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The Routledge companion to intangible cultural heritage / edited by Peter Davis, Michelle L. Stefano.

London : Routledge, 2016.

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  • Title:
    The Routledge companion to intangible cultural heritage / edited by Peter Davis, Michelle L. Stefano.
  • Contributor: Peter Davis 1947 November 15- editor.;
    Michelle L. Stefano editor.
  • Other Titles: Variant Title: Intangible cultural heritage
  • Subjects: Cultural property; Cultural property -- Protection; Intangible property;
    Dewey: 363.69
  • Rights: Terms governing use: Copyright.
    Access restrictions: NON_PRINT_LEGAL_DEPOSIT
  • Publication Details: London : Routledge, 2016.
  • Language: English
  • Description: Contents:

    Introduction Michelle Stefano and Peter Davis

    A Decade Later: Critical Reflections on the UNESCO-ICH Paradigm

    1. Development of UNESCO’s 2003 Convention: Creating a New Heritage Protection Paradigm? Janet Blake
    2. The Examination of Nomination Files under the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Rieks Smeets and Harriet Deacon
    3. A Conversation with Richard Kurin
    4. Placing Intangible Cultural Heritage, Owing a Tradition,
    Contents: Affirming Sovereignty: the Role of Spatiality in the Practice of the 2003 Convention Chiara Bortolloto
    5. Is Intangible Cultural Heritage an Anthropological Topic? Towards Interdisciplinarity in France Christian Hottin and Sylvie Grenet
    6. The Impact of UNESCO’s 2003 Convention on National Policy-making: Developing a New Heritage Protection Paradigm? Janet Blake

    Reality Check: The Challenges Facing ICH Safeguarding

    7. From the Bottom Up: the Identification and Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Guyana Aron Mazel, Gerard Corsane,
    Contents: Raquel Thomas and Samantha James
    8. Making the Past Pay? Intangible (Cultural) Heritage in South Africa and Mauritius Rosabelle Boswell
    9. A Conversation with Yelsy Hernández Zamora on Intangible Cultural Heritage in Cuba
    10. The Management of Intangible Cultural Heritage in China Tracey L-D Lu
    11. Ageing Musically: Tangible Sites of Intangible Cultural Heritage Bradley Hanson
    12. Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Czech Republic: Between National and Local Heritage Petr Janeček
    13. Damming Ava Mezin:  Challenges to Safeguarding Minority Intangible Cultural Heritage in Turkey Sarah Elliott
    14. Documenting and Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage: the Experience in Scotland Alison McCleery and Jared Bowers

    Intangible Cultural Heritage Up Close

    15. Officially Ridin’ Swangas: Slab as Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage
    Contents: in Houston, Texas Langston Collin Wilkins
    16. Locating Intangible Cultural Heritage in Norway Joel Taylor
    17. Intangible Cultural Heritage in India: Reflections on Selected Forms of Dance Parasmoni Dutta
    18. Second-hand as Living Heritage: Intangible Dimensions of Things with History
    Staffan Appelgren and Anna Bohlin
    19. A Conversation with Linina Phuttitarn on Safeguarding a Spiritual Festival in Thailand
    20. Public Experiences and the Social Capacity of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Japan: Bingata,

    Contents: a Textile-Dyeing Practice from Okinawa Sumiko Sarashima
    21. Stretching the Dough: Economic Resiliency and the Kinaesthetics of Food Heritage across the US-Mexico Border Maribel Alvarez

    Intangible Cultural Heritage and Place

    22. Refuting Timelessness: Emerging Relationships to Intangible Cultural Heritage for Younger Indigenous Australians Amanda Kearney and Gabrielle Kowalewski
    23. Common Ground: Insurgence, Imagination and Intangible Cultural Heritage Jos Smith
    24. Indigenous Geography and Place-Based Intangible Cultural Heritage RDK Herman
    25. ‘If there’s no place to dance to it, it’s going to die’: A Conversation on the Living Tradition of Baltimore Club Music and the Importance of Place Michelle L.
    Contents: Stefano with Christopher Clayton and Baronhawk Poitier
    26. Landscape and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Interactions, Memories and Meanings Maggie Roe

    Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Archives

    27. Making History Tangible: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews,
    Contents: Warsaw Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
    28. A Conversation with Clifford Murphy on Archives and Intangible Cultural Heritage
    29. Bin Jelmood House: Narrating an Intangible History in Qatar Scott Cooper and Karen Exell
    30. Standing in the Gap: Lumbee Cultural Preservation at the Baltimore American Indian Center Ashley Minner
    31. A Conversation with Tara Gujadhur on the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Center in Laos
    32. Museums and Intangible Cultural Heritage in Lusophone Countries Ana Mercedes Stoffel and Isabel Victor

    Alternative Approaches to Safeguarding and Promoting Intangible Cultural Heritage

    33. Safeguarding Maritime Intangible Cultural Heritage: Ecomuseum Batana, Croatia Dragana Lucija Ratković Aydemir
    34. Reflections of a Heritage Professional: Intangible Cultural Heritage at the Ecomuseum of Terraces and Vineyards,
    Contents: Italy Donatella Murtas
    35. Conveying Peruvian Intangible Heritage through Digital Environments Natalie Underberg-Goode
    36. Growing Ecomuseums on the Canadian Prairies: Prospects for Intangible Cultural Heritage Glenn Sutter
    37. The Intangible Made Tangible in Wales Einir M. Young, Gwenan H. Griffith, Marc Evans, S. Arwel Jones
    38. A Conversation with Paula dos Santos and Marcelle Pereira on Intangible Cultural Heritage and Social and Ecological Justice

  • Identifier: ISBN 9781317506881 (ePub ebook) : £150.00; ISBN £150.00; ISBN 9781317506898 (PDF ebook) : £150.00; ISBN 9781317506874 (Mobipocket ebook) : £150.00; ISBN 9781315716404 (ebook) : £150.00; BNB GBB6K4892; System number: 018142248
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Series: Routledge companions
  • Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection DRT ELD.DS.109981
  • UIN: BLL01018142248

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