Contemporary Aesthetics. A Topographic Attempt

Espes. The Slovak Journal of Aesthetics 9 (2):3-9 (2019)
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In this short paper, I examine the notion of everyday heritage as developed by Lisa Giombini in her article Everyday Heritage and Place-Making. While I argue that the article’s main contribution is to combine the literature on place-making with current debates in everyday aesthetics, I also highlight some of the issues that I think should be addressed to further refine the notion of ‘everyday heritage’ and make it more resistant to criticism.



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