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Introduction: Management of Religion, Sacralization of Heritage
Oscar Salemink, Irene Stengs, Ernst van den Hemel

Chapter 1. The Redundant Church: Heritage Management of the Religious-Sacred-Secular Nexus
Clare Haynes

Chapter 2. ‘A Sense of Presence’: The Significance of Spirituality in an English Heritage Regime
Ferdinand de Jong

Chapter 3. Churches as Places of Worship, Cultural Heritage and National Symbols: Centralism, Autonomy and the Hybrid Nature of Church-state Relations in Denmark
Ulla Kjær and Poul Grinder-Hansen

Chapter 4. World-Heritagization, Bureaucratization and Hybridization in Two Religious Heritage Sites in Denmark
Sofie Isager Ahl, Rasmus Rask Poulsen, Oscar Salemink

Chapter 5. Challenging or Confirming the National Sacred? Managing the Power Place at Wawel Hill in Kraków
Anna Niedźwiedź

Chapter 6. Playing the Game of Truth: The National Heritage Regime in Poland and Contemporary Paganism
Kamila Baraniecka-Olszewska

Chapter 7. Curating Culture and Religion: Lusotropicalism and the Management of Heritage in Portugal
Maria Cadeira da Silva and Clara Saraiva

Chapter 8. Between Catholic Nationalism and Interreligious Cosmopolitanism: Religious Heritage in Fátima and Mouraria, Portugal
Anna Fedele and José Mapril

Chapter 9. To Applaud or Not to Applaud? Bach’s Saint Matthew's Passion and Management of Sacrality in the Netherlands
Ernst van den Hemel

Chapter 10. Moral Management and Secularized Religious Heritage in the Netherlands: 
The Case of the Utrecht St Martin Celebrations
Welmoed Wagenaar

Afterword: Heritage as Management of Sacralities
Oscar Salemink

Managing Sacralities

Competing and Converging Claims of Religious Heritage

Edited by Ernst van den Hemel, Oscar Salemink, and Irene Stengs

280 pages, 20 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-617-7 Hb Published (September 2022)

This title is published as Open Access

Full Text PDF | Full Text ePUB Made available under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license with support from the Dutch National Research Council (NWO license, the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, and the Meertens Institute.