Andean cultural heritage: a systemic analysis of Peruvian museums for their representation, preservation, dissemination and sustainability
Keywords:cultural heritage documentation, science and technology, innovation, cultural diversity, multilingualism
Andean Cultural Heritage (ACH) is determined by multiple dimensions: material, intangible and documentary, all of which contribute to constituting its particular identity and characteristics, the formation of solid relationships with other cultures and historical legacy. However, geographical, health, economic, linguistic and social inequalities not only diminish potential benefits, but also the possibilities for their representation, preservation, dissemination and sustainability. The aim of this paper is, therefore, to develop a systemic analysis of the collection and presentation of the available collections in Peruvian museums, with the purpose of establishing strategies and measures that allow ACH to be integrated into the aforementioned benefits, as well as promoting greater participation of the actors involved: institutions, local governments, central government and the citizens themselves.
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Copyright (c) 2021 Mauro Marino-Jiménez, Fany Rojas-Noa, Daniel Morán-Ramos
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