The Yearbook of Transnational History is dedicated to disseminating pioneering research in the field of transnational history. This sixth volume investigates the treatment of tangible and intangible heritage sites created before the advent of nation states and in spaces that are not under the control of nation states. Chapters discuss the appropriation of heritage sites that originated in the era of the Crusades by modern nation states, the lack of national appropriation in the case of transnational sealing sites in Antarctica, the process of recognizing transnational heritage sites in the case of assembly halls created by the transnational labor movement, and the treatment of potential heritage sites in outer space.
Thomas Adam is professor of political science at the University of Arkansas.
Barry L. Stiefel and Shelley-Anne Peleg
Anastasia L. Pratt
Barry L. Stiefel
Michael Pearson and Melisa A. Salerno
10Aerospatial Heritage Sites: A Borderless, Transnational Heritage of Valued, Meaningful Sites at Altitude
Ryan N. Sisak