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More than half of the world’s population now live in urban areas, and cities provide the setting for contemporary challenges such as population growth, mass tourism and unequal access to socio-economic opportunities. Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability examines the impact of these issues on urban heritage, considering innovative approaches to managing developmental pressures and focusing on how taking an ethical, inclusive and holistic approach to urban planning and heritage conservation may create a stronger basis for the sustainable growth of cities in the future.

This volume is a timely analysis of current theories and practises in urban heritage, with particular reference to the conflict between, and potential reconciliation of, conservation and development goals. A global range of case studies detail a number of distinct practical approaches to heritage on international, national and local scales. Chapters reveal the disjunctions between international frameworks and national implementation and assess how internationally agreed concepts can be misused to justify unsustainable practices or to further economic globalisation and political nationalism. The exclusion of many local communities from development policies, and the subsequent erosion of their cultural heritage, is also discussed, with the collection emphasising the importance of ‘grass roots’ heritage and exploring more inclusive and culturally responsive conservation strategies.

Journal articles, book chapters and consultancy papers

Labadi, S. 2020. Afterword: Superdiversity and new approaches to heritage and identities in Europe: the way forward. In: Colomer, L. and Catalani, A. eds. Heritage Discourses in Europe: Responding to Migration, Mobility, and Cultural Identities in the 21st Century. Arc Humanities Press, 111-115.

Labadi, S. 2019. The Cultural Turn in International Aid? Setting the Scene. In: Labadi, S. (ed). The cultural turn in international aid: impacts and challenges for heritage and the creative industries. London: Routledge, 1-14.

Labadi, S. 2019. UNESCO, Culture, Aid and Development the New Millennium. In: Labadi, S. (ed). The cultural turn in international aid: impacts and challenges for heritage and the creative industries. London: Routledge, 73-88.

Labadi, S. 2019. The Future of International Aid for Cultural Projects. In: Labadi, S. (ed). The cultural turn in international aid: impacts and challenges for heritage and the creative industries. London: Routledge, 243-252.

Labadi, S. 2019. Re-examining World Heritage and sustainable development. In: Bharne, V. and Sandmeier, T. (eds). Routledge Companion of Global Heritage Conservation. London: Routledge, 15-26.

Labadi, S. 2018. UNESCO, World Heritage Convention (1972). Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer. 

Labadi, S. 2018. Migrants: les musées ont un role à jouer. The Conversation France. 22 Février. http://theconversation.com/migrants-les-musees-ont-un-role-a-jouer-92075

Labadi, S. 2018. What Museums must do to get more migrants through their doors. The Conversation. 14 February. https://theconversation.com/what-museums-must-do-to-get-more-immigrants-through-their-doors-88273

Labadi, S. 2018. World Heritage and Gender Equality. In: Larsen, P. and Logan, W. (eds). World Heritage and Sustainable Development: new directions in World Heritage Management. London: Routledge, 87-100.

Labadi, S. 2018. Historical, theoretical and international considerations on culture, heritage and (sustainable) development. In: Larsen, P. and Logan, W. (eds). World Heritage and Sustainable Development: New Directions in World Heritage Management. London: Routledge, 37-49.

– Labadi, S. 2017. UNESCO, heritage and sustainable development: international discourses and local impacts. In Gould, P. and Pyburn, A. (eds). Promise and Peril: Archaeology Engaging with Economic Development. New York: Springer, 45-60.

– Chilton, E. and Labadi, S. 2016. From the Editors. Heritage and Society 9.1., 1-2.

– Appendino, F., Giliberto, F. and Labadi, S. 2016. The role of Environmental and Heritage Impact Assessment in Liverpool World Heritage site. Valori e Valutazioni 17, 1-16.

– Labadi, S. and Logan, W. 2015. Approaches to urban heritage, development and sustainability. In: Labadi, S. and Logan, W. (eds). Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability. London: Routledge, 1-21.

– Labadi, S. 2015. Measuring the socio-economic impacts of heritage-led development: the cases of Liverpool (UK) and Lille (France). In: Labadi, S. and Logan, W. (eds). Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability. London: Routledge, 137-150.

– Labadi, S. and Gould, P. 2015. Sustainable Development: Heritage, Community, Economics. In Meskell, L. (ed). Global Heritage: A Reader. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 196-216.

– Chilton, E. and Labadi, S. 2015. From the Editors. Heritage and Society 8.2, 95-96.

– Chilton, E. and Labadi, S. 2015. From the Editors. Heritage and Society 8.1, 1-2.

– Labadi, 2014. UNESCO, States Parties and Outstanding Universal Value. In Proceedings. Understanding Heritage Values. Eindhoven University of Technology.

– Labadi, S. 2014. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Convention. Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, 7434-7439.

– Chilton, E. and Labadi, S. 2014. From the Editors. Heritage and Society 7.2. 103-104.

– Labadi, S. 2013. The National Museum of the Immigration History (Paris; France): neo-colonialist representations, silencing, and re-appropriation. Journal of Social Archaeology 13, 310-33.

– Labadi, S. 2013. Culture and Social cohesion. Position paper drafted for discussion at the May 2013 UNESCO International Congress ‘Culture: Key to Sustainable Development’ in Hangzhou (China).

– Labadi, S. 2012. Public Policy: Introduction. In: Silberman, N. (ed). The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. 2nd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 672-673.

– Labadi, S. 2012. Public Policy: conventions. The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. 2nd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 680-683.

– Labadi, S. 2012. Public Policy: charters. The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. 2nd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 684-687.

– Labadi, S. 2012. International Organizations. The Oxford Companion to Archaeology. 2nd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 109-112.

 

– Rojas, E. and Labadi, S. 2012. Heritage Management and Development for Social Inclusion and Economic Development. The World Bank Guidance Note. Unpublished document.

– Labadi, S. 2011. Intangible Heritage and Sustainable Development – Realistic Outcome or Wishful Thinking? Heritage and Society 4.1.

– Labadi, S. 2010. Investing in cultural diversity. International Social Science Journal. N. 199.

– Labadi, S. 2010. World Heritage, Authenticity and Post-authenticity. In Labadi, S. and Long, C. (eds). Heritage and Globalization. London: Routledge, 64-84.

– Long, C. and Labadi, S. 2010. Introduction. In Labadi, S. and Long, C. (eds). Heritage and Globalization. London: Routledge, 1-16.

– Labadi, S. 2010. Socio-Economic Impacts of cultural projects in Great Britain. In: ARCADE. Culture as a tool for development: challenges of analysis and action. CNFPT publications, 206-223.

– Labadi, S. 2009. Literature review of indicators on culture and development, Unpublished report submitted to UNESCO.

– Labadi, S. 2009. Le patrimoine culturel, facteur d’insertion sociale des jeunes des zones sensibles. ESPOIR, N°156.

– Labadi, S. and Wintzerith, S. 2008. ICOM and ICOMOS, between interculturalism and universalism; dans Patrimoine et Mondialisation, Groupe de Recherche sur les Musées et le Patrimoine. Paris: L’Harmattan, 77-94.

– Labadi, S. 2008. Lieux de culture, inclusion et cohésion sociale. Unpublished report written for the Charles de Gaulle Foundation.

– Labadi, S. 2008. Chapter 1. Cultural diversity in a globalising world. Unpublished document submitted as part of the UNESCO World Report on cultural diversity.

– Labadi, S. 2008. Chapter 8. Cultural diversity and governance. Unpublished document submitted as part of the UNESCO World Report on cultural diversity.

– Labadi, S. 2007. Representations of the nation and cultural diversity in discourses on World Heritage. Journal of Social Archaeology 7.2, 147-170.

– Labadi, S. 2005. A review of the Global Strategy for a Balanced, Representative and Credible World Heritage List 1994-2004.Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 7.2, 89-102.

– Cleere, H. and Labadi, S. 2003. Chapter 1. In. ICOMOS: Analysis of the World Heritage List and Tentative Lists: Cultural and Mixed Properties. A study carried out by ICOMOS at the request of the World Heritage Committee. Paris: ICOMOS.

– Labadi, S. 2003. From a ‘clash of civilisations’ to reconciliation? A response to R. Matthews. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 14.1, 10-13.

– Labadi, S. 2003. The Importance, Conservation and Management of Industrial Heritage sites in Chile. Industrial Patrimony 9.1, 65-72.