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RSA Journal Issue 3 2015

Journal

In this issue:

Susan Silberberg explores how placemaking can put heritage in the hands of the community, Peter Saville discusses the importance of intangible heritage and Gillian Tett reflects on the growing presence of online silos.

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  • Razed to life
    Losing our heritage is never easy, but letting go can herald surprising new beginnings.

  • Beyond the bubble
    The increasing compartmentalisation of our online lives threatens to narrow, not expand, our horizons.

  • Mapping heritage
    The RSA’s Heritage Index is provoking new conversations on heritage.

  • Travelling right
    They say travel broadens the mind, but not all tourism promotes the best behaviour.

  • The connected kingdom
    Helping cities empower themselves could strengthen national ties, but first we must devolve real power.

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