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This chapter discusses how EU has gradually integrated the use of cultural heritage within its external action, pointing to the various diplomatic goals this has sought to achieve, and considering its ‘strategy for international cultural relations’, which recently adopted an international relations and ‘people-to-people’s approach’. This analysis includes both policy and legal efforts, while also looking at the relevant human rights framework, in order to assess whether the EU’s inclusion of cultural heritage in its external action plays a role with regard to its Member States’ obligations in relation to the international human right to access and enjoy cultural heritage. This chapter thus considers first why the EU has integrated cultural heritage within its external action, taking into account the universal value of cultural heritage, without which there would not be an interest for ‘European’ cultural heritage abroad and vice-versa. The chapter then analyses how cultural heritage has so far been considered by the EU within its diplomatic policy, focusing on the place of cultural heritage within the strategy it adopted in 2016 with regard to culture in external relations. Finally, it will seek to assess whether the use of cultural heritage by the EU in its external relations can be strengthen and, if so, how.

In: Cultural Heritage in the European Union
In: Cultural Rights as Collective Rights
In: Cultural Heritage in the European Union
In: Cultural Heritage in the European Union
In: Cultural Heritage in the European Union
In: Cultural Heritage in the European Union
Cultural Heritage in the European Union provides a critical analysis of the laws and policies which address cultural heritage throughout Europe, considering them in light of the current challenges faced by the Union. The volume examines the matrix of organisational and regulatory frameworks concerned with cultural heritage both in the Union and its Members States, as well as their interaction, cross-fertilisation, and possible overlaps. It brings together experts in their respective fields, including not only legal, but also cultural economists, heritage professionals, government representatives, and historians. The diverse backgrounds of the authors offer a cross-disciplinary approach and a variety of views which allows an in-depth scrutinisation of the latest developments pertaining to cultural heritage in Europe.
In: Cultural Heritage in the European Union
Begriffe und Bilder nach Maurice Blanchot
In den Schriften Maurice Blanchots, der maßgebliche französische Philosophen unserer Zeit geprägt hat, finden sich auch zahlreiche bildtheoretische Überlegungen. Der Band versammelt Beiträge, die seinem Denken des Bildes nachgehen und es für Analysen fruchtbar machen.„Anwesende Abwesenheit“, „enthüllender Schleier“, „Ähnlichkeit, die nichts gleicht“ … – so lauten einige der Beschreibungen des Bildlichen bei Maurice Blanchot. Ihre Verschränkung von begrifflichen Gegensätzen lässt sie ebenso rätselhaft wie faszinierend erscheinen. Diesen überraschenden Wendungen, den Metaphern und Modellen für Bild und Bildlichkeit, die sich in den theoretischen Schriften und den Romanen des französischen Literaten und Literaturkritikers aufspüren lassen, widmet sich dieser Band.