This new antology edited by three Swedish researchers explores places and buildings of human history and cultural heritage by looking for pathways. Fifteen researchers from countries including India, Israel and the UK and the researchers describe pathways from a range of perspectives divided into three parts: history, storytelling and cultural heritage.
The cultural heritage part of the book represents an innovative perspective in which pathways remain overlooked. For example, they examine an old building in Gothenburg which is important cultural heritage, and the 8 km trail in Skatås.
The name of the anthology is: "Pathways: Exploring the Roots of a Movement Heritage". This open access is available here.