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Epilogue: Clearing the Path towards Civilization – 150 Years of “Saving Angkor”

  • Michael FalserEmail author
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Abstract

This epilogue to the edited volume intends to highlight the astonishing continuity of “civilizing projects,” from colonial through to post-colonial and globalized eras, in the same object of built cultural heritage in Cambodia. Using a historic photograph as our point of departure, this epilogue will take the reader on a transcultural journey through the different pathways of cultural heritage constructions that developed around the famous temple of Angkor Wat between 1860 and 2010. The temple’s central causeway will be used as a motif and metaphor for the “civilizing path” taken by the mission to “Save Angkor,” which has been declared by varying cultural brokers and political regimes in and between Asia and Europe through the past 150 years.

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Cultural Heritage World Heritage Khmer Rouge Hague Convention UNESCO World Heritage 
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