McIntosh, Alastair
November 2007
Interpretation Journal;Autumn2007, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p4
The author shares his views on the association of interpretation on community regeneration. He defined interpretation as education and leading out, but has to be reground. He noted on GalGael Trust's interpretation of cultural and environmental heritage as a matter of calling back the soul with those whose lives have rendered them the canaries down the noxious mines of communities poisoned by poverty, racism, sectarianism and the class system.


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