International Journal of Heritage Studies

(The TQCC of International Journal of Heritage Studies is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Indigenous governance of cultural heritage: searching for alternatives to co-management23
Harnessing cultural heritage for sustainable development: an analysis of three internationally funded projects in MENA Countries22
The geocultural heritage of the Silk Roads19
Authenticity and heritage conservation: seeking common complexities beyond the ‘Eastern’ and ‘Western’ dichotomy19
Heritage sites, value and wellbeing: learning from the COVID-19 pandemic in England16
The past as a catalyst for cultural sustainability in historic cities; the case of Doha, Qatar16
Digitalising endangered cultural heritage in Southeast Asian cities: preserving or replacing?15
Critical heritage and the posthumanities: problems and prospects14
Safeguarding intangible heritage through edutainment in China’s creative urban environments14
Curating the selective memory of gentrification: the Wulixiang Shikumen Museum in Xintiandi, Shanghai13
Difficult heritage and digital media: ‘selfie culture’ and emotional practices at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe12
Necessary conditions for integrated approaches to the post-conflict recovery of cultural heritage in the Arab World12
Building a bridge: opportunities and challenges for intangible cultural heritage at the intersection of institutions, civic society, and migrant communities12
Situating (in)significance12
Cultural landscapes and the UNESCO World Heritage List: perpetuating European dominance12
A cultural justice approach to popular music heritage in deindustrialising cities11
Conceptualisation of heritage diplomacy in scholarship11
Relationality and territoriality: rethinking policy circulation of industrial heritage reuse in Chongqing, China11
The making of the Grand Canal in China: beyond knowledge and power11
The UNESCO imprimatur: creating global (in)significance10
Heritage, values and gentrification: the redevelopment of historic areas in China10
Does intra-disciplinary historic preservation scholarship address the exigent issues of practice? Exploring the character and impact of preservation knowledge production in relation to critical herita8
Sustaining intangible heritage through video game storytelling - the case of the Sami Game Jam8
Toilets first, temples second: adopting heritage in neoliberal India8
Stories of feelings and things: intangible heritage from within the built heritage paradigm in the UK8
The role of cultural heritage in visitor narratives of peatlands: analysis of online user-generated reviews from three peatland sites in England8
White death: finnish world war two narrative and alternative heritage work in social media7
Unveiling children’s perceptions of World Heritage Sites: a visual and qualitative approach7
Time-space politics and heritagisation in Africa: understanding where to begin decolonisation7
Dilemmas of protection: decolonising the regulation of genetic resources as cultural heritage7
Revitalising place-based commercial heritage: A Cultural Political Economy approach to the renaissance of lambic beers in Belgium6
When Rivers Were Trails: cultural expression in an indigenous video game6
Making space for co-creation: heritage attractions that host contemporary art6
3D visualisation, communities and the production of significance6
Digital Holocaust memory on social media: how Italian Holocaust museums and memorials use digital ecosystems for educational and remembrance practice6
Commercialization without over-commercialization: normative conundrums across heritage rationalities6
Why look at taxidermy animals? Exhibiting, curating and mourning the Sixth Mass Extinction Event6
Walking in the historic neighbourhoods of Beijing: walking as an embodied encounter with heritage and urban developments5
Curating the Partition: dissonant heritage and Indian nation building5
How does music heritage get lost? Examining cultural heritage loss in community and authorised music archives5
The relevance of researching video games and cultural heritage5
Recasting witnessing in museums: digital interactive displays for dialogic remembering5
Navigating contested memories in a commercialised setting: conflict avoidance strategies in Kyiv city tour guiding5
Colonial representations of race in alternative museums: The ‘African’ of St Benet’s, the ‘Arab’ of Jorvik, and the ‘Black Viking’5
The ‘preservation by relocation’ of Huizhou vernacular architecture: shifting notions on the authenticity of rural heritage in China5
Visionscapes: combining heritage and urban gardening to enhance areas requiring regeneration4
Social valuation of protected cultural assets: the railway heritage between Jundiaí and Campinas (Brazil)4
The cross-sectoral linkage between cultural heritage and security: how cultural heritage has developed as a security issue?4
Colliding epistemologies, productive tensions and usable pasts in the generation of heritage-led immersive experiences4
Uneasy associations? Critique, cultural heritage and the Mediterranean4
National identities and war heritage: acceptance and resistance of an authorised heritage discourse among visitors to the Australian War Memorial4
The Islamic State’s Targeting of Christians and their Heritage: Genocide, Displacement and Reconciliation4
Introduction: (in)significance – values and valuing in heritage4
Heritage, community participation and the state: case of the Kalbeliya dance of India4
New monuments for the new India: heritage-making in a ‘timeless city’4
The management of minority heritage: critical challenges to Vietnamese Catholic heritage seen from the case study of Bui Chu Cathedral4
Heritage conservation as a territorialised urban strategy: conservative reuse of socialist industrial heritage in China4
Decolonising Babylon4
Shiraz’s heritage gardens during the political turmoil in Twentieth-century Iran4
Heritages of hunger: European famine legacies in current academic debates4
Military, meaning, and tactical myopia: representations of weapons at the Royal Canadian Artillery Museum4
’Gooseberry is the only thing left’ – a study of declining biological cultural heritage at abandoned crofts in the province of Södermanland, Sweden4
Protecting Indigenous heritage objects, places, and values: challenges, responses, and responsibilities4
Exploring Deaf heritage futures through critical design and ‘Public Things’4
The politics and ethical dilemmas of architectural conservation in an unrecognised state: insights from northern Cyprus4
The practice and potential of heritage emotion research: an experimental mixed-methods approach to investigating affect and emotion in a historic house4
Recognising values of China’s scenic and historic interest areas as world heritage cultural landscapes: Lushan case study4
The use of past events as political symbols in Spain. The example of Vox and the need for a new archaeology of ethnicity4
Unravelling histories: researching uneasy heritage associations in Oran, Algeria3
Fluctuation between AHD and cultural intimacy: heritagisation of a historic private house in Qingtian, China3
Practice barriers towards intangible heritage within the UK built heritage sector3
Reimagining the ‘Central Plains’ (Zhongyuan) and ‘Borderlands’ (Bianjiang): the cultural heritage scholarship of the Ancient Tea Horse Road (Chamagudao) of Southwest China3
Heritagization of religious sites: in search of visitor agency and the dialectics underlying heritage planning assemblages3
Local museum, national history: curating Shanghai’s history in the context of a changing China (1994–2018)3
Heritage languages and language as heritage: the language of heritage in Canada and beyond3
The politics of memory in post-accord Colombia: interventions from women social leaders and decolonial feminisms3
Encountering the machinery of bureaucracy - enacting cultural heritage as facts, maps, and mathematics in environmental impact assessments3
‘Living in a postcard’: creatively exploring cultural heritage with young people living in Scottish island communities3
(Re)inventing intangible cultural heritage through the market in Greece3
Women’s representation and participation in UNESCO heritage discourse3
The restricted heritage significance of historic mosques in Qatar3
Rethinking game heritage – towards reflexivity in game preservation3
Digital spectres: the Notre-Dame effect3
On the front-line: controlling the illicit cultural heritage trade in Norway3
Linking public health and heritage work3
Remaking generational memory: practices of de-canonisation at historical museums3
Showing themselves: Indigenous people, cultural heritage promotion and community development in Northern Argentina3
Digital surrogacy: politics and aesthetics in visualising the historical past of a city3
Embodying ressentimentful victimhood: virtual reality re-enactment of the Warsaw uprising in the Second World War Museum in Gdańsk3
Roses and castles: competing visions of canal heritage and the making of place3
Resisting clearance and reclaiming place in Cyprus’ state forests through the work of heritage3
Benefit or burden? The world heritage listing of libo karst, China3