Dr Amareswar Galla

Professor and Director, ICICL;
PhD, Australian National University, Canberra
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  • Environmental sustainability

  • Cultural Sustainability studies

  • Sustainable Heritage Development

  • Museum studies

  • Galla, A. (2020) ‘What Museums Post-Pandemic?’ Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy/Zeitschrift für Kulturmanagement und Kulturpolitik6(2), pp.221-238.
  • Galla, A. (2019) ‘Amaravathi Heritage Town–Reflections on the Historic Cultural Landscape Approach, Reshaping Urban Conservation, pp. 79-90, Springer, Singapore.
  • Galla, A. (2016) ‘Insearch of the Inclusive Museum1’, Museums, Ethics and Cultural Heritage.
  • Galla, A. (2015) ‘The Stranger is Present’, The Stranger, p. 163.
  • Galla, A. (2013) ‘El museo inclusivo’, Museos. es: Revista de la Subdirección General de Museos Estatales9, p. 40.
  • Galla, A. (2013) ‘Benchmarking diversity in museums’.
  • Galla, A. ed. (2012) ‘World Heritage: benefits beyond borders’, Cambridge University Press.
  • Galla, A. (2010) ‘Social Ecology of Museums in the Digital Domain’, Emerging Digital Spaces in Contemporary Society, pp. 272-273, Palgrave Macmillan, London.
  • Galla, A. (2009) ‘Locating culture in sustainable development’.
  • Galla, A. (2009) ‘In the End-There is the Beginning’.
  • Galla, A. (2008) ‘The ‘first voice’ in heritage conservation’, International Journal of Intangible Heritage3, pp. 10-25.
  • Galla, A. (2006) ‘Museums in sustainable heritage development: A case study of Vietnam’, INTERCOM 2006 Conference.
  • Galla, A. (2005) ‘Cultural diversity in ecomuseum development in Viet Nam’, Museum International57(3), pp.101-109.
  • Galla, A. (2005) ‘Krishnas Dilemma: Art museums in human development’, Art and Social Change: Contempory Art in Asia and the Pacific, Pandanus Books.
  • Galla, A. (2004) ‘Integrating the Tangible and Intangible Museums in Sustainable Development’, 北京国际博物馆馆长论坛论文.
  • Galla, A. (2002) ‘Culture and heritage in development: Ha Long Ecomuseum, a case study from Vietnam’, Humanities research9(1), pp. 63-76.
  • Galla, A. (2002) ‘Heritage and tourism in sustainable development: Ha Long Bay case study’, Cultural Heritage, Man and Tourism, p. 135.
  • Galla, A. (2001) ‘Guidebook for the participation of young people in heritage conservation’, Unesco.
  • Galla, A. (1999) ‘Transformation in South Africa: A legacy challenged’, Museum international51(2), pp.38-43.
  • Galla, A. (1998) ‘The Tshwane Declaration: setting standards for heritage tourism in South Africa’, Museum international50(4), pp.38-42.
  • Galla, A. (1995) ‘Urban museology: an ideology for reconciliation’, Museum International47(3), pp.40-45.
  • Galla, A. (1995) ‘Authenticity: rethinking heritage diversity in a pluralistic framework’, Nara conference on authenticity in relation to the World Heritage Convention. Proceedings, (pp. p-315).
  • Galla, A. (1993) ‘Training as access: guidelines for the development of heritage curricula and cultural diversity.
  • Galla, A. (1990) ‘Multiculturalising the Muses’, AICCM bulletin16(1-2), pp.35-38.
  • Galla, A. (1987) ‘Towards a reinterpretation of the early history of the regions of the Indian Ocean’, Asian Studies Review11(1), pp.15-22.
  • Galla, A. (1983) ‘Society against the state: perspectives on the history of early Andhra Pradesh’, Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association4, pp.51-57.
  • Galla, A., 1984. The articulation of the local power structure in early South India. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies7(2), pp.31-46.
  • Galla, A. (1982) ‘Society against the state: perspectives on the history of early Andhra Pradesh’.
  • Cummins, A., Farmer, K., Russell, R. and Galla, A. eds. (2013) Plantation to Nation: Caribbean Museums and National Identity. Common Ground.
  • Galla, A. and Gershevitch, C. (2010) ‘FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND BELIEF, CULTURE and THE ARTS’, Civilization7, p.8.
  • Roders, A.P., ter Keurs, P., Pottgiesser, U., Fatoric, S., Turner, M., Boccaletti, G., Galla, A., Yildirim, E., Macdonald, S., Fernandez, N.B. and Ozcakir, O. (2019) ‘Heritage and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’, TU Delft, The Netherlands.
  • Camara, E., Danto, A.C., Dhlomo, B., Diab, R., Galla, A., Gilman, S., Fusco, C., Klopper, S., Martin, J.H. and Mcevilley, T. (1995) ‘Africus: Johannesburg Biennale: but is it art?.
  • Morris, J., Steel, P., Flynn, T., Pes, J., Mulh’earn, D., Fisher, D., Heal, S., Heywood, F., Favelle, K., Menu, M. and Dufrêne, T., ‘Language selection’, Archaeology19850900, p.19851000.
  • Galla, A. and Gershevitch, C. ‘Freedom of Religion and Belief’, Religion7, p.8.

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