« International Journal of Intangible Heritage », II vol. 2007

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Já saiu o 2.º número da revista « International Journal of Intangible Heritage ». Disponível em:
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The International Journal of Intangible Heritage is an annual refereed academic and professional English language journal dedicated to the promotion of the understanding of all aspects of the intangible heritage of the world, and the communication of research and examples of good professional practice.

Contents

Viewpoint
Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage: Key Factors in Implementing the 2003 Convention
Richard Kurin

Main Papers
Gomek Gomanan: Ritual and Power Among the Tagabawa Bagobos of Davao, Mindanao, The Philippines Honey Libertine R. Achanzar

Life and Tradition of the Ababda Nomads in the Egyptian Desert, the Junction between Intangible and Tangible Heritage Management
Jolanda E.M.F. Bos-Seldenthuis

Defining Intangible Cultural Heritage and its Stakeholders: the Case of Japan
Voltaire Garces Cang

The Problems and Opportunities of Content-based Analysis and Description of Ethnic Music
Dirk Moelants, Olmo Cornelis, Marc Leman, Jos Gansemans, Rita De Caluwe, Guy De Tré, Tom Matthé & Axel Hallez

Whalers’ Shanties of Barouallie, St. Vincent: Observations on the Nature, Decline and Revival of a Unique Caribbean Maritime TraditionDaniel Lanier & Vincent Reid

Museums and the Intangible Heritage: the Case Study of the Afrikaans Language Museum
Matilda Burden

Crossing Cultures through the Intangible Heritage: an Educational Programme about Migration in GreeceMaria Vlachaki

Short Papers, Reports & Reviews

– A Major Advance towards a Holistic Approach to Heritage Conservation: the 2003 Intangible Heritage Convention
Mounir Bouchenaki

– Project Report: the National ‘Human Living Treasures’ Programme of the Astra Museum, Sibiu, Romania
Corneliu Ioan Bucur

-2007: the Year of Jeju Folklore Project – Reviving the Cultural Heritage of Nature’s Paradise
Han Minho

– Conference Report: Tangible-Intangible Cultural Heritage: A Sustainable Dichotomy? the 7th Annual Cambridge Heritage Seminar
Charlotte Andrews, Dacia Viejo-Rose, Britt Baillie & Benjamin Morris

– Symposium Report: Only in America? Ethnographic Archives, Communities of Origin and Intangible Cultural Heritage
Martin Skrydstrup

– Project Report: Born in Europe: an International Programme on Representing Migrant Experiences in European Museums
Udo Gößwald

– Book Review
Tim Harte & Ineke Vorster. Indigenous Knowledge on the South African Landscape: Potentials for Agricultural Development (Cape Town: HSRC Press, 2006)
Patrick J. Boylan

– Brief Biographies of the Authors
– Instructions to Contributors

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