|Title||Book Review: Waterways and the cultural landscape|
‘Waterways and the cultural landscape’ is the outcome of an International Conference held in Venice in 2015 on the heritage dimensions of waterscapes and historic canals. Therefore, it is in the spirit to collect some of the most meaningful contributions on this emerging topic that Vallerani and Visentin have successfully attempted to frame and realise a credible editorial proposal. This is never an easy task, given the usual heterogeneity of contributions received, but it is by no means a merit of this edited book.
|Keywords||waterways; cultural landscape; humanistic hydrology|
|Journal||Buildings and Landscapes|
|Journal citation||25 (2), pp. 118-120|
|Publisher||University of Minnesota Press|