International Journal of Intangible Heritage, vol. IV, 2009

Foi publicado o 4.º número da revista “International Journal of Intangible Heritage” (http://www.ijih.org/)

Sobre a revista:

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.

Este número tem uma pequena contribuição portuguesa. Paulo Ferreira da Costa apresentou um « short paper » sobre o papel do IMC na elaboração de um inventário nacional para o Património Cultural Imaterial. « Drawing-up a nation-wide inventory of intangible heritage in Portugal » é o título do texto.

Conteúdos:

Foreword – Shin Kwang Seop, Chairperson, Editorial Advisory Committee & Director, the National Folk Museum of Korea

Editorial – Amareswar Galla, Editor-in-Chief, Editorial Committee & Professor of Museum Studies, the University of Queensland

Main Papers

Finding the ‘First Voice’ in rural England: the challenges of safeguarding intangible heritage in a national museum – Rhianedd Smith

Conceptualising intangible heritage in the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam: the Layla and Majnun story as a case study – Sadiah Boonstra

Reading the intangible heritage in tangible Akan art – Kwame Amoah Labi

Let the objects speak: online museums and indigenous cultural heritage – Saskia Vermeylen & Jeremy Pilcher

Len Dong- spirit journeys in contemporary urban Vietnam – Ngo Duc Thinh

Investigative research towards the designation of shamanic village rituals as ‘intangible cultural properties’ of the Seoul Metropolitan Government – Yang Jongsung

Safeguarding intangible heritage: five key obstacles facing museums of the North East of England – Michelle L. Stefano

Short Papers, Reports & Reviews

Seeking tangible benefits from linking culture, development and intellectual property – Wend B. Wendland

Drawing-up a nation-wide inventory of intangible heritage in Portugal – Paulo Ferreira da Costa

Investigating the impact of World Heritage site tourism on the intangible heritage of a community: Tsodilo Hills World Heritage site, Botswana – Susan Keitumetse & Olivia Nthoi

The role of cultural and heritage education at Bakoni Malapa Open Air Museum: demonstrations of cultural practices and craftwork techniques – Dan Musinguzi & Israel Kibirige

Brief Biographies of the Contributors
Instructions to Contributors

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