Suojellut muistot

Arkeologisen perinnön hallinnan kieli, käsitteet ja ideologia

    Forskningsoutput: AvhandlingDoktorsavhandlingMonografi

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    The dissertation explores the key concepts of archaeological heritage management in Finland: their aspects, definitions and meanings, the history of the concepts and especially the contemporary, official discourse surrounding them – the ways in which people represent, talk and write about archaeological heritage [arkeologinen perintö] and ancient remains [muinaisjäännös]. The social context of the study was focused on the Finnish archaeologists who worked in the intersecting fields of heritage management and academic archaeology. The texts, produced by the archaeologists, were analysed by means of critical discourse analysis; the findings of the analysis were compared to one of the most important contributions in the development of critical heritage studies: Laurajane Smith's (2005) theory of the authorized heritage discourse (AHD).

    The study dissects the ideologies, identities and interaction which are constructed and maintained by the Finnish AHD. Consistent with Smith s arguments, the Finnish AHD appears as an ideological construction that is dominated by heritage officials and experts, and thus excludes other members of society from taking part in the processes that define heritage. The world view of the AHD represents reality as being divided into indisputable and naturalized conceptual categories, as well as into the quantitative results of measurements and numbers in the pursuit of scientific rigour. Archaeological heritage is defined and evaluated by the experts as material objects whose physical integrity, interpretation and representation of which archaeologists control.

    The AHD is maintained in the network of official texts which concatenate and refer to each other. The vital intertextual element of these texts is derived from the Finnish Antiquities Act, prepared in the 1950s, which carries the connotations of nationalism and a juridical discourse. The social significance of heritage management, protection and research of archaeological heritage is thus reduced to obeying the law in the AHD.

    The results and the conclusions of the study, concerning the historical contingency, causes, effects and action of the official heritage discourse, are vital in order to promote the more inclusive and participatory heritage practices in Finland in the future, the democratised heritage discourse , which consists in the emancipatory interest of the research.

    Keywords: archaeological heritage, cultural heritage, cultural environment,
    management, discourse analysis, concepts
    Originalspråkfinska
    UtgivningsortHelsinki
    Förlag
    Tryckta ISBN978-951-51-2241-4
    Elektroniska ISBN978-951-51-2242-1
    StatusPublicerad - 10 jun 2016
    MoE-publikationstypG4 Doktorsavhandling (monografi)

    Vetenskapsgrenar

    • 615 Historia och arkeologi

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    Suojellut muistot : Arkeologisen perinnön hallinnan kieli, käsitteet ja ideologia. / Enqvist, Johanna.

    Helsinki : Helsingin yliopisto, 2016. 473 s.

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