux pour quelles ambitions ? Cas d'étude de l'île Maurice

Abstract : O World Heritage sites really belong ta humanity, to everyone? Ta this question, the issues of territorialisation and appropriation of a heritage site have been studied in order ta highlight the balance of power and social inequalities produced as they appear in the spatial dimension. Mauritius has been the focus of this study because despite its small size, the memory of its population and their identities are still being debated. The analysis of the representations as well as the practices of appropriation and territorialisation of its two World Heritage Sites produce multi-scalar offsets and thus, movements of appropriation as well as of dis-appropriation. Thus, are played in these spaces, the legitimization and the hierarchy of different components of the Mauritian society
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Chaya Hurnath. Appropriation et territorialisation du patrimoine : quels enjeux pour quelles ambitions ? Cas d'étude de l'île Maurice. Géographie. Université de la Réunion, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LARE0022⟩. ⟨tel-02467913⟩

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