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CUlTURAl HERtTAGE AND LANDSCAPES IN EUROPE LANDSCHAFTEN: KULTURELLES ERBE IN EUROPA Proceedings of the International Conference, Bochum June 8-10, 2007 edited by Christoph Barteis and C1audia Küpper-Eichas
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CUlTURAl HERtTAGE AND LANDSCAPES IN EUROPE LANDSCHAFTEN: KULTURELLES ERBE IN EUROPA Proceedings of the International Conference, Bochum June 8-10, 2007 edited by Christoph Barteis and C1audia Küpper-Eichas 80chum 2008 Contents Rainer Siottal Christoph Barteis Prcface/ Vorwort Almudena Orejas Foreword 9 11 Plenary session Ernst Theodor Rietschel Greetings/ Grußwort Christoph Barteis Introduetion Horst Möller Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and the European Enlightenment Ludwig M. Eichinger Language and Regional Identity Laure U~veque Birth(s) and Rebirth(s) of Landscape Thomas Stöllner Mining Landscapes in Early Societies Imprinting Processes in Pre- and Protohistoric Economies? Rainer Siotta Cultural Landscape and Identity Friedrich jaeger Räume in der Geschichte: Das Beispiel der Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit Worksh I: The Image of the land cape MarUn Knauer The Image as a Source of Historical Evidence: Three Reflections on Image-based Research Melanie Manegold and Frank Bode Picture Postcards as Memories of Former Landscapes Sigrid Schneider Picturing the Landscape 127 Michael Farrenkopf 'Coal: The myth' - The Image of the Ruhr Area as Reflected in the Industrial Photographs of Mining Enterprises 145 Stefan Przigoda Images of the Ruhr District in Films of the Mining Industry 169 Yvonne Zimmermann Negotiating Landscape: Engineering Consent on the Exploitation of Water Power in Swiss Corporate Films 180 Astrid Artner, Bettina Matzdorf Future Landscapes - Scenarios of Landscapes of the Future 192 Workshop 11: Describing Landscapes Oliver Thaßler Associative Cultural Landscapes on the Isle of Rügen 205 Wilhelm Marbach 'e.guide EMIL', the Electronic Medium for Interpretation of the Landscape 218 Bernd Brühöfner Wahrnehmung und Darstellung von Kulturlandschaft und Heimat in der deutschnationalen Literatur: Das Raummodell von Hans Grimm im Roman,Volk ohne Raum' (1926) am Beispiel des ehem. Klosterortes Lippoldsberg a. d. Weser 222 Liliana Pop Metaphors of Mining in the 'Bogland Poems' by Seamus Heaney 262 Tillmann Ouo Tools in Tourism for a Better Understanding of Cultural Landscapes 270 Workshop 11I: Colonisation Landscapes Oriol O/esti Vila and Maamoun Abdulkarim Syrian Cultural Landscapes: Roman Colonisation at Emesa (Homs) 279 Rainer Schreg Before Colonization: Early Medieval Land-Use of Mountainous Regions in Southern and Western Germany 293 Cisela Kangler From the Bohemian Forests to the Bavarian Forest National Parkthe Change of Meaning of a Wilderness in Europe 313 Markus Schwarzer Mountain Wilderness - Cultural Aspects of the Modern Conquest of High Mountains 331 Inge Schjel/erup La Morada, the Land of Canaan and Aiiasco Pueblo a Case Study from the Eastern Siopes of the Andes as an Example of Settlement Formation 342 Work hop IV: Coastal- and Riv r-landscapes Hans-Peter Kuhnen Water Archaeology Indicating Changes in Landscapes: The Mid-Rhine Example 355 Michael Fessner Early Coal-Mining and Coal Shipping - The Example of the River Ruhr in the County of Mark 368 Euphrosyne Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou Kythrea - Kephalovryso (Head-Springl: A Paradise in the Past, a Distorted Landscape in the Present 385 Norbert Fischer Between Land and Sea: The Dike as an Important Element of the North Sea Coastal Landscape 393 Ulf Ickerodt and Matthias Maluck LancewadPlan - Towards the Integrated Management of the Wadden Sea Region's Cultural Heritage: A Consideration of Specific Processes in the Landscape Development of the Wadden Sea Coast 401 Work hop V: Mjning Land capes F.-Javier Sanchez-Palencia, Almudena Orejas and Marra Ruiz dei Arbol The Roman Gold Mines of Northwestern Hispania: Miners and Peasants 427 Albrecht Jockenhäve/, Michael Overbeck Mediaeval Iran Landscapes, Traditions and Innovation - The Genesis of Early Modern Cultural Landscapes between the Rivers Maas and Weser 453 Cötz Alper The Eastern Harz Mountains During the Middle Agesthe Impact of Mining and Metal Production 467 Hans-joachim Kraschewski The Landscape of the Lower Harz 489 Holger Schaaff The Origin and Formation of an Industrial Landscape - The Ancient Quarry and Mining Distriet between the Eifel and the Rhine 499 Luis M' Gutierrez So/er and A/ejandro Casas Criville The Centenillo Mine in the Eastern Sierra Morena Countryside 509 Chrislopher Smart and Peter Claughton The Mining Community and the Landscape: the Impact of Silver Mining on the Historic Landscape in South Devon 521 Workshop VI: Rural Landscape Raimund Rodewa/d Historical Water Supply Channels in the Müstair Valley!Switzeriand and their Evaluation 547 Michae/ Link Cultural Landscapes in Poland between Tradition and Modern Day Sustainable Development in the Conflict between Cultural Heritage and Economic Demands 557 Hans Peter jeschke Die Historische Kulturlandschaft Hallstatt - Dachstein! Salzkammergut im Spiegel aktueller Tourismusstrategien 569 Oliver Bender and Kim Phi/ip Schumacher Periodisation of Agrarian Landscape Dynamics in Low-Mountain Ranges of Southern Germany from Pre-industrial Times to Date 613 Oanie/ Sa/zmann, Matthias Bürgi, Martin Stuber Cultural Landscape and Agrarian Modernization in the Swiss Canton of Berne Thomas Spohn Farmhouses of the 17 th to 20 th Centuries: Mirrors of Cultural Landscape Change in the Ruhr District 649 Contributors' Addresse 667
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