Research references on the implementation of the 2003 Convention

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The 2003 Convention Research Bibliography provides an interactive bibliography of research references related to the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and its implementation.

Based on work initiated in 2012, this project is hosted by UNESCO and led by an editorial group of independent researchers, with the support of volunteer researchers.

It intends to foster better communication among researchers working in the field of intangible cultural heritage and enhance dissemination of ICH-related research for all stakeholders involved in the implementation of the 2003 Convention (States Parties, communities, practitioners, civil society, UNESCO Secretariat and others).

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  • Nations, U. 2014. Civil Society Space and the United Nations Human Right System. United Nations.

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nepal, G. O. 2015. Cultural Heritage.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nepal, G. O. 2015. Cultural Heritage.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Government Of Nepal
      Title Cultural Heritage
      Book title Nepal Earthquake 2015: Post Disaster Needs Assessment Vol. B: Sector Reports.
      Year 2015
      Pages 65-75
      organization(s) Government of Nepal
      Publisher National Planning Commission
      Language English
    • Themes:

      Emergency situations, Environment, Degraded habitat, Loss of cultural spaces, Natural disasters

    • Country:

      Nepal

    • Suggested by:

      Alice Thibault (2019-07-25)

    • Public URL:

      https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/PDNA-volume-B_0.pdf

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nettleford, R. (2004) Migration, transmission and maintenance of the intangible heritage. IN Museum International, 56. 78–83.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nettleford, R. (2004) Migration, transmission and maintenance of the intangible heritage. IN Museum International, 56. 78–83.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nettleford, Rex
      ISSN 1468-0033
      Journal Museum International
      Language English
      Number 1?2
      Pages 78--83
      Title Migration, transmission and maintenance of the intangible heritage
      Volume 56
      Year 2004
    • Themes:

      Migration

    • Public URL:

      https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1350-0775.2004.00460.x

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Newman, A. & Mclean, F. (2004) Presumption, policy and practice. IN International Journal of Cultural Policy, 10. 167–181.

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Neyrinck, J. (2017) Intangible Cultural Heritage in Times of ‘Superdiversity’: Exploring Ways of Transformation. IN International Journal of Intangible Heritage, 12.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Neyrinck, J. (2017) Intangible Cultural Heritage in Times of ‘Superdiversity’: Exploring Ways of Transformation. IN International Journal of Intangible Heritage, 12.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Neyrinck, Jorijn
      Title Intangible Cultural Heritage in Times of ‘Superdiversity’: Exploring Ways of Transformation
      Journal International Journal of Intangible Heritage
      Year 2017
      Volume 12
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      The author reflects on policy and practice development concerning intangible cultural heritage (ICH), from the perspective of cultural diversity as a part of the framework of appreciation and objectives relating to the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of ICH (2003). The author explains the current evolution towards a superdiverse society, and determines that ICH is identified in the preambles of the UNESCO 2003 Convention as a source of enrichment for cultural diversity, of mutual human understanding and exchange. The Convention has existed for over a decade, making it possible to reflect on its international implementation with respect to the aspect of cultural diversity: i.e. what do we learn from the realisation and interaction with the Lists and Register in the context of the Convention, and surrounding debates? The author examines how the choices and implementation of the ICH Convention, developments in the field and the effects on the practice can be evaluated in the intervening years with an approach of diversity. Finally, the author wishes to formulate a vision and to foster reflections on ICH and diversity (policy) with this. A plea follows to open up the thinking around ICH and diversity, and thus to approach it as diversely as possible; since a focus on an (often) ethniccultural approach potentially creates the contrary effect from the intention of the entire ICH discourse and ICH policy development: a striving towards a more shared understanding and exchange, and enrichment of cultural diversity and human creativity.

    • Themes:

      Cultural identity, SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, Lists of the 2003 Convention

    • Suggested by:

      Simone Toji (2019-10-20)

    • Public URL:

      http://www.ijih.org/fileDown.down?filePath=12/dtl/49aac366-0248-4d24-bc47-73622337846b&fileName=IJIH+vol12_11_Superdiversity.pdf&contentType=volumeDtl&downFileId=669&fileType=PDF&type=pdf

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nfah-abbenyi, J. M. (2011) Introduction: Orality and Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Globalization. IN The Global South, 5. 1–6.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nfah-abbenyi, J. M. (2011) Introduction: Orality and Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Globalization. IN The Global South, 5. 1–6.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nfah-abbenyi, Juliana Makuchi
      ISSN 19328648
      Journal The Global South
      Language English
      month #oct#
      Note ArticleType: research-article / Issue Title: Special Issue: Indigenous Knowledges and Intellectual Property Rights in the Age of Globalization / Full publication date: Fall 2011 / Copyright © 2011 Indiana University Press
      Number 2
      Pages 1--6
      Title Introduction: Orality and Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Globalization
      Volume 5
      Year 2011
    • Themes:

      Indigenous peoples

    • Public URL:

      http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/globalsouth.5.2.1

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nic Craith, M. & Kockel, U. 2015. (Re-)Building Heritage: Integrating Tangible and Intangible.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nic Craith, M. & Kockel, U. 2015. (Re-)Building Heritage: Integrating Tangible and Intangible.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nic Craith, Máiréad AND Kockel, Ullrich
      Title (Re-)Building Heritage: Integrating Tangible and Intangible
      Book title A Companion to Heritage Studies
      Year 2015
      Editor(s) William Logan, Ullrich Kockel, Máiréad Nic Craith
      Pages 426-442
      Publisher Wiley-Blackwell
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      This chapter explores heritage discourses with reference to the built environment. Historically, castles, palaces, and cathedrals were monuments designed to impress as well as control the common people. More recent iconic buildings have signaled an approach to power that communicates with people, rather than merely communicating to them. This chapter examines changing discourses of power and an expanding concept of heritage, emphasizing the confluence and interdependence of tangible and intangible elements in creating meaning. From a comparative perspective on the interpretation of heritage and changes in the way people think about architecture, the authors assess the impact of various ICOMOS and UNESCO documents to explore an approach to “organic architecture.”

    • Themes:

      Environment

    • Suggested by:

      Máiréad Nic Craith (2020-07-10)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nic Craith, M., Kockel, U. & Lloyd, K. 2019. The Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage: Absentees, Objections and Assertions.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nic Craith, M., Kockel, U. & Lloyd, K. 2019. The Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage: Absentees, Objections and Assertions.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nic Craith, Máiréad AND Kockel, Ullrich AND Lloyd, Katherine
      Title The Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage: Absentees, Objections and Assertions
      Book title Safeguarding Intangible Heritage: Practices and Politics
      Year 2019
      Editor(s) Natsuko Akagawa, Laurajane Smith
      Pages 118-32
      Publisher Routledge
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      This chapter explores some of the objections that have been raised to the ratification of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICHC), especially the relevance of the definition of intangible cultural heritage (ICH) as outlined in the ICHC, and the role of language within that context. It focuses on objections to the process of inventorying – which is one of the key elements of the Convention. The chapter looks at some examples of how the works – as well as the ambition of the states to collaborate internationally with the issue. Absentees from the ICHC who engage with the process of inventorying may argue that they fulfill the spirit of the Convention – thereby drawing on 'assertion of fulfillment'. The chapter concludes with the argument that it is in the interest of the stakeholders, tradition-bearers and the ICH community that more states should ratify the Convention.

    • Themes:

      2003 Convention genesis, 2003 Convention governance, Inventorying, Lists of the 2003 Convention, article from a collective publication containing other pertinent articles to be declared

    • Suggested by:

      Ullrich Kockel (2020-07-20)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nic Eoin, L. & King, R. (2013) How to develop Intangible Heritage: the case of Metolong Dam, Lesotho. IN World Archaeology, 45.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nic Eoin, L. & King, R. (2013) How to develop Intangible Heritage: the case of Metolong Dam, Lesotho. IN World Archaeology, 45.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nic Eoin, Luíseach AND King, Rachel
      10.1080/00438243.2013.823885
      Journal World Archaeology
      Language English
      Number 4
      Title How to develop Intangible Heritage: the case of Metolong Dam, Lesotho
      Volume 45
      Year 2013
    • Abstract:

      After ten years and extensive debate of UNESCO’s Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Heritage (2003), workable definitions and frameworks for safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) are either emergent or non-existent. This is particularly significant in the case of heritage mitigation associated with large-scale construction projects: where these entail population resettlement and/or landscape loss, recording ICH is necessary both for impact assessment and mitigation and for helping impacted-upon communities cope with trauma. Nevertheless, there is little discussion of how to implement ICH safeguarding frameworks in salvage contexts.This paper focuses on attempts to record ICH impacted upon by western Lesotho’s Metolong Dam. We highlight the practical shortcomings of existing ICH definitions and safeguarding protocols. We discuss the methodology used at Metolong and its ethical entailments, and take inspiration from UNESCO policy (and debates thereupon) and other sources in an attempt to find a workable framework for ICH recording in development contexts.

    • Country:

      Lesotho

    • Public URL:

      http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00438243.2013.823885

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nicholas, G., Bell, C., Coombe, R. J., Noble, B., Welch, J., Anderson, J., Bannister, K. & Watkins, J. (2010) Intellectual Property Issues in Heritage Management Part 2: Legal Dimensions, Ethical Considerations, and Collaborative Research Practices. IN Heritage Management, 3 Issue 1. 117–147.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nicholas, G., Bell, C., Coombe, R. J., Noble, B., Welch, J., Anderson, J., Bannister, K. & Watkins, J. (2010) Intellectual Property Issues in Heritage Management Part 2: Legal Dimensions, Ethical Considerations, and Collaborative Research Practices. IN Heritage Management, 3 Issue 1. 117–147.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nicholas, George AND Bell, Catherine AND Coombe, Rosemary J. AND Noble, Brian AND Welch, John AND Anderson, Jane AND Bannister, Kelly AND Watkins, Joe
      Journal Heritage Management
      Language English
      Pages 117--147
      Title Intellectual Property Issues in Heritage Management Part 2: Legal Dimensions, Ethical Considerations, and Collaborative Research Practices
      Volume 3 Issue 1
      Year 2010
    • Abstract:

      Cultural heritage management within the scope of law and policy necessitates a fluid understanding of both the tangible and intangible elements underpinning cultural resources, as well as a broader appreciation for what might be considered ‘law.’ While the tangible components of cultural heritage have been privileged due to their ability to be quantified and tracked, we argue that without recognizing the intangible dimensions of heritage, tangible “cultural property” or “heritage” has little or no meaning or value. A new set of management strategies for intangible cultural heritage is needed; in this follow-up piece we consider some of the overarching issues that frame developments in IP and professional heritage management and guide efforts to resolve or avoid problems encountered as such. We also explore the legal and ethical dimensions of IP, as well as the collaborative research approaches that constitute good practice.

    • Themes:

      Ethics, Heritage institutions, Intellectual property, Legislation

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nielsen, B. (2013) L’Unesco et le culturellement correct. IN Gradhiva. Revue d'anthropologie et d'histoire des arts, . 74–97.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nielsen, B. (2013) L’Unesco et le culturellement correct. IN Gradhiva. Revue d'anthropologie et d'histoire des arts, . 74–97.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nielsen, Bjarke
      ISSN 0764-8928
      Journal Gradhiva. Revue d'anthropologie et d'histoire des arts
      Language French
      month #dec#
      Number 18
      Pages 74--97
      Title L’Unesco et le culturellement correct
      Year 2013
    • Abstract:

      On a beaucoup débattu sur la politique de la culture, mais la façon dont s’articulent bureaucratiquement les représentations spécifiques de cette dernière n’a guère retenu l’attention. Cet article, issu d’un travail ethnographique de terrain, présente un double point de vue sur la bureaucratie. D’une part, il étudie les conséquences de celle-ci au sein de l’Unesco, qui met en avant une perspective inclusive de la culture pour « nous les peuples des Nations unies », avec toutefois des limites à la tolérance dans cette idéologie. D’autre part, il se penche sur l’adaptation à la bureaucratie d’un point de vue social et pragmatique ainsi que sur les mots clés de l’Unesco dotés d’autorité institutionnelle dans la pratique quotidienne.

    • Public URL:

      http://gradhiva.revues.org/2713 (2013-11-28)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Niu, A. (2008) Protection of traditional Wushu inheitor as seen from intangible cultural heritage. IN Journal of Wuhan Institute of Physical Education, 10.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Niu, A. (2008) Protection of traditional Wushu inheitor as seen from intangible cultural heritage. IN Journal of Wuhan Institute of Physical Education, 10.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Niu, Ai-jun
      Journal Journal of Wuhan Institute of Physical Education
      Language English
      Title Protection of traditional Wushu inheitor as seen from intangible cultural heritage
      Volume 10
      Year 2008
    • Abstract:

      The inheritor is the key of traditional Wushu heritage,and to protect the inheritor is an important means to protect traditional Wushu.With the change of the times and the society,there have been big challenges facing the inheritors.Currently,financing the inheritors and clarifying their rights and duties,awarding them honorary title are effective ways to protect them.

    • Country:

      China

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Noble, B. (2007) Justice, Transaction, Translation: Blackfoot Tipi Transfers and WIPO's Search for the Facts of Traditional Knowledge Exchange. IN American Anthropologist, 109. 338–349.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Noble, B. (2007) Justice, Transaction, Translation: Blackfoot Tipi Transfers and WIPO's Search for the Facts of Traditional Knowledge Exchange. IN American Anthropologist, 109. 338–349.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Noble, Brian
      ISSN 00027294
      Journal American Anthropologist
      Language English
      month #jun#
      Note ArticleType: research-article / Issue Title: In Focus: Children, Childhoods, and Childhood Studies / Full publication date: Jun., 2007 / Copyright © 2007 American Anthropological Association
      Number 2
      Pages 338--349
      Series New {Series}
      Title Justice, Transaction, Translation: Blackfoot Tipi Transfers and WIPO's Search for the Facts of Traditional Knowledge Exchange
      Volume 109
      Year 2007
    • Abstract:

      In this article, I examine the complexities and politics of enrolling one socially embedded form of transaction and knowledge into the terms or practices of another. I look at the correspondences and divergences in how the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) transposed the "facts" of Blackfoot tipi-transfer practices in efforts to harmonize global intellectual property (IP) regimes and to achieve "justice" and "empowerment." WIPO's translation work is set against a case where Piikani Blackfoot tipi holders used relational transfer practices to effect a use arrangement, bypassing the means and ends of IP I argue that looking at WIPO's practices helps us to see anthropology's own epistemological, instrumental, and political constraints, while looking at Piikani transfers helps us to conceive of alternatives. This has bearing across anthropology's disciplinary spectrum where problems of knowledge translation are commonplace.

    • Themes:

      WIPO, Intellectual property

    • Country:

      United States of America

    • Public URL:

      http://www.jstor.org/stable/4496647

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Nocca, F. (2017) The Role of Cultural Heritage in Sustainable Development: Multidimensional Indicators as Decision-Making Tool. IN Sustainability, 9. 1–28.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Nocca, F. (2017) The Role of Cultural Heritage in Sustainable Development: Multidimensional Indicators as Decision-Making Tool. IN Sustainability, 9. 1–28.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Nocca, Francesca
      Title The Role of Cultural Heritage in Sustainable Development: Multidimensional Indicators as Decision-Making Tool
      Journal Sustainability
      Year 2017
      Language English
      Volume 9
      Number 1882
      Pages 1-28
    • Abstract:

      The concept of sustainable development has been the main topic of many international conferences. Although many discussions are related to the role of cultural heritage in sustainable development, they develop only on theoretical level. The answer to the main question, that is if the cultural landscape can play a role in sustainable development, could be positive only if we are able to produce empirical evidence about its contribution to improve economic, social, and environmental productivity of the city. It is necessary to produce empirical evidence to demonstrate that cultural heritage conservation/valorization is an investment and not a cost. To date, there are few researches about the indicators that are able to support the relationship between cultural heritage conservation/regeneration and sustainable development. This paper intends to go beyond this limit and approach this issue in operational terms. It is focused on the role that cultural heritage can play in the sustainable development framework. An assessment framework that is able to capture the multidimensional benefits of cultural landscape conservation/valorization is proposed here starting from the analysis of 40 case studies of culture-led regeneration projects. A matrix of multidimensional indicators (divided into nine categories) about the impacts produced by these 40 cultural heritage conservation/valorization projects and its critical analysis is here proposed, mainly focusing the attention on the double relationship between the tourism sector and climate change. Although the analyses often refer to sustainability, it is not concretely addressed because there is an imbalance among the dimensions: in most cases, only the economic component is highlighted, leaving out the social and environmental dimensions. Furthermore, the impacts related to cultural-led projects are mainly interpreted in terms of tourism and real estate impacts.

    • Themes:

      Tourism, Climate change, Urban development, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, Cities

    • Suggested by:

      Simone Toji (2019-10-15)

    • Public URL:

      https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/9/10/1882

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Noseck-licul, M. 2017. ICH as a Legitimation Strategy for Traditional and Complementary Healing Methods?

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Noseck-licul, M. 2017. ICH as a Legitimation Strategy for Traditional and Complementary Healing Methods?

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Noseck-licul, Michaela
      Title ICH as a Legitimation Strategy for Traditional and Complementary Healing Methods?
      Book title Traditional Medicine: Sharing Experiences from the Field
      Year 2017
      Editor(s) Eivind Falk
      Pages pp. 89 -- 96
      Publisher ICHCAP
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      As a cultural anthropologist with a special interest in healing knowledge situated outside classic biomedicine, I have been observing the implementation of the UNESCO 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) since 2007, when it was first discussed, all the way through to its ratification and subsequent implementation in Austria. One of the first tasks was to survey healing and health practices as possible elements for inscription on the National Inventory of ICH in Austria. First, it was necessary to define the criteria for inscription and to decide what sort of practical and theoretical healing knowledge should and may be included in the inventory and what not to inscribe, respectively. Moreover, who was to decide what constitutes ICH worthy of safeguarding? These were the most urgent questions at the beginning of what was to become an extremely enriching learning process.

    • Themes:

      Awareness-raising, Health, Inventorying, SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being

    • Country:

      Austria

    • Suggested by:

      Hugues Sicard (2020-02-06)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Noyes, D. (2006) The Judgment of Solomon: Global Protections for Tradition and the Problem of Community Ownership. IN Cultural Analysis, 5. 27–56.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Noyes, D. (2006) The Judgment of Solomon: Global Protections for Tradition and the Problem of Community Ownership. IN Cultural Analysis, 5. 27–56.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Noyes, Dorothy
      Journal Cultural Analysis
      Language English
      Pages 27--56
      Title The Judgment of Solomon: Global Protections for Tradition and the Problem of Community Ownership
      Volume 5
      Year 2006
    • Themes:

      Community participation, Intellectual property, WIPO

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Noyes, D. From Cultural Forms to Policy Objects: Comparison in Scholarship and Policy. IN Journal of Folklore Research, .

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Noyes, D. From Cultural Forms to Policy Objects: Comparison in Scholarship and Policy. IN Journal of Folklore Research, .

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Noyes, Dorothy
      Title From Cultural Forms to Policy Objects: Comparison in Scholarship and Policy
      Journal Journal of Folklore Research
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      The category of intangible cultural heritage was constituted through recurrent and cumulative acts of comparison referring ultimately back to the representative anecdote of oral tradition, Homeric epic. In turn, once created, the category hailed diverse phenomena into itself, which were rendered thereby into comparable policy objects, the “elements of ICH.” This commentary reviews the analytical contexts invoked in the comparative work of this special issue: liberal modernity, the state, international norms, and folklorists' old purview, face-to-face interaction.

    • Themes:

      Oral traditions and expressions

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Kutiyattam, Sanskrit theatre

    • Suggested by:

      Lisa Gilman (2019-11-08)

    • Public URL:

      https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/jfolkrese.52.2-3.299#metadata_info_tab_contents

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • OCIM. Catalogue en ligne OCIM/Centre de documentation.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      OCIM. Catalogue en ligne OCIM/Centre de documentation.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author {OCIM}
      Language French
      Title Catalogue en ligne OCIM/Centre de documentation

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ocpa (2015) Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa News n°331. IN OCPA, . 37.

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ogden, S. (2007) Understanding, respect, and collaboration in cultural heritage preservation: a conservator’s developing perspective.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ogden, S. (2007) Understanding, respect, and collaboration in cultural heritage preservation: a conservator’s developing perspective.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ogden, Sherelyn
      ISSN 0024-2594
      Language English
      Title Understanding, respect, and collaboration in cultural heritage preservation: a conservator’s developing perspective
      Year 2007
    • Abstract:

      Attitudes appear to be changing in the museum world about the preservation of cultural objects and of the cultures to which these objects are connected. The intangible nature of cultural objects is being addressed and is seen as equal in importance to, or in some cases greater, than an object’s tangible nature. This significant trend in cultural heritage preservation is increasingly evident in professional conferences, publications, and discussions, and is beginning to have an impact on preservation methodologies. It is affecting the way preservation professionals approach their work and manage collections. Understanding, respect, and collaboration are more important than ever in carrying out work. Understanding all aspects of the nature of the significance of objects, respecting an object’s intangible as well as tangible nature, and collaborating in a meaningful way with the cultural groups to which the items are connected are playing an increasingly prominent role.

    • Themes:

      International cooperation, Museums

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ogleby, C. (2004) Heritage documentation : the next 20 years. IN International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 33. 855–860.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ogleby, C. (2004) Heritage documentation : the next 20 years. IN International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 33. 855–860.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ogleby, Cliff
      Journal International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
      Language English
      Number 5
      Pages 855--860
      Title Heritage documentation : the next 20 years
      Volume 33
      Year 2004
    • Abstract:

      This paper forms part of the special session at the ISPRS 2004 Istanbul Congress devoted to CIPA Heritage Documentation named in honour of Hans Foramitti, one of the founders of CIPA (originally the Comité International de Photogrammétrie Architectuale). The paper attempts to predict the impact that the developing technologies used in ISPRS activities will have on the process of monument documentation over the next 20 years or so, a challenging and perhaps foolhardy exercise. However advances in information technology over the last decade or so has already dramatically changed the way that data is collected, analysed and displayed. If the pace of development was to continue, then perhaps it is worth at least to ponder the likely impact this will have on the processes of cultural heritage documentation.

    • Themes:

      Information technology

    • Public URL:

      https://nanopdf.com/download/heritage-documentation-the-next-20-years_pdf

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Oguamanam, C. (2004) Localizing Intellectual Property in the Globalization Epoch: The Integration of Indigenous Knowledge. IN Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 11. 135–169.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Oguamanam, C. (2004) Localizing Intellectual Property in the Globalization Epoch: The Integration of Indigenous Knowledge. IN Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 11. 135–169.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Oguamanam, Chidi
      ISSN 10800727
      Journal Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
      Language Spanish
      month #jul#
      Note ArticleType: research-article / Full publication date: Summer 2004 / Copyright © 2004 Indiana University Press
      Number 2
      Pages 135--169
      Title Localizing Intellectual Property in the Globalization Epoch: The Integration of Indigenous Knowledge
      Volume 11
      Year 2004
    • Themes:

      Indigenous peoples, Intellectual property

    • Public URL:

      http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/GLS.2004.11.2.135

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Oguamanam, C. (2008) Patents and Traditional Medicine: Digital Capture, Creative Legal Interventions, and the Dialectics of Knowledge Transformation. IN Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 15. 489–528.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Oguamanam, C. (2008) Patents and Traditional Medicine: Digital Capture, Creative Legal Interventions, and the Dialectics of Knowledge Transformation. IN Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 15. 489–528.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Oguamanam, Chidi
      ISSN 10800727
      Journal Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
      Language English
      month #jul#
      Note ArticleType: research-article / Full publication date: Summer 2008 / Copyright © 2008 Indiana University Press
      Number 2
      Pages 489--528
      Title Patents and Traditional Medicine: Digital Capture, Creative Legal Interventions, and the Dialectics of Knowledge Transformation
      Volume 15
      Year 2008
    • Abstract:

      This article examines the debate over the exclusion of indigenous or local knowledge forms from the global intellectual property system, and some of the current attempts to solve this problem. Using the lens of cultural cosmopolitanism, the article highlights important trends in the dialectics of developing countries' engagement with intellectual property and other collateral knowledge protection systems. The three sites at which this significant development is unfolding are: (1) the digitization of traditional medicinal knowledge through India's traditional knowledge digital library (TKDL) project; (2) a recent attempt at incorporating innovations in Chinese Herbal Medicine (CHM) in Taiwanese patent law; and (3) efforts to enshrine disclosure of origin requirements (DRs) in patent applications, and developments around geographical indications (GIs).

    • Themes:

      Health, Information technology, Intellectual property

    • Country:

      India, China

    • Public URL:

      http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/GLS.2008.15.2.489

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Okawa, N. (2002) Historic conservation now needs re-examination of its basic concepts.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Okawa, N. (2002) Historic conservation now needs re-examination of its basic concepts.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Okawa, Naomi
      Language English
      Title Historic conservation now needs re-examination of its basic concepts
      Year 2002
    • Abstract:

      The period from the Venice Charter of 1964 to Nara Conference on Authenticity of 1994 saw many increases and enlargements of concepts in historic conservation, which corresponded to wider spread of the idea of historic conservation around the world. Yet, the period from Nara Conference till now witnessed rather clashes of ideas concerning historic conservation. Contrary to our expectation, the concept of authenticity secured no firm foundation even after the conference. The debates on intangible heritage, the original theme for the scientific symposium in 2002, also showed a deep conceptual rift among ICOMOS executives. Now at many conferences on historic conservation we frequently see such conceptual clashes. What is the cause of these clashes?

    • Themes:

      International tensions, Other international framework

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Okumus, B., Okumus, F. & Mckercher, B. (2007) Incorporating local and international cuisines in the marketing of tourism destinations: The cases of Hong Kong and Turkey. IN Tourism Management, 28. 253–261.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Okumus, B., Okumus, F. & Mckercher, B. (2007) Incorporating local and international cuisines in the marketing of tourism destinations: The cases of Hong Kong and Turkey. IN Tourism Management, 28. 253–261.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Okumus, Bendegul AND Okumus, Fevzi AND Mckercher, Bob
      ISSN 0261-5177
      Journal Tourism Management
      Language English
      Number 1
      Pages 253--261
      Title Incorporating local and international cuisines in the marketing of tourism destinations: The cases of Hong Kong and Turkey
      Volume 28
      Year 2007
    • Abstract:

      This paper compares how two different destinations use food in their marketing activities. Content analysis of brochures, booklets and web sites was used. One, Hong Kong, makes extensive use of food as part of its core positioning statement. The other, Turkey, makes little reference to it, even though its indigenous cuisine is unique and rich. The findings imply that when using food in destination marketing, some expertise and knowledge are essential not only in marketing destinations but also in local and international cuisines as well as in socio-cultural characteristics of potential tourists. The study provides discussions on how destinations can learn valuable lessons to differentiate themselves through using their unique cuisines.

    • Themes:

      Economic and social development, Food, Market economy, Tourism

    • Country:

      Turkey, China

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • öLçer öZünel, E. 2017. Dark sides of intangible cultural heritage: touristification, decontextualization, nationalization, museumification, authentication and overcommercialization. Paper read at Proceedings book of conservation of cultural heritage international Bursa symposium.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      öLçer öZünel, E. 2017. Dark sides of intangible cultural heritage: touristification, decontextualization, nationalization, museumification, authentication and overcommercialization. Paper read at Proceedings book of conservation of cultural heritage international Bursa symposium.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author öLçer öZünel, Evrim
      Title Dark sides of intangible cultural heritage: touristification, decontextualization, nationalization, museumification, authentication and overcommercialization
      Book title Proceedings book of conservation of cultural heritage international Bursa symposium
      Year 2017
      Pages 349-366
      organization(s) Conservation of cultural heritage international Bursa symposium
      Publisher Municipality of Bursa
      Language English,Turkish
    • Abstract:

      UNESCO’s Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage entered into force in 2003, which was ratified by 177 countries ever since. As of 2018, a total of 470 elements from 117 countries have been inscribed on three separate lists, namely the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding, and the Register of Good Safeguarding Practices. Although this Convention entered into force well after the 1972 Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, it became as effective as the latter. Furthermore, integrated approaches to safeguarding of tangible and intangible cultural heritage have recently stood out as an important topic. On the other hand, safeguarding strategies for intangible cultural heritage are different than those for tangible cultural heritage. Thus, it has different areas of risk. There is an obvious need for new safeguarding and awareness-raising activities involving the integrated involvement of individuals and the whole community with a multidisciplinary and multi-stakeholder approach to protect the intangible cultural heritage without decontextualization, freezing, or turning it into a merchandise, a display item, or a nostalgic item. The areas radically defined as “dark sides” in the title of this paper include overcommercialization, decontextualization, over-nationalization, touristification, museumification,devastation or defunctionalization of cultural places, mistakes in revitalization, attempts at freezing the intangible cultural heritage, which is a living type of heritage, to protect it, abuse of natural and environmental resources, unrealistic aims and expectations, lack of interpersonal dialogue, and attempted collaboration of many organizations though it may not always be necessary.Therefore, the above areas of risk referred to as “dark sides” are evaluated based on the heritage elements inscribed on the said lists, the way they are discussed and addressed in the text of the Convention and in the Operational Directives, the nomination files submitted by countries to UNESCO, and the reports from the organs evaluating the submitted files. Key Words: Intangible Cultural Heritage, UNESCO, Touristification, Overcommercialization, Decontextualization, Nationalization, Authentication

    • Themes:

      Overcommercialization, Touristification

    • Country:

      Turkey

    • Suggested by:

      Ahmet Erman Aral (2019-11-27)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Oliver, C. (2005) El consumo del patrimonio cultural: migración norteuropea en Andalucía. IN PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad, .

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Oliver, C. (2005) El consumo del patrimonio cultural: migración norteuropea en Andalucía. IN PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad, .

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Oliver, Caroline
      Editor(s) {Junta de Andalucía} and {Consejería de Cultura.} and {Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico}
      ISSN 84-8266-567-7
      Journal PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad
      Language Spanish
      Number 17
      Title El consumo del patrimonio cultural: migración norteuropea en Andalucía
      Year 2005
    • Themes:

      Market economy, Migration

    • Country:

      Spain

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ollero Lobarto, F. (Ed.), (2010) Patrimonio cultural, identidad y ciudadanía : memorias del 52° Congreso Internacional de Americanistas (Universidad de Sevilla, 2006) Quito,

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ollero Lobarto, F. (Ed.), (2010) Patrimonio cultural, identidad y ciudadanía : memorias del 52° Congreso Internacional de Americanistas (Universidad de Sevilla, 2006) Quito,

    • Bibliographic data:

      Postal address Quito
      Edition Abya-Yala
      Editor(s) Ollero Lobarto, Francisco
      ISBN 978-9978-22-813-5
      Language Spanish
      Title Patrimonio cultural, identidad y ciudadanía : memorias del 52° Congreso Internacional de Americanistas (Universidad de Sevilla, 2006)
      Year 2010

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Olsson, K. (2008) Citizen Input in Urban Heritage Management and Planning: A Quantitative Approach to Citizen Participation. IN The Town Planning Review, 79. 371–394.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Olsson, K. (2008) Citizen Input in Urban Heritage Management and Planning: A Quantitative Approach to Citizen Participation. IN The Town Planning Review, 79. 371–394.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Olsson, Krister
      ISSN 00410020
      Journal The Town Planning Review
      Language English
      month #jan#
      Note ArticleType: research-article / Full publication date: 2008 / Copyright © 2008 Liverpool University Press
      Number 4
      Pages 371--394
      Title Citizen Input in Urban Heritage Management and Planning: A Quantitative Approach to Citizen Participation
      Volume 79
      Year 2008
    • Abstract:

      This article discusses why and how to take local citizens, and their values, into account in urban heritage management and planning. It includes an analysis of the relation between a traditional instrumental rational view on planning and a communicative planning ideal. With a starting point in economic theory, urban heritage is analysed as an infrastructure and a public good. Mail surveys directed to inhabitants in two Swedish municipalities further illustrate how urban heritage can be discussed as a public good, and what implications that has for involving citizens in heritage management and planning. Citizen participation as traditionally conceived includes active citizens taking part in a direct way in planning discussions, i.e. by means of qualitative approaches. However, direct participation is especially difficult to accomplish concerning public goods and infrastructures. The article concludes that there are good reasons to increase and develop citizens' input in heritage management, and that the public good characteristics of urban heritage beg for quantitative analysis. Thus, a quantitative approach to citizen participation has the potential to complement qualitative ways of involving citizens in planning.

    • Themes:

      Cities

    • Public URL:

      http://www.jstor.org/stable/40112766

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Osborne, S. D. (2003) Protecting Tribal Stories: The Perils of Propertization. IN American Indian Law Review, 28. 203–236.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Osborne, S. D. (2003) Protecting Tribal Stories: The Perils of Propertization. IN American Indian Law Review, 28. 203–236.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Osborne, Stephen D.
      ISSN 0094002X
      Journal American Indian Law Review
      Language English
      month #jan#
      Note ArticleType: research-article / Full publication date: 2003/2004 / Copyright © 2003 Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma
      Number 1
      Pages 203--236
      Title Protecting Tribal Stories: The Perils of Propertization
      Volume 28
      Year 2003
    • Themes:

      Indigenous peoples, Intellectual property, Legislation, Minority groups, Oral traditions and expressions, Misappropriation

    • Public URL:

      http://www.jstor.org/stable/20171720

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ozunel, E. (2017) "An action plan for people, planet and prosperity": the critical approach to the 2030 sustainable development goals and safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage. IN Milli Folklor, 116. 18–32.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ozunel, E. (2017) "An action plan for people, planet and prosperity": the critical approach to the 2030 sustainable development goals and safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage. IN Milli Folklor, 116. 18–32.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ozunel, Evrim
      Title "An action plan for people, planet and prosperity": the critical approach to the 2030 sustainable development goals and safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage
      Journal Milli Folklor
      Year 2017
      Volume 116
      Pages 18-32
      Language English,Turkish
    • Abstract:

      The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals generates a productive area of theoretical discussion and a significant roadmap for the UNESCO conventions in the culture-related disciplines. This text, which foresees a paradigmatic shift in development strategies, has come onto the agenda of many different institutions. Although the concept of culture is weak within the development texts, for the first time, cultural studies have also been taken onto this agenda as the subject of interest. Therefore, it is significant to evaluate all actors in a manner interrelated with each other and to identify the gaps in the big picture with this integrative approach. Initially, this article discusses the historical background of the sustainable development issue and then critically evaluates the relationship with UNESCO's Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, which has established a substantial theoretical basis for the safeguarding-centered theories of UNESCO’s sustainable development strategies. Primarily, this article has studied the relationship within the historical development of sustainable development with the concept of cultural heritage, followed by the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) and intangible cultural heritage relations. Accordingly, the connection between sustainable development goals and the concept of cultural heritage has been questioned and subsequently, the relationship between the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and intangible cultural heritage has been discussed. The link between the goals, such as goal 4 (quality education for all) and goal 11 (sustainable cities and communities) and the fields of top priority and intangible cultural heritage have been examined with examples by considering ethical principles. Firstly, the adaptation process of the convention with the sustainable development goals has been interpreted. On the other hand, the sustainable development goals have been evaluated together with the Convention’s focus on ethical principles and participation. The relation between intangible cultural heritage and sustainable development is of importance in the context of inclusion of community participation, transmission to the next generations and cultural heritage’s forming an ethical basis for development as well. At first glance, even though no title directly linked to culture is observed among the 17 sustainable development goals, it is evident that culture is at the heart of the goals. Key words: Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, ethical principles, participation

    • Themes:

      2003 Convention governance, Ethics, SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

    • Country:

      Turkey, Ethiopia

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Gada system, an indigenous democratic socio-political system of the Oromo

    • Suggested by:

      Meglena Zlatkova (2019-11-13)

    • Public URL:

      http://www.millifolklor.com/PdfViewer.aspx?Sayi=116&Sayfa=18 https://www.academia.edu/37596338/_AN_ACTION_PLAN_FOR_PEOPLE_PLANET_AND_PROSPERITY_THE_CRITICAL_APPROACH_TO_THE_2030_SUSTAINABLE_DEVELOPMENT_GOALS_AND_SAFEGUARDING_OF_THE_INTANGIBLE_CULTURAL_HERITAGE_1

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ozunel, E. (2018) Selling Ice-cream to Eskimos: Can Communities Sustain without Sustainable Development Goals? IN Islamic Studies on Human Rights and Democracy, 2. 105–126.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ozunel, E. (2018) Selling Ice-cream to Eskimos: Can Communities Sustain without Sustainable Development Goals? IN Islamic Studies on Human Rights and Democracy, 2. 105–126.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ozunel, Evrim
      Title Selling Ice-cream to Eskimos: Can Communities Sustain without Sustainable Development Goals?
      Language English
      Journal Islamic Studies on Human Rights and Democracy
      Year 2018
      Volume 2
      Number 1
      Pages 105-126
    • Abstract:

      Since 1970’s the sustainable development has been an important subject for UNESCO. Several expert meetings and gatherings organized and declarations and reports written. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals, which foresees a paradigmatic shift in development strategies, has come onto the agenda of many different institutions. Although the concept of culture is weak within the development texts, for the first time, cultural studies have also been taken onto this agenda as the subject of interest. Therefore, it is significant to evaluate all actors in a manner interrelated with each other and to identify the gaps in the big picture with this holistic approach. However, after the establishing of the post-2015 Agenda for Sustainable Development, various sectors of UNESCO begun to deal with the issue in concerning with community participation, environmental sustainability, inclusive social cohesion and economic aspects of sustainable development. Especially for the 2003 Convention (Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage), sustainable development became essential. Among other interrelated aspects of sustainable development, environmental sustainability is the core of intangible cultural heritage. As it is stress in reports of UNESCO-ICH, environmental sustainability requires ensuring a stable climate, sustainably managing natural resources and protecting biodiversity. These in turn depend on improved scientific understanding and knowledge sharing about climate change, natural hazards, the space environment and natural resource limits. Strengthening resilience among vulnerable populations in the face of climate change and natural disasters is essential to limiting their human, social and economic costs. The abovementioned lines show us how environmental sustainability is important for intangible cultural heritage studies. We know that traditional knowledge, values and practices accumulated and renewed across generations as part of intangible cultural heritage have guided human societies in their interactions with the surrounding natural environment for millennia. As it is put forwarded in many researches today, the contribution of intangible cultural heritage to environmental sustainability is recognized in many fields such as biodiversity conservation, sustainable natural resource management and natural disaster preparedness and response. However, it is not always possible to align local knowledge with those set out in theory. Often local practices remain in the shadow of fancy theories especially concerning with the local traditional knowledge. In this context we will discuss modern theories of environmental sustainability, together with the problems arise in local practices. We will try to reveal contradictions between modern sustainable development discourses and local traditional knowledge with examples from the intangible cultural heritage lists. Key words: intangible cultural heritage, 2030 sustainable development goals, environmental sustainability, UNESCO

    • Themes:

      2003 Convention governance, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, Community participation, Environment, Health, Sustainable development, Tourism, Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, SDG 1: No Poverty, SDG 2: Zero Hunger, SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being, SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation, SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth, SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production, SDG 13: Climate Action, SDG 14: Life below water, SDG 15: Life on Land, SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

    • Country:

      Turkey

    • Suggested by:

      Meglena Zlatkova (2019-11-13)

    • Public URL:

      http://ihrd.sbu.ac.ir/article_87114.html

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Palenzuela Chamorro, P. (2005) El patrimonio inmaterial de los poblados de la colonización: memoria colectiva y culturas del trabajo. IN PH Boletín del Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico, . 94–101.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Palenzuela Chamorro, P. (2005) El patrimonio inmaterial de los poblados de la colonización: memoria colectiva y culturas del trabajo. IN PH Boletín del Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico, . 94–101.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Palenzuela Chamorro, Pablo
      ISSN 1136-1867
      Journal PH Boletín del Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico
      Language Spanish
      Number 52
      Pages 94--101
      Title El patrimonio inmaterial de los poblados de la colonización: memoria colectiva y culturas del trabajo
      Year 2005

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pan, Z. F. H. (2008) Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage from the Perspective of Cultural Zoology. IN Chongqing Social Sciences, 2.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pan, Z. F. H. (2008) Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage from the Perspective of Cultural Zoology. IN Chongqing Social Sciences, 2.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pan, Zhang Fengqi Hu
      Journal Chongqing Social Sciences
      Language English
      Title Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage from the Perspective of Cultural Zoology
      Volume 2
      Year 2008

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Panella, C. (2012) Bamako's Woodcarvers as Pariahs of Cultural Heritage: Between Marginalization and State Representation. IN Africa Today, 58. 41–56.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Panella, C. (2012) Bamako's Woodcarvers as Pariahs of Cultural Heritage: Between Marginalization and State Representation. IN Africa Today, 58. 41–56.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Panella, Cristiana
      ISSN 00019887
      Journal Africa Today
      Language English
      month #mar#
      Note ArticleType: research-article / Issue Title: Special Issue: Central Peripheries and Sliding Contexts: Absence and Marginality as Spaces of Emergence / Full publication date: Spring 2012 / Copyright © 2012 Indiana University Press
      Number 3
      Pages 41--56
      Title Bamako's Woodcarvers as Pariahs of Cultural Heritage: Between Marginalization and State Representation
      Volume 58
      Year 2012
    • Abstract:

      In this article, I propose to view the acts of production behind tourist art as indicators of adaptation strategies paramount to innovation and cultural reprocessing. From this perspective, I examine the principle of materiality associated with UNESCO selection criteria, including a spatial-temporal conception that rejects the contemporaneity between objects and their acts of production. The Malian state's “heritage foundation” excludes tourist art carvers on the basis of their economic survival strategies and marks of identity. In an opposite perspective, the principle of corporality includes a social perspective on cultural heritage in which the human body is viewed as a receptacle of the capital of “social relations of work,” conveying a social aesthetic in which iconographic innovation is the outcome of economic precariousness and hierarchical relations.

    • Themes:

      Insufficient remuneration, Touristification

    • Country:

      Mali

    • Public URL:

      http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/africatoday.58.3.41

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Páramo, R. M. Gastronomic Heritage and Cultural Tourism. An exploration of the Notion of Risk in Traditional Mexican Food and the Gastronomic System.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Páramo, R. M. Gastronomic Heritage and Cultural Tourism. An exploration of the Notion of Risk in Traditional Mexican Food and the Gastronomic System.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Páramo, Ricardo Mazátlan
      Language English
      Title Gastronomic Heritage and Cultural Tourism. An exploration of the Notion of Risk in Traditional Mexican Food and the Gastronomic System
    • Themes:

      Food, Tourism, Touristification, Unintended outcomes

    • Country:

      Mexico

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Traditional Mexican cuisine - ancestral, ongoing community culture, the Michoacán paradigm

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Park, H. Y. (2011) Shared national memory as intangible heritage: re-imagining two Koreas as one nation. IN Annals of Tourism Research, 38. 520–539.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Park, H. Y. (2011) Shared national memory as intangible heritage: re-imagining two Koreas as one nation. IN Annals of Tourism Research, 38. 520–539.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Park, Hyung Yu
      ISSN 0160-7383
      Journal Annals of Tourism Research
      Language English
      Number 2
      Pages 520--539
      Title Shared national memory as intangible heritage: re-imagining two Koreas as one nation
      Volume 38
      Year 2011
    • Abstract:

      This paper suggests that shared national memory, as intangible heritage of tangible heritage, is of crucial significance in encouraging South Korean nationals to reaffirm their ethnic and cultural affinities with North Korea during heritage tourism experiences in Changdeok Palace. Importantly, heritage can be a safe and neutral ground for mediating political contentions and conflicts. Despite the political tensions between the two Koreas, the essence of ‘Koreanness’, deeply grounded in shared national memory revived during the Changdeok experience, facilitates the process of re-imagining two Koreas as one nation. The intangible heritage of Changdeok Palace stands as one definitive symbolic representation that augments national sentiment at a time of redefining notions of national belonging and re-emphasising entrenched primordial associations with North Korea.

    • Themes:

      International cooperation, Transnational heritage

    • Country:

      Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Park, S. (2013) On Intangible Heritage Safeguarding Governance: An Asia-Pacific Context.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Park, S. (2013) On Intangible Heritage Safeguarding Governance: An Asia-Pacific Context.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Park, Seong-Yong
      Edition Cambridge Scholars Edition
      ISBN 1-4438-5173-6
      Language English
      Title On Intangible Heritage Safeguarding Governance: An Asia-Pacific Context
      Year 2013

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pedersen, A. 2004. The Alliance between Tourism and Mankind’s Intangible Heritage.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pedersen, A. 2004. The Alliance between Tourism and Mankind’s Intangible Heritage.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pedersen, Arthur
      Language English
      Pages 109
      Title The Alliance between Tourism and Mankind’s Intangible Heritage
      Year 2004
    • Themes:

      1972 Convention, Tourism

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Peng, D., Pan, L. & Sun, S. (2006) Digital Protection : a new method to protect Intangible Heritage. IN Journal of Art Research, 1. 47–51.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Peng, D., Pan, L. & Sun, S. (2006) Digital Protection : a new method to protect Intangible Heritage. IN Journal of Art Research, 1. 47–51.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Peng, Dm AND Pan, Ls AND Sun, Sq
      Journal Journal of Art Research
      Language English
      Pages 47--51
      Title Digital Protection : a new method to protect Intangible Heritage
      Volume 1
      Year 2006
    • Abstract:

      This paper considers the advantages and disadvantages of digital technologies in the field of preservation of cultural heritage. The methods of creating of virtual cultural storages do not always allow to preserve the true reflection of memory, history and tradition the same way a real museum does and consequently, the axiological meaning of the term heritage is lost. In contrast, virtual museums and digital reconstructions of cultural artefacts help to protect and preserve information which otherwise would be lost. In this paper, we analyze the properties of virtual forms of cultural heritage preservations in the context of interaction between contemporary society and cultural tradition.

    • Themes:

      Digital technology

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Peng, W. (2008) On the Interaction of the Intangible Cultural Heritages Protection and the Tourism Development. Taking Zhejiang Province as an Example. IN Journal of Wenzhou University (Natural Sciences), 5.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Peng, W. (2008) On the Interaction of the Intangible Cultural Heritages Protection and the Tourism Development. Taking Zhejiang Province as an Example. IN Journal of Wenzhou University (Natural Sciences), 5.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Peng, Wu
      Journal Journal of Wenzhou University (Natural Sciences)
      Language English
      Title On the Interaction of the Intangible Cultural Heritages Protection and the Tourism Development. Taking Zhejiang Province as an Example
      Volume 5
      Year 2008
    • Themes:

      Tourism

    • Country:

      China

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pérez De Cuellar, J. (2004) La variable culturelle. IN Le patrimoine culturel immatériel. Les enjeux, les problématiques, les pratiques, . 19–25.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pérez De Cuellar, J. (2004) La variable culturelle. IN Le patrimoine culturel immatériel. Les enjeux, les problématiques, les pratiques, . 19–25.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pérez De Cuellar, Javier
      Journal Le patrimoine culturel immatériel. Les enjeux, les problématiques, les pratiques
      Language French
      Pages 19--25
      Title La variable culturelle
      Year 2004
    • Abstract:

      Cet ouvrage réunit les principales communications du colloque "Le patrimoine culturel immatériel : les enjeux, les problématiques et les pratiques" qui a eu lieu les 7, 8 et 9 août 2003 à Assilah (Maroc) dans le cadre des XXVe Moussem culturel international d'Assilah et de la dix-huitième session de l'université d'été Al Moutamid ibn Abbad.

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pérez Peña, O. A. (2011) Propiedad Intelectual y Patrimonio Cultural: Protección Jurídica a la Cultura Popular Tradicional, con Especial Referencia a Cuba. IN Propiedad Intelectual, . 216–237.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pérez Peña, O. A. (2011) Propiedad Intelectual y Patrimonio Cultural: Protección Jurídica a la Cultura Popular Tradicional, con Especial Referencia a Cuba. IN Propiedad Intelectual, . 216–237.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pérez Peña, Oscar Alberto
      ISSN 1316-1164
      Journal Propiedad Intelectual,
      Language Spanish
      month #jan#
      Number 14
      Pages 216--237
      Title Propiedad Intelectual y Patrimonio Cultural: Protección Jurídica a la Cultura Popular Tradicional, con Especial Referencia a Cuba
      Year 2011
    • Abstract:

      La protección jurídica de la cultura popular tradicional está en la atención de organizaciones internacionales como la UNESCO y la OMPI. La legislación de protección del patrimonio cultural, las normas de Derecho de autor o más recientemente, normas sui generis con un tipo de protección diferente que tutela aspectos de propiedad intelectual, son algunas de las opciones más conocidas. El presente artículo aborda las divergencias y posibles congruencias entre el sistema tradicional de propiedad intelectual para las “expresiones del folklore” y el sistema de salvaguardia del patrimonio cultural. Se analizan aspectos tales como, la diversidad de definiciones sobre su objeto, el significado de la protección respecto al valor, fines, duración, medidas, y su comportamiento en la legislación cubana.

    • Public URL:

      http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=189020164011

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pérez Ruíz, M. L. (2004) Patrimonio material e inmaterial. Reflexiones para superar la dicotomía. IN Patrimonio cultural y turismo. Cuadernos 9. Patrimonio cultural oral e inmaterial. La discusión está abierta. Antología de textos Primera edición, . 12–26.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pérez Ruíz, M. L. (2004) Patrimonio material e inmaterial. Reflexiones para superar la dicotomía. IN Patrimonio cultural y turismo. Cuadernos 9. Patrimonio cultural oral e inmaterial. La discusión está abierta. Antología de textos Primera edición, . 12–26.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pérez Ruíz, Maya Lorena
      Editor(s) {CONACULTA}
      ISSN 1665-4617
      Journal Patrimonio cultural y turismo. Cuadernos 9. Patrimonio cultural oral e inmaterial. La discusión está abierta. Antología de textos Primera edición
      Language Spanish
      Pages 12--26
      Title Patrimonio material e inmaterial. Reflexiones para superar la dicotomía
      Year 2004
    • Public URL:

      http://www.conaculta.gob.mx/turismocultural/cuadernos/pdf/cuaderno9.pdf

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Perrin, J. (2011) Collaborer, documenter, transmettre… Limites et enjeux du processus d’inventorisation du patrimoine culturel immatériel en Suisse. IN Immaterielles Kulturerbe / Le Patrimoine culturel immaterial”, Special issue of the Korrespondenzblatt der Schweiz. Gesellschaft für Volkskunde / Bulletin de la Société Suisse des traditions populaires, 101 (1). 2–7.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Perrin, J. (2011) Collaborer, documenter, transmettre… Limites et enjeux du processus d’inventorisation du patrimoine culturel immatériel en Suisse. IN Immaterielles Kulturerbe / Le Patrimoine culturel immaterial”, Special issue of the Korrespondenzblatt der Schweiz. Gesellschaft für Volkskunde / Bulletin de la Société Suisse des traditions populaires, 101 (1). 2–7.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Perrin, Julie
      Journal Immaterielles Kulturerbe / Le Patrimoine culturel immaterial”, Special issue of the Korrespondenzblatt der Schweiz. Gesellschaft für Volkskunde / Bulletin de la Société Suisse des traditions populaires
      Language French
      Pages 2--7
      Title Collaborer, documenter, transmettre… Limites et enjeux du processus d’inventorisation du patrimoine culturel immatériel en Suisse
      Volume 101 (1)
      Year 2011
    • Themes:

      Inventorying

    • Country:

      Switzerland

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Perrin, J. (2013) De la suspicion de charlatanisme au patrimoine culturel immatériel : la patrimonialisation de la « médecine populaire » en Suisse. IN Anthropologie et Santé, .

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Perrin, J. (2013) De la suspicion de charlatanisme au patrimoine culturel immatériel : la patrimonialisation de la « médecine populaire » en Suisse. IN Anthropologie et Santé, .

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Perrin, Julie
      Journal Anthropologie et Santé
      Language French
      Number 6
      Title De la suspicion de charlatanisme au patrimoine culturel immatériel : la patrimonialisation de la « médecine populaire » en Suisse
      Year 2013
    • Abstract:

      En caractérisant le patrimoine culturel immatériel (PCI) comme « creuset de la diversité culturelle », l’UNESCO a démontré sa volonté de reconnaître les pratiques culturelles marginalisées. Cependant, le processus d’identification mené par les Etats parties dans le cadre de la Convention 2003 tend à exclure certaines expressions du PCI. Dans le contexte de son implémentation suisse, cette étude examine la patrimonialisation de pratiques liées à la “médecine populaire”. S’appuyant sur une enquête ethnographique, elle rend compte de la trajectoire sociohistorique de cette catégorie et de la manière dont la fabrique du patrimoine implique divers ajustements de ces pratiques. Ces ajustements les adaptent aux standards internationaux et les incorporent aux représentations culturelles hégémoniques. L’étude conclut que la requalification de ces pratiques dans une logique patrimoniale prend en considération le système formel de santé et reproduit les hiérarchies médicales.

    • Themes:

      Health

    • Country:

      Switzerland

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Perrin, J. 2011. Le savoir-toucher du rebouteux. Réflexions autour d’un apprentissage sensoriel propre à une pratique traditionnelle de guérison en Suisse romande.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Perrin, J. 2011. Le savoir-toucher du rebouteux. Réflexions autour d’un apprentissage sensoriel propre à une pratique traditionnelle de guérison en Suisse romande.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Postal address Paris
      Author Perrin, Julie
      Book title Transmettre quel(s) patrimoine(s)? Autour du Patrimoine Culturel Immatériel
      Edition Editions Micel Houriard
      Editor(s) Adell, Nicolas and Pourcher, Yves
      Language French
      Title Le savoir-toucher du rebouteux. Réflexions autour d’un apprentissage sensoriel propre à une pratique traditionnelle de guérison en Suisse romande
      Year 2011
    • Themes:

      Health

    • Country:

      Switzerland

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Perrin, T. (2011) Le patrimoine culturel immatériel dans les eurorégions.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Perrin, T. (2011) Le patrimoine culturel immatériel dans les eurorégions.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Perrin, Thomas
      Language French
      Title Le patrimoine culturel immatériel dans les eurorégions
      Year 2011

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Perry, B., Ager, L. & Sitas, R. (2019) Cultural heritage entanglements: festivals as integrative sites for sustainable urban development. IN International Journal of Heritage Studies, .

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Perry, B., Ager, L. & Sitas, R. (2019) Cultural heritage entanglements: festivals as integrative sites for sustainable urban development. IN International Journal of Heritage Studies, .

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Perry, Betty AND Ager, L. AND Sitas, R.
      Title Cultural heritage entanglements: festivals as integrative sites for sustainable urban development
      Journal International Journal of Heritage Studies
      Year 2019
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      Whilst the importance of cultural heritage in sustainable urban development has been increasingly recognised in policy frameworks at multiple levels, there remains a lack of understanding about how global and international goals land in different places. This paper specifically addresses this question through a study of 18 festivals across the Global North and South. We argue that festivals are integrative sites in which tangible and intangible heritage properties are entangled: bi-directional, co-dependent and non-linear. Given the critical role in linking urban contexts and histories with immaterial experience and meaning in the city, we argue that festivals can illuminate wider concerns. Specifically, this means seeing festivals as part of the ‘new heritage paradigm’ and assessing their contribution to processes of just urban transformations.

    • Themes:

      Cities, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, Social practices, rituals and festive events

    • Suggested by:

      Simone Toji (2019-10-15)

    • Public URL:

      https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13527258.2019.1578987

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrie, L. (2005) Inherently Exclusionary Regime: Heritage Law. The South Australian Experience. IN Macquarie LJ, 5. 177.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrie, L. (2005) Inherently Exclusionary Regime: Heritage Law. The South Australian Experience. IN Macquarie LJ, 5. 177.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrie, Lesley-anne
      Journal Macquarie LJ
      Language English
      Pages 177
      Title Inherently Exclusionary Regime: Heritage Law. The South Australian Experience
      Volume 5
      Year 2005
    • Themes:

      Heritage institutions, Legislation

    • Country:

      Australia

    • Public URL:

      http://www5.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/MqLJ/2005/9.html

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P. (Ed.), (2019) The legal protection of the intangible cultural heritage springer.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P. (Ed.), (2019) The legal protection of the intangible cultural heritage springer.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Editor(s) PierLuigi Petrillo
      Title The legal protection of the intangible cultural heritage
      Publisher springer
      Year 2019
      ISBN 9783319729831
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      This book describes the global legal framework for safeguarding the “Intangible Cultural Heritage” – as defined by the UNESCO Convention in 2003 – and analyses its use in selected countries in the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe. Each of the contributions has been prepared by high profile experts and strategically addresses countries that are representative for their corresponding area. Our understanding of the term “Cultural Heritage” has changed considerably over the past few decades, and it is becoming increasingly clear that the concept also includes traditions and living expressions that we inherit from our ancestors and pass on to our descendants. UNESCO has recognised and responded to this change of perspective, creating through the 2003 Convention an international instrument for safeguarding the “Intangible Cultural Heritage”, a notion including oral traditions, performing arts, social practices, rituals, festive events, knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, as well as the knowledge and skills needed to produce traditional crafts. New values, practices and heritages were recognized – from the ancient African rituals to the Mexican Mariachi musical expression to the Brazilian Samba and the Mediterranean Diet – all of which convey strong social and cultural meaning for their community's identity. Intangible Cultural Heritage is a growing, relatively recent field of study and also an emblem of the dialogue between distant populations with different cultures, which is the reason why a comparative approach is the most appropriate basis for conducting an analysis of how the contracting states to the Convention live up to their commitments through national safeguarding measures and enhancement policies or through international cooperation projects.

    • Themes:

      2003 Convention genesis, 2003 Convention governance, Intellectual property, Legislation, Policy making, publication to be referenced article by article

    • Country:

      Switzerland

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2019-11-13)

    • Public URL:

      https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-72983-1

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P. 2012. Biocultural diversity and the Mediterranean Diet.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P. 2012. Biocultural diversity and the Mediterranean Diet.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrillo, Pierluigi
      Title Biocultural diversity and the Mediterranean Diet
      Book title Sustainable diets and biodiversity, FAO-ONU
      Year 2012
      Editor(s) Various Authors
      Pages 224-229
      Publisher FAO-ONU
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      The Mediterranean diet constitutes a set of skills, knowledge, practices and traditions ranging from the landscape to the table, including the crops, harvesting, fishing, conservation, processing, preparation and, particularly, consumption of food. The Mediterranean diet is characterized by a nutritional model that has remained constant over time and space, consisting mainly of olive oil, cereals, fresh or dried fruit and vegetables, a moderate amount of fish, dairy and meat, and many condiments and spices, all accompanied by wine or infusions, always respecting the beliefs of each community. However, the Mediterranean diet encompasses more than just food. It promotes social interaction, since communal meals are the cornerstone of social customs and festive events. It has given rise to a considerable body of knowledge, songs, maxims, tales and legends. From 15 to 19 November 2010, the Fifth Session of the Intergovernmental Committee of the Convention will adopt the final decision over the nominations of new elements to be inscribed in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Between these nominations, there will be the transnational nomination of the Mediterranean diet that already obtained in May 2010 a positive recommendation from the Subsidiary Body of the Committee. This decision of UNESCO will be a milestone in the path of the global recognition of the cultural values of food, agriculture and sustainable diet. The Mediterranean diet emphasizes the development of a relatively new concept: the bio-cultural diversity. This concept encompasses biological diversity at all its levels and cultural diversity in all its manifestations. Biocultural diversity is derived from the countless ways in which humans have interacted with their natural surroundings. Their co-evolution has generated local ecological knowledge and practices: a vital reservoir of experience, methods and skills that help different societies to manage their resources.

    • Themes:

      Food, Lists of the 2003 Convention, Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, Convention on Biological Diversity, SDG 2: Zero Hunger, SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

    • Country:

      Italy

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Mediterranean diet

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2020-04-20)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P. L. & Scepi, G. 2012. La dimensione culturale della dieta mediterranea patrimonio immateriale dell’umanità.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P. L. & Scepi, G. 2012. La dimensione culturale della dieta mediterranea patrimonio immateriale dell’umanità.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrillo, Pier Luigi AND Scepi, Giovanni
      Title La dimensione culturale della dieta mediterranea patrimonio immateriale dell’umanità
      Book title Patrimonio culturale e creazione di valore. Verso nuovi percorsi
      Year 2012
      Editor(s) G. Golinelli, G. Scepi
      Pages 247-270
      Language Italian
    • Abstract:

      The contribution aims to analyse the importance of the Mediterranean Diet iscription in ICH List in 2010. This element has a great value for the communities who share this practice, since it is more than just a food practice, but it is a true lifestyle modelthat has remained constant over time. Unesco recognition, therefore, becomes a useful tool for protecting the expression of this cultural tradition from the homologating risk of globalisation, making the communities themselves and the States Parties more aware of the value of this practice

    • Themes:

      Food, Social practices, rituals and festive events

    • Country:

      Italy

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Mediterranean diet

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2019-11-13)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P. L. 2012. La dimensione culturale del patrimonio agro-alimentare italiano in ambito UNESCO. Strumenti e procedure.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P. L. 2012. La dimensione culturale del patrimonio agro-alimentare italiano in ambito UNESCO. Strumenti e procedure.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrillo, Pier Luigi
      Title La dimensione culturale del patrimonio agro-alimentare italiano in ambito UNESCO. Strumenti e procedure
      Book title Il patrimonio culturale intangibile nelle sue varie dimensioni
      Year 2012
      Editor(s) T. Scovazzi, B. Ubertazzi
      Pages 211-230
      Publisher Giuffrè
      Language Italian
    • Abstract:

      The text aims to reflect on two elements: the identity dimension of a food product and the fact that it is not only a food, but also the demonstration of a tradition and culture of the community that produces it. The inclusion of the Mediterranean Diet in the 2003 ICH representative list is a demonstration of the cultural value of this food practice. At the same time, given the worldwide value of the 2003 list, the inscription of practices related to agriculture and food is also a way to effectively combat the loss of biodiversity of a territory.

    • Themes:

      Cultural identity, Food, Human rights, Lists of the 2003 Convention, Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, Agriculture, article from a collective publication containing other pertinent articles to be declared

    • Country:

      Italy

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Mediterranean diet

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2020-04-20)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P. L. 2019. 7. Intangible Cultural Heritage and Comparative Law. Towards a Global Legal Protection of Intangible Cultrual Heritage.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P. L. 2019. 7. Intangible Cultural Heritage and Comparative Law. Towards a Global Legal Protection of Intangible Cultrual Heritage.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrillo, Pier Luigi
      Title 7. Intangible Cultural Heritage and Comparative Law. Towards a Global Legal Protection of Intangible Cultrual Heritage
      Book title The legal protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage. A Comparative perspective
      Year 2019
      Editor(s) Pier Luigi Petrillo
      Pages 231-263
      Publisher Springer
    • Abstract:

      After a preliminary introduction about the aims and the method of a comparative law on the subject of ICH, the final chapter intends to offer a final, structured analysis, with a comparative approach, on the basis of the contributions provided by the previous chapters to elaborate some conclusions for a general overview of the legislative and policy measures adopted both at the central and local level to ensure the due implementation of the UNESCO 2003 Convention. Particularly, the word focuses on the protection tools already set for the protection of the ICH, before the UNESCO Convention, letting three different models emerge, to consequently concentrate the investigations toward the effects and perspectives on national legislations after the approval of the UNESCO 2003 multilateral agreement. This framework naturally leads to questioning the existence, on an international scale, of a global legal protection for the ICH, also as per the new fields of action and challenges for the national regulators in the overall UN agenda and as related to the arising notion of biocultural diversity, and to the emerging adaptation of laws and systems of the States Parties in raising the level of legal protection of cultural and identity rights.

    • Themes:

      2003 Convention governance

    • Country:

      Italy

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2020-04-20)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P. L. 2020. La tutela giuridica del patrimonio culturale immateriale: spunti comparati.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P. L. 2020. La tutela giuridica del patrimonio culturale immateriale: spunti comparati.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrillo, Pier Luigi
      Title La tutela giuridica del patrimonio culturale immateriale: spunti comparati
      Book title La politica dell’Unione europea per la tutela e la promozione dei beni culturali
      Year 2020
      Editor(s) Contaldi G., Marongiu Buonaiuti F. Catani E.
      Pages 115-145
      Publisher Università di Macerata
      Language Italian
    • Abstract:

      The contribution conducts a comparative legal study on the protection of intangible cultural heritage through the analysis of the similarities or differences between the legal solutions adopted by the various legal systems. The objective is to investigate the effects that the UNESCO Convention on the Intangible Cultural Heritage has had on the protection and safeguarding of this heritage, in order to verify the existence of a genuine global right to the intangible cultural heritage

    • Themes:

      2003 Convention genesis, 2003 Convention governance

    • Country:

      Italy

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2020-04-22)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P. L., Scovazzi, T. & Ubertazzi, B. 2019. The legal protection of Intangible cultural heritage in Italy.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P. L., Scovazzi, T. & Ubertazzi, B. 2019. The legal protection of Intangible cultural heritage in Italy.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrillo, Pier Luigi AND Scovazzi, Tullio AND Ubertazzi, Benedetta
      Title The legal protection of Intangible cultural heritage in Italy
      Book title The legal protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage. A Comparative perspective
      Year 2019
      Editor(s) Pier Luigi Petrillo
      Pages 187-227
    • Abstract:

      The text first provides a framework about the contribution of Italy in UNESCO, its internal coordination also through the National Commission, and the country’s position during the negotiations held for the approval of the 2003 Convention. Afterwards, the chapter addresses its analyses on the protection of the intangible heritage according to the Italian Constitution, the Code of Cultural Heritage and Landscape and a number of legal instruments adopted at the regional level to identify, support and promote the ICH. Finally, a description of the ICH inscribed by the country on the Representative List is developed, both at the national and transnational level, along with a specific investigation about risks and opportunities for the Italian elements recognized by UNESCO, as related to their domain, their representative communities and the intellectual property rights as safeguarding measures.

    • Themes:

      2003 Convention governance

    • Country:

      Italy

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2020-04-20)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Petrillo, P., Di Bella, O. & Di Palo, N. 2014. The Unesco world heritage convention and the enhancement of rural Vine-Growing landscapes.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Petrillo, P., Di Bella, O. & Di Palo, N. 2014. The Unesco world heritage convention and the enhancement of rural Vine-Growing landscapes.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Petrillo, Pierluigi AND Di Bella, Ottavio AND Di Palo, Nicola
      Title The Unesco world heritage convention and the enhancement of rural Vine-Growing landscapes
      Book title Cultural Heirtage and value creation
      Editor(s) G.M. Golinelli
      Pages 127-169
      Language English
      Year 2014
      Publisher Springer
    • Abstract:

      This essay offers a comparative perspective on the role of UNESCO in the enhancement of rural heritage, particularly the agricultural landscape. From this point of view UNESCO provides a point of reference because, through its context, the concept of culture and the meaning of cultural heritage have become increasingly inclusive. Since 1992 the UNESCO World Heritage Convention has been the main legal instrument for the protection of cultural landscapes, a broad category that includes rural landscapes. In this analysis, we suggest that when considering the concept of cultural landscape, it is not possible to exclude its “cultural heritage” from the living and changing system of which it is a part. In other words, the material dimension of the landscape is linked to cultural traditions, rites and practices, including farming, that determine the evolution of the landscape itself. In its contemporary role, UNESCO aims to preserve all of the components of land by considering the constant interplay between humans and the biosphere. Adopting this approach, the landscape not only becomes a cultural expression or a naturalistic area but also a bio-cultural landscape that reflects the interconnection between nature and culture and the role of these two factors in changes over time

    • Themes:

      Agriculture, Lists of the 2003 Convention, Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, SDG 15: Life on Land

    • Country:

      Italy

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Traditional agricultural practice of cultivating the ‘vite ad alberello’ (head-trained bush vines) of the community of Pantelleria

    • Suggested by:

      chiara d'alessandro (2020-04-17)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pfeilstetter, R. (2015) Heritage entrepreneurship. Agency-driven promotion of the Mediterranean diet in Spain. IN International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21. 215.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pfeilstetter, R. (2015) Heritage entrepreneurship. Agency-driven promotion of the Mediterranean diet in Spain. IN International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21. 215.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pfeilstetter, Richard
      Title Heritage entrepreneurship. Agency-driven promotion of the Mediterranean diet in Spain
      Journal International Journal of Heritage Studies
      Year 2015
      Volume 21
      Number 3
      Pages 215–231
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      This article explores the role of the agency in the social process that constitutes cultural heritage. By introducing the concept of heritage entrepreneurship to explain the conversion of cultural elements into heritage, we discuss the case of the Mediterranean diet (MD) in Spain. We explore the role of an expert NGO in the recent inclusion of the MD in the UNESCO Representative List of the intangible cultural heritage of Humanity. Empirical evidence is presented for two basic patterns of heritage entrepreneurship, namely the construction and promotion of cultural heritage. First, we show how the community-heritage narrative is constructed in the official nomination file of the MD. Second, we analyse how businesses, governments and researchers constitute a specific heritage entrepre- neur. We argue that the promotion of the MD as cultural heritage makes ordinary food different, both qualitatively (healthy and sustainable) and culturally (Mediterranean and traditional). We then look at the specific political, economic and scientific value of such a difference and its uses in Spain.

    • Themes:

      Cultural identity, Food, Heritage institutions, Market economy, Nongovernmental organizations, SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being, SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities, SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals, Community participation, Economic and social development, Sustainable development, Tourism, SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth, SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, references illustrating linkages between SDGs and ICH

    • Country:

      Spain

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Mediterranean diet

    • Suggested by:

      Kavya Iyer Ramalingam (2019-11-22)

    • Public URL:

      http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13527258.2014.930502

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pierre, J. & Grenet, S. (2008) Kate Moss et les bars de Cayenne : ethnochic et actifs immatériels. IN Culture et Recherche, . 116–117.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pierre, J. & Grenet, S. (2008) Kate Moss et les bars de Cayenne : ethnochic et actifs immatériels. IN Culture et Recherche, . 116–117.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pierre, Jocelyn AND Grenet, Sylvie
      Journal Culture et Recherche
      Language French
      Pages 116--117
      Title Kate Moss et les bars de Cayenne : ethnochic et actifs immatériels
      Year 2008
    • Themes:

      Market economy, Mass communication, Traditional craftsmanship, Mass media

    • Public URL:

      http://www2.culture.gouv.fr/culture/editions/documents/cr116-117_p23-25.pdf

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pigliasco, G. C. (2009) Intangible cultural property, tangible databases, visible debates: the Sawau project. IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 16. 255.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pigliasco, G. C. (2009) Intangible cultural property, tangible databases, visible debates: the Sawau project. IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 16. 255.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pigliasco, Guido Carlo
      ISSN 0940-7391
      Journal International Journal of Cultural Property
      Language English
      Number 3
      Pages 255
      Title Intangible cultural property, tangible databases, visible debates: the Sawau project
      Volume 16
      Year 2009
    • Abstract:

      Intellectual property claims have long been sustained in a way that is now under severe scrutiny. Pacific Island countries continue to face unauthorized uses of their traditional knowledge and practices. In response, international agencies in collaboration with Pacific Island countries are promoting sui generis forms of protection. The Institute of Fijian Language and Culture's Cultural Mapping Programme looks beyond ongoing debates about indigenous collection and digitization of intangible heritage to promote sui generis protection measures in lieu of western intellectual property law. Supported by an Institute grant, the unfolding Sawau Project creates an archive of sites, stories, and shared memories of the Sawau people of Beqa, an island iconic in Fiji for its firewalking practice (vilavilairevo). Advocating a form of social intervention in situ, The Sawau Project has become a collaborative tool to encourage digital documentation, linkages, and institutional collaborations among Fijian communities and their allies to negotiate and promote alternative forms of protection.

    • Themes:

      Community participation, Digital technology, Intellectual property

    • Country:

      Fiji

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pigliasco, G. C. (2010) We Branded Ourselves Long Ago: Intangible Cultural Property and Commodification of Fijian Firewalking. IN Oceania, 80. 161–181.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pigliasco, G. C. (2010) We Branded Ourselves Long Ago: Intangible Cultural Property and Commodification of Fijian Firewalking. IN Oceania, 80. 161–181.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pigliasco, Guido Carlo
      ISSN 0029-8077
      Journal Oceania
      Language English
      Number 2
      Pages 161--181
      Title We Branded Ourselves Long Ago: Intangible Cultural Property and Commodification of Fijian Firewalking
      Volume 80
      Year 2010
    • Abstract:

      The Fijian firewalking ceremony (vilavilairevo), traditionally performed only by members of the Sawau people on the island of Beqa, is a prime example of a propitiation ritual that has become commodified to suit the requirements of tourism. The Sawau ‘gift’ of walking on white-hot stones introduces another dimension of the gift practice. Although gifts and commodities are often treated as ideal-type opposites, and a tradition of Melanesian scholarship has focused attention on the inalienability of gifts, I argue that the self-consciously traditional firewalking practice of Beqa Island, Fiji, is an inalienable sui generis commodity that becomes effective by ‘branding’ Fijian concepts of different places' distinct custodianships. Over the last two centuries, the gift of firewalking has transmuted itself into a sociocultural tool that has consistently indigenized the power of the foreign. The gift of firewalking has allowed its custodians to locally sustain their community, to gain a reach and respect across the nation and beyond, and to intensify the group's social sentiment and social capital.

    • Themes:

      Economic and social development, Indigenous peoples, Intellectual property, Tourism

    • Country:

      Fiji

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pina, H. (2015) Intangible cultural heritage and sustainable development in the Douro Demarcated Region (Northern Portugal): the cases of Cambres and Parada do Bispo. IN Espaço e Economia, .

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pina, H. (2015) Intangible cultural heritage and sustainable development in the Douro Demarcated Region (Northern Portugal): the cases of Cambres and Parada do Bispo. IN Espaço e Economia, .

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pina, Helena
      Title Intangible cultural heritage and sustainable development in the Douro Demarcated Region (Northern Portugal): the cases of Cambres and Parada do Bispo
      Journal Espaço e Economia
      Year 2015
      Number 7
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      When talking of rural spaces, we usually mean peripheral areas with a range of problems, but whose potential and dynamics for revitalisation are evident. This is the case of the Douro Demarcated Region (DDR), home to an idyllic landscape of countless terraces on slopes laden with vines as well as a unique architectural, human and cultural heritage. Nevertheless, the obstacles to its development escalate, ranging from the environmental and landscape structure to the economic, social and cultural. In this paper, from a wide range of problems afflicting the region, we intend to focus on the cultural component, particularly the intangible one, highlighting the strategic role of the popular festivities and pilgrimages in the rural sustainable development.

    • Themes:

      Tourism, Social practices, rituals and festive events, 1972 Convention, Environment, SDG 15: Life on Land

    • Country:

      Portugal

    • Suggested by:

      Simone Toji (2019-10-15)

    • Public URL:

      https://journals.openedition.org/espacoeconomia/2100

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ping, L. (2007) On The Capital Transformation of Intangible Culture Heritage. Based on the development of silk ball industry in Jiuzhou town. IN Guihai Tribune, 5.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ping, L. (2007) On The Capital Transformation of Intangible Culture Heritage. Based on the development of silk ball industry in Jiuzhou town. IN Guihai Tribune, 5.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ping, Lv
      Journal Guihai Tribune
      Language English
      Title On The Capital Transformation of Intangible Culture Heritage. Based on the development of silk ball industry in Jiuzhou town
      Volume 5
      Year 2007
    • Country:

      China

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Ping, Y. (2008) A New Study of IPR Protection Model for the Traditional Folk Culture. IN Journal of Yunnan Nationalities University (Social Sciences), 1.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ping, Y. (2008) A New Study of IPR Protection Model for the Traditional Folk Culture. IN Journal of Yunnan Nationalities University (Social Sciences), 1.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ping, Yang
      Journal Journal of Yunnan Nationalities University (Social Sciences)
      Language English
      Title A New Study of IPR Protection Model for the Traditional Folk Culture
      Volume 1
      Year 2008
    • Themes:

      Intellectual property

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pinna, G. (2003) Musei e patrimonio immateriale. IN Nuova Museologia, . 9.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pinna, G. (2003) Musei e patrimonio immateriale. IN Nuova Museologia, . 9.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pinna, Giovanni
      Journal Nuova Museologia
      Language Italian
      Pages 9
      Title Musei e patrimonio immateriale
      Year 2003

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pinto, C. B. (2013) Património cultural imaterial no Museu da Terra de Miranda. IN Varia, 2.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pinto, C. B. (2013) Património cultural imaterial no Museu da Terra de Miranda. IN Varia, 2.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pinto, Celina B.
      Journal Varia
      Language Portuguese
      Title Património cultural imaterial no Museu da Terra de Miranda
      Volume 2
      Year 2013

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pitte, J. (2009) Dossier : À table ! Le monde dans votre assiette. La gastronomie française, un patrimoine vivant. IN Geographie, 181. 12.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pitte, J. (2009) Dossier : À table ! Le monde dans votre assiette. La gastronomie française, un patrimoine vivant. IN Geographie, 181. 12.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pitte, Jean-robert
      Journal Geographie
      Language French
      Number 1534
      Pages 12
      Title Dossier : À table ! Le monde dans votre assiette. La gastronomie française, un patrimoine vivant
      Volume 181
      Year 2009
    • Abstract:

      À l'heure où la France demande à l'UNESCO d'inscrire le repas gastronomique sur la Liste représentative du patrimoine culturel immatériel de l'humanité, qu'en est-il de cette part essentielle de notre identité? Approche de cette tradition culinaire où la "bonne chère" est un art qui réconcilie héritage et créativité

    • Themes:

      Food

    • Country:

      France

    • Related to one or more inscribed elements:

      Gastronomic meal of the French

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pivotti, I. (2005) Multiculturalismo y plurinacionalidad en la frontera italiana del Norte-Este. IN PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad, .

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pivotti, I. (2005) Multiculturalismo y plurinacionalidad en la frontera italiana del Norte-Este. IN PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad, .

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pivotti, Ivan
      Editor(s) {Junta de Andalucía} and {Consejería de Cultura.} and {Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico}
      ISSN 84-8266-567-7
      Journal PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad
      Language Spanish
      Number 17
      Title Multiculturalismo y plurinacionalidad en la frontera italiana del Norte-Este
      Year 2005

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Plata García, F. (2005) El efecto dominó en el patrimonio etnológico. IN PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad, .

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Plata García, F. (2005) El efecto dominó en el patrimonio etnológico. IN PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad, .

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Plata García, Fuensanta
      Editor(s) {Junta de Andalucía} and {Consejería de Cultura.} and {Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico}
      ISSN 84-8266-567-7
      Journal PH Cuadernos, Patrimonio inmaterial y gestión de la diversidad
      Language Spanish
      Number 17
      Title El efecto dominó en el patrimonio etnológico
      Year 2005

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Polymenopoulou, E. 2018. Cultural rights in the prevention and management of disasters.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Polymenopoulou, E. 2018. Cultural rights in the prevention and management of disasters.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Polymenopoulou, Eleni
      Title Cultural rights in the prevention and management of disasters
      Book title Routledge Handbook of Human Rights and Disasters
      Year 2018
      Editor(s) Giustiniani, F. Z., Sommario, E., Casolari, F. and Bartolini G
      Pages 261-274
      Publisher Routledge
      Postal address New York
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      The present chapter discusses the little-examined area of cultural rights in times of disasters. Drawing from numerous examples, including the Indian Ocean Tsunami, the flooding in Pakistan and the bushfires in Australia, it explores the role of culture in disaster risk prevention and management from a legal perspective, insisting on those cultural rights that seem more pertinent in times of disasters. It examines therefore issues related to cultural identities, tangible and intangible cultural heritage as well as group rights – including indigenous livelihoods and indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK). Highlighting the links between cultural rights, cultural resilience and sustainable disaster management, it adopts a ‘broadened’ perception of cultural rights, explaining the transition of the international community from cultural rights to ‘cultural resilience’ – particularly visible in the recently adopted Sendai Framework. It suggests that it is now time for a more dynamic approach of the international community that encompasses enforcement of cultural rights as well as the building of cultural resilience for vulnerable populations.

    • Themes:

      Social practices, rituals and festive events, Emergency situations, Indigenous peoples, International cooperation, Degraded habitat, SDG 15: Life on Land, SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

    • Country:

      Australia, Pakistan

    • Suggested by:

      Alice Thibault (2019-07-26)

    • Public URL:

      https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781315115238/chapters/10.4324/9781315115238-17

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Pomeroy, A. & Tapuke, S. (2016) Understanding the place of intangible cultural heritage in building enduring community resilience: Murupara case study. IN New Zealand Sociology, 31. 183–204.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pomeroy, A. & Tapuke, S. (2016) Understanding the place of intangible cultural heritage in building enduring community resilience: Murupara case study. IN New Zealand Sociology, 31. 183–204.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pomeroy, Ann AND Tapuke, Sylvia
      Title Understanding the place of intangible cultural heritage in building enduring community resilience: Murupara case study
      Journal New Zealand Sociology
      Year 2016
      Volume 31
      Number 7
      Pages 183-204
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      Resilience is the ability of individuals, communities, groups and institutions to cope and recover from adverse conditions, whether natural, economic or social disasters and trauma. This study looks at applicability of factors identified in natural disaster and hazard management situations, to community resilience in the face of social and economic stresses. Integrating culture, and in particular the concept of intangible cultural heritage into social theory perspectives deepens understanding of the drivers of community resilience. This study draws on oral histories and interviews with Ngati Manawa, Ngati Whare, other residents, and service providers working in the rural community of Murupara, to explore the role of intangible cultural heritage in building community resilience.

    • Themes:

      Community participation, Economic and social development, Indigenous peoples, Rapid economic transformation, Rapid sociocultural change

    • Country:

      New Zealand

    • Suggested by:

      Alice Thibault (2019-07-24)

    • Public URL:

      https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/221461836?q&versionId=244966186

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Poulot, D. (2009) Le patrimoine immatériel en France entre renouveau muséographique et « territoire de projet ». IN Ethnologies, 31.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Poulot, D. (2009) Le patrimoine immatériel en France entre renouveau muséographique et « territoire de projet ». IN Ethnologies, 31.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Poulot, Dominique
      Journal Ethnologies
      Language French
      Number 1
      Title Le patrimoine immatériel en France entre renouveau muséographique et « territoire de projet »
      Volume 31
      Year 2009
    • Abstract:

      La signature de la convention du Patrimoine culturel immatériel par la France en 2006, ouvre, aux yeux d’une large partie de la communauté de l’ethnologie française, une nouvelle période de l’histoire du patrimoine français. Pour certains, il s’agit d’une remise en cause radicale des valeurs traditionnelles du patrimoine français et des politiques publiques, dominées par le monopole de la haute culture, et spécifiquement des beaux-arts. Pour d’autres, il s’agit au moins d’un champ de possibles qui s’ouvre pour la discipline et sa reconnaissance. La mise en perspective historique de cette décision passe par un retour sur les conditions et les limites de l’institutionnalisation du patrimoine ethnologique au cours des « années patrimoine », soit la décennie 1980. Deux enjeux se dessinent au terme de ces vingt années. Un premier, muséologique et muséographique, découle directement de la crise persistante et toujours non résolue des collections d’objets ethnologiques, de leur exposition et de leur rapport à la science. Le second tient aux rapports entre des projets d’identité territoriale, ou « territoires de projet », dont le nombre va croissant depuis la loi de 1995 et surtout 1998-2000, dans le cadre de l’aménagement du territoire national et des multiples tentatives de redécoupage décentralisateur, et l’affirmation continue d’un patrimoine in situ, inscrit dans un espace dont il tire sa légitimité et qu’il légitime à son tour. Sous ces deux points de vue, l’immatériel pose un défi dont les institutions du Ministère de la Culture et les acteurs locaux sont en train de prendre la mesure.

    • Themes:

      Museums, Policy making

    • Country:

      France

    • Public URL:

      https://www.erudit.org/fr/revues/ethno/2009-v31-n1-ethno3558/038504ar/

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Proschan, F. (2005) Intangible Heritage in Museums: A Vietnamese Institution Leads the Way. IN Anthropology News, 46. 14–15.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Proschan, F. (2005) Intangible Heritage in Museums: A Vietnamese Institution Leads the Way. IN Anthropology News, 46. 14–15.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Proschan, Frank
      ISSN 1556-3502
      Journal Anthropology News
      Language English
      Number 5
      Pages 14--15
      Title Intangible Heritage in Museums: A Vietnamese Institution Leads the Way
      Volume 46
      Year 2005
    • Themes:

      Museums

    • Country:

      Viet Nam

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Proschan, F. 2015. Community Involvement in Valuing and Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Proschan, F. 2015. Community Involvement in Valuing and Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Proschan, Frank
      Title Community Involvement in Valuing and Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage
      Book title Community involvement in Heritage
      Year 2015
      Editor(s) Koen Van Balen; Aziliz Vandesande
      Pages 15-22
      Publisher Garant Publishers
      Postal address Antwerpen, Belgium
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      When the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage was adopted by UNESCO's General Conference in 2003, the international community accepted the revolutionary notion that intangible cultural heritage was no longer something to be identified, documented, catalogued, categorized and archived by external experts - as had been done for centuries by folklorists, musicologists, ethnologists and others - but was instead something that could only be correctly valued and adequately safeguarded by its own communities. How did this simple but ground-breaking premise come to be the guiding principle of the Convention? What are the logical and practical consequences of taking the Convention and its definition of intangible cultural heritage seriously, as they demand? As we shall see below, the Convention defines intangible cultural heritage as a phenomenon that exists only if and when it is recognized as such by communities, groups or, in some cases, individuals, and that in turn provides those same people with a sense of identity and continuity. This definition - seemingly modest, even circular, but in fact profoundly radical - up-ends the customary relationship between the owners of heritage (that is, its bearers and practitioners), and those who would seek to safeguard it on their behalf. In this context, communities have a decisive role at every stage of the process of determining what value should be attached to particular expressions, practices, knowledge and skills and how they should be perpetuated - or not-for future generations

    • Themes:

      Community participation

    • Suggested by:

      Alice Thibault (2019-07-24)

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Prott, L. V. (2000) Defining the Concept of" Intangible Heritage": Challenges and Prospects'. IN World culture report 2000: Cultural diversity, conflict and pluralism, . 72–85.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Prott, L. V. (2000) Defining the Concept of" Intangible Heritage": Challenges and Prospects'. IN World culture report 2000: Cultural diversity, conflict and pluralism, . 72–85.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Prott, Lyndel V.
      Journal World culture report 2000: Cultural diversity, conflict and pluralism
      Language English,French,Russian,Spanish
      Pages 72--85
      Title Defining the Concept of" Intangible Heritage": Challenges and Prospects'
      Year 2000
    • Themes:

      2003 Convention genesis

    • Public URL:

      https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000121092

    The designations employed and the presentation in the texts and documents referenced in this bibliography do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  • Prott, L. V. (2007) Hunting as intangible heritage : some notes on its manifestations. IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 14. 385–398.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Prott, L. V. (2007) Hunting as intangible heritage : some notes on its manifestations. IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 14. 385–398.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Prott, Lyndel V.
      Title Hunting as intangible heritage : some notes on its manifestations
      Journal International Journal of Cultural Property
      Year 2007
      Volume 14
      Number 3
      Pages 385-398
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      This article seeks to relate hunting practices, of which some goodexamples have been given in this volume, to the way such practices are dealtwith in the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the IntangibleCultural Heritage 2003. The extraordinary ubiquity of hunting behavior, ritual,and representation creates an enormous field of study, which can only betouched lightly by such an international legal instrument.

    • Themes:

      Food, Human rights, Indigenous peoples, Social practices, rituals and festive events, SDG 2: Zero Hunger, SDG 15: Life on Land, references illustrating linkages between SDGs and ICH

    • Country:

      Australia

    • Suggested by:

      Caecilia Alexandre (2019-11-18)

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  • Prott, L. V. 1999. Some Considerations on the Protection of the Intangible Heritage: Claims and Remedies.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Prott, L. V. 1999. Some Considerations on the Protection of the Intangible Heritage: Claims and Remedies.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Prott, Lyndel V.
      Language English
      Title Some Considerations on the Protection of the Intangible Heritage: Claims and Remedies
      Year 1999

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  • Pu, L. (2009) A Summary of Theoretical Research of Intangible Cultural Inheritance of Ethnic Minority Groups. IN Journal of Minzu University of China (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition), 5.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pu, L. (2009) A Summary of Theoretical Research of Intangible Cultural Inheritance of Ethnic Minority Groups. IN Journal of Minzu University of China (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition), 5.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pu, Li-chung
      Journal Journal of Minzu University of China (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition)
      Language English
      Title A Summary of Theoretical Research of Intangible Cultural Inheritance of Ethnic Minority Groups
      Volume 5
      Year 2009
    • Themes:

      Minority groups

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  • Pucena, S. 2017. Folk Pharmacy in Latvia.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Pucena, S. 2017. Folk Pharmacy in Latvia.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Pucena, Signe
      Title Folk Pharmacy in Latvia
      Book title Traditional Medicine: Sharing Experiences from the Field
      Year 2017
      Editor(s) Eivind Falk
      Pages pp. 117 -- 123
      Publisher ICHCAP
      Postal address 95 Seohak-Ro, Wansan-Gu, Jeonju, Republic of Korea 560-120
      Language English
    • Abstract:

      Cet article présente la recherche et les publications du SERDE dans le domaine de la sauvegarde des pratiques vivantes. Il décrit en particulier deux recherches sur les connaissances traditionnelles des herbes, des plantes comestibles et médicinales, réalisées en collaboration avec des chercheurs spécialistes des cultures traditionnelles et populaires, et avec des artistes. Cet article aborde l’organisation et le développement des activités du SERDE, les travaux de terrain et les expéditions dans différentes régions rurales de Lettonie pour enquêter sur les traditions transmises de génération en génération. Les documents recueillis—à savoir la série de publications Notebook of Traditions—et des ateliers pratiques supplémentaires, avec la réalisation de recettes anciennes ou des récits, ont été présentés aux communautés locales et à un public plus large à l’échelle nationale et internationale. En juin 2010, le SERDE a coordonné sa première expédition internationale « Réseaux d’alimentation et d’herboristerie ». Cette expérience a suscité l’intérêt du SERDE pour poursuivre des recherches plus spécifiques sur les plantes d’intérieur et leur utilisation à des fins médicales. Après une recherche sur les plantes médicinales, un journal contenant des recettes traditionnelles a été publié par le SERDE et partagé lors de l’exposition sur la Folk pharmacy (pharmacie populaire), dans lequel tous les visiteurs ont écrit une recette qu’ils réalisent lorsqu’ils sont malades. Le résultat final de cette recherche et les recettes des visiteurs de l’exposition ont été publiés en 2011.

    • Themes:

      Health, SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being

    • Country:

      Latvia

    • Suggested by:

      Hugues Sicard (2020-02-06)

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  • Qi, A. (2007) On the Mechanism for the Intangible Culture Heritage Protection under Intellectual Property Protection Mode. IN Journal of Chongqing University (Social Science Edition), 3.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Qi, A. (2007) On the Mechanism for the Intangible Culture Heritage Protection under Intellectual Property Protection Mode. IN Journal of Chongqing University (Social Science Edition), 3.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Qi, Ai-min
      Journal Journal of Chongqing University (Social Science Edition)
      Language English
      Title On the Mechanism for the Intangible Culture Heritage Protection under Intellectual Property Protection Mode
      Volume 3
      Year 2007
    • Abstract:

      The intangible culture heritage is the product of human intellectual activities.Its essence is information,so it is a new object of intellectual property protection.The intellectual property protection on the intangible culture heritage is the righteousness.Detail systems which protect the intangible culture heritage include patent right protection mode,copyright protection mode,commercial secrets protection mode,trade-mark right protection mode and specially protection mode.Because the content of the intangible culture heritage is various,it protection need comprehensive methods which are based on intellectual property mechanism.

    • Themes:

      Intellectual property

    • Country:

      China

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  • Qian, W. (2007) On the Categories, Status Quo and Safeguard of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Qingjiang Valley. IN Journal of Hubei Institute for Nationalities (Philosophy and Social Sciences), 5.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Qian, W. (2007) On the Categories, Status Quo and Safeguard of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Qingjiang Valley. IN Journal of Hubei Institute for Nationalities (Philosophy and Social Sciences), 5.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Qian, Wu
      Journal Journal of Hubei Institute for Nationalities (Philosophy and Social Sciences)
      Language English
      Title On the Categories, Status Quo and Safeguard of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Qingjiang Valley
      Volume 5
      Year 2007
    • Country:

      China

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  • Qiang, S. (2006) Cultural Innovation of Qin Opera from the Perspective of the Protecting Intangible Cultural Legacy. IN Journal of Qinghai Normal University (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition), 5.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Qiang, S. (2006) Cultural Innovation of Qin Opera from the Perspective of the Protecting Intangible Cultural Legacy. IN Journal of Qinghai Normal University (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition), 5.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Qiang, She
      Journal Journal of Qinghai Normal University (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition)
      Language English
      Title Cultural Innovation of Qin Opera from the Perspective of the Protecting Intangible Cultural Legacy
      Volume 5
      Year 2006
    • Abstract:

      The kinds of Chinese traditional stages are various.Qin opera,as an antiquity play,is a part of intangible cultural legacy,is always a exotic flowers in our country’arts flowers garden in the long development process and is loved by people in northwest area.Now,With the development of commodity economy and the impact of multi-culture,protecting the art of Qin opera and developing it are facing with many difficulty.In order to help the art of Qin opera get out of dilemma and renovate itself,reforming and innovating the art of Qin opera is becoming an important cultural task of the times.

    • Themes:

      Performing arts

    • Country:

      China

    • Public URL:

      http://gb.oversea.cnki.net/KCMS/detail/detail.aspx?filename=QHSZ200605028&dbcode=CJFD&dbname=cjfd2006

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  • Qing, L. (2004) Protection and Exploitation of Heritages of Intangible Culture in Yunnan. IN Social Sciences In Yunnan, 4.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Qing, L. (2004) Protection and Exploitation of Heritages of Intangible Culture in Yunnan. IN Social Sciences In Yunnan, 4.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Qing, Lin
      Journal Social Sciences In Yunnan
      Language English
      Title Protection and Exploitation of Heritages of Intangible Culture in Yunnan
      Volume 4
      Year 2004
    • Country:

      China

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  • Qing, L. & Xu, L. (2007) The Protection and Development of the Intangible Cultural Heritages of Yunnan Minority Groups. IN Journal of Yunnan Nationalities University (Social Sciences), 2.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Qing, L. & Xu, L. (2007) The Protection and Development of the Intangible Cultural Heritages of Yunnan Minority Groups. IN Journal of Yunnan Nationalities University (Social Sciences), 2.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Qing, Lin AND Xu, Li
      Journal Journal of Yunnan Nationalities University (Social Sciences)
      Language English
      Title The Protection and Development of the Intangible Cultural Heritages of Yunnan Minority Groups
      Volume 2
      Year 2007
    • Themes:

      Minority groups

    • Country:

      China

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  • Querol, L. S. Chaves da Sociomuseologia : para uma construção social do património através do inventário participado.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Querol, L. S. Chaves da Sociomuseologia : para uma construção social do património através do inventário participado.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Querol, Lorena Sancho
      Language Portuguese
      Title Chaves da Sociomuseologia : para uma construção social do património através do inventário participado

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  • Quintero Morón, V. (2003) El patrimonio inmaterial : ¿intangible? Reflexiones en torno a la documentación del patrimonio oral e inmaterial. IN Antropología y patrimonio: investigación, documentación e intervención. Sevilla, España: Junta de Andalucía, Consejería de Cultura y editorial Comares, . 144–158.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Quintero Morón, V. (2003) El patrimonio inmaterial : ¿intangible? Reflexiones en torno a la documentación del patrimonio oral e inmaterial. IN Antropología y patrimonio: investigación, documentación e intervención. Sevilla, España: Junta de Andalucía, Consejería de Cultura y editorial Comares, . 144–158.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Quintero Morón, Victoria
      ISSN 8482663690
      Journal Antropología y patrimonio: investigación, documentación e intervención. Sevilla, España: Junta de Andalucía, Consejería de Cultura y editorial Comares
      Language Spanish
      Pages 144--158
      Title El patrimonio inmaterial : ¿intangible? Reflexiones en torno a la documentación del patrimonio oral e inmaterial
      Year 2003
    • Abstract:

      QUINTERO, V. Y HERNÁNDEZ, E. (coords.).

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  • Quintero Morón, V. (2005) El patrimonio intangible como instrumento para la diversidad cultural, ¿Una alternativa posible ? IN Patrimonio inmaterial, multiculturalidad y gestión de la diversidad. Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico, Consejería de Cultura, IAPH, . 68–83.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Quintero Morón, V. (2005) El patrimonio intangible como instrumento para la diversidad cultural, ¿Una alternativa posible ? IN Patrimonio inmaterial, multiculturalidad y gestión de la diversidad. Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico, Consejería de Cultura, IAPH, . 68–83.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Quintero Morón, Victoria
      ISSN 84-8266-567-7
      Journal Patrimonio inmaterial, multiculturalidad y gestión de la diversidad. Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico, Consejería de Cultura, IAPH
      Language Spanish
      Pages 68--83
      Title El patrimonio intangible como instrumento para la diversidad cultural, ¿Una alternativa posible ?
      Year 2005
    • Abstract:

      GEMA CARRERA, GUNTHER DIETZ (coord.)

    • Public URL:

      http://www.academia.edu/996017/El_patrimonio_intangible_como_instrumento_para_la_diversidad_cultural

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  • Ragno, A. San Mauro Torinese : conservazione e valorizzazione della Contrada del Rio. Archivio webthesis. PhD Thesis.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ragno, A. San Mauro Torinese : conservazione e valorizzazione della Contrada del Rio. Archivio webthesis. PhD Thesis.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ragno, Andrea
      Language Italian
      Title San Mauro Torinese : conservazione e valorizzazione della Contrada del Rio. Archivio webthesis
    • Public URL:

      http://webthesis.biblio.polito.it/1693/ (2012-05-10)

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  • Rambaldi, G., Muchemi, J., Crawhall, N. & Monaci, L. (2007) Through the Eyes of Hunter-Gatherers: participatory 3D modelling among Ogiek indigenous peoples in Kenya. IN Information Development, 23. 113–128.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Rambaldi, G., Muchemi, J., Crawhall, N. & Monaci, L. (2007) Through the Eyes of Hunter-Gatherers: participatory 3D modelling among Ogiek indigenous peoples in Kenya. IN Information Development, 23. 113–128.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Rambaldi, Giacomo AND Muchemi, Julius AND Crawhall, Nigel AND Monaci, Laura
      ISSN 0266-6669
      Journal Information Development
      Language English
      Number 2-3
      Pages 113--128
      Title Through the Eyes of Hunter-Gatherers: participatory 3D modelling among Ogiek indigenous peoples in Kenya
      Volume 23
      Year 2007
    • Abstract:

      Describes a participatory process by which Ogiek indigenous people in the Mau Forest Complex in Kenya rendered their spatial memories through the making of a georeferenced three dimensional model covering part of their ancestral territory. The paper focuses on the course of action and related human dynamics which led to the production of the map legend via deep reflections and intense negotiations among elders of different clans. The 3D mapmaking process proved to be a catalyst in stimulating memory, articulating tacit knowledge and creating visible and tangible representations of the physical, biological and cultural landscapes of the area in the 1920s. Elaborating and negotiating agreement on the elements of the map legend allowed the participants to gain greater clarity on meanings and relationships between natural and cultural features. Once completed, the model selectively displayed both the tangible and the intangible heritage of the Ogiek people. The composition of the legend and the making of the model stimulated collegial learning and community cohesion. The process has been perceived as a milestone for Ogiek clans in terms of working together towards a common goal, and in realizing the value and potential authority of their spatial knowledge once it was collated, georeferenced, documented and visualized.

    • Themes:

      Community participation, Indigenous peoples, Digital technology, Nonformal education

    • Country:

      Kenya

    • Public URL:

      https://www.academia.edu/3767665/Through_the_Eyes_of_Hunter-Gatherers_participatory_3D_modelling_among_Ogiek_indigenous_peoples_in_Kenya

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  • Ramshaw, G. & Gammon, S. (2005) More than just nostalgia? Exploring the heritage/sport tourism nexus. IN Journal of sport tourism, 10. 229–241.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Ramshaw, G. & Gammon, S. (2005) More than just nostalgia? Exploring the heritage/sport tourism nexus. IN Journal of sport tourism, 10. 229–241.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Ramshaw, Gregory AND Gammon, Sean
      ISSN 1477-5085
      Journal Journal of sport tourism
      Language English
      Number 4
      Pages 229--241
      Title More than just nostalgia? Exploring the heritage/sport tourism nexus
      Volume 10
      Year 2005
    • Abstract:

      Sport-related heritage is increasingly being recognized as a potent instigator of tourism, though it is usually incorporated within the context of nostalgia sport tourism. While sites, attractions and experiences about the sporting past often provide a venue for the sport tourist to engage with nostalgia, what has become more evident is that housing all elements related to sports-related history beneath nostalgia's roof is misleading. Heritage, on the other hand, is a broader, more encompassing term that may better represent the issues and topics that remain so fundamental to our understanding of sport-related tourism. This paper situates nostalgia sport tourism within a heritage context and finds that heritage is a more fitting categorization for this form of sport tourism. Four characterizations of sport heritage are identified: tangible immovable sport heritage, tangible movable sport heritage, intangible sport heritage, and goods and services with a sport heritage component. These categorizations do not discount the role of nostalgia in sport travel. However, the vast majority of attractions and experiences related to the sporting past reflect a more holistic purpose, to which nostalgia is but one of several components.

    • Themes:

      Tourism

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  • Rankin, P., Hansteen-izora, R. & Packer, L. (2006) ‘Living Cultural Storybases’: Self-empowering narratives for minority cultures.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Rankin, P., Hansteen-izora, R. & Packer, L. (2006) ‘Living Cultural Storybases’: Self-empowering narratives for minority cultures.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Rankin, Paul AND Hansteen-izora, Robin AND Packer, Laura
      Language English
      Title ‘Living Cultural Storybases’: Self-empowering narratives for minority cultures
      Year 2006
    • Abstract:

      Half the planet’s languages and cultures are held by 5 % of its population- the 370M indigenous peoples- the most marginalized, fractured and least represented. For every group dispossessed, urbanized or assimilated, a culture vanishes taking with it ancient knowledge of the environment, unique ways of living, alternative belief systems, irreplaceable skills, artistry and stories- the rich diversity of humanity. The digital revolution, rather than creating a “global village”, accelerates this worldwide cultural demise. ICT access is scant and inappropriate for indigenous people, while content is dominated by the languages, interests and ideologies of the largest economic blocks. We argue here that these same technologies causing the “digital divide ” could nurture indigenous languages and cultures. Until now ICT initiatives have addressed immediate developmental needs, rarely even acknowledging minority languages or traditions. ‘Living Cultural Storybases ’ (LCS) seeks to go further: facilitating appropriate, two-way access for all community members to gather and share cultural knowledge through spoken stories. We propose community-controlled ‘Virtual Cultural Networks ’ (VCNs): cultural intranets supporting role-based access, secure distributed communications and private cultural resources. LCS promotes natural and respectful interfaces for indigenous peoples ’ interaction with their oral tradition around a co-designed database core that reflects the culture, inviting further contributions and stimulating internal social debate. We hope to reconnect dispersed communities and urban members of minority cultures to embrace, grow and re-interpret their traditional narratives, strengthening their cultural identity across the generations. Aspirations for the future may lie with the young, but the old are the custodians of their proud heritage.

    • Themes:

      Minority groups, Digital technology, Indigenous peoples, Loss of knowledge, Rapid sociocultural change, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

    • Public URL:

      https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/7b38/acd84eec66ce75a62e83aff9b24acfcbc8c5.pdf

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  • Rashid, S. 2017. Heritage, Folk Medicine and Kaviraji Treatment in Bangladesh.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Rashid, S. 2017. Heritage, Folk Medicine and Kaviraji Treatment in Bangladesh.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Rashid, Saifur
      Title Heritage, Folk Medicine and Kaviraji Treatment in Bangladesh
      Book title Traditional Medicine: Sharing Experiences from the Field
      Year 2017
      Editor(s) Eivind Falk
      Pages pp. 53 -- 61
      Publisher ICHCAP
      Postal address 95 Seohak-Ro, Wansan-Gu, Jeonju, Republic of Korea 560-120
      Language English
    • Themes:

      Health, Indigenous peoples, SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being

    • Country:

      Bangladesh

    • Suggested by:

      Hugues Sicard (2020-02-06)

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  • Rasmeyer, D. (2010) "Un peu plus loin, un peu plus proche", une exposition suisse en Afrique. IN museums.ch, . 80–84.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Rasmeyer, D. (2010) "Un peu plus loin, un peu plus proche", une exposition suisse en Afrique. IN museums.ch, . 80–84.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Rasmeyer, Denis
      Journal museums.ch
      Language French
      Number 5
      Pages 80--84
      Title "Un peu plus loin, un peu plus proche", une exposition suisse en Afrique
      Year 2010
    • Public URL:

      http://www.museums.ch/assets/ebooks/museums-n5/index.html#/1/

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  • Reading, A. 2014. Making Feminist Heritage Work: Gender and Heritage.

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  • Recht, J. (2009) Hearing indigenous voices, protecting indigenous knowledge. IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 16. 233.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Recht, J. (2009) Hearing indigenous voices, protecting indigenous knowledge. IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 16. 233.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Recht, Jo
      ISSN 0940-7391
      Journal International Journal of Cultural Property
      Language English
      Number 3
      Pages 233
      Title Hearing indigenous voices, protecting indigenous knowledge
      Volume 16
      Year 2009
    • Abstract:

      In a rapidly globalizing world, indigenous knowledge is in mortal danger, and it will require new forms of intellectual property protection to save it. There are fundamental incongruities between Western intellectual property law and indigenous knowledge that prevent the current international intellectual property framework from fully comprehending or addressing the contexts and needs of indigenous knowledge. This article will review the history of international and regional initiatives to develop protection for indigenous knowledge. It will consider the geopolitical context that has informed discussions about protecting the intangible wealth of indigenous peoples, including the recent addition of articulate and impassioned indigenous voices to the conversation. Finally, this article will discuss some of the concerns that have been raised about subjecting indigenous knowledge to a system of formal legal regulation.

    • Themes:

      Indigenous peoples, Intellectual property, Legislation

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  • Reddy, S. (2006) Making Heritage Legible: Who Owns Traditional Medical Knowledge? IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 13. 161.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Reddy, S. (2006) Making Heritage Legible: Who Owns Traditional Medical Knowledge? IN International Journal of Cultural Property, 13. 161.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Reddy, Sita
      ISSN 0940-7391
      Journal International Journal of Cultural Property
      Language English
      Number 2
      Pages 161
      Title Making Heritage Legible: Who Owns Traditional Medical Knowledge?
      Volume 13
      Year 2006
    • Abstract:

      In recent years an increasing number of state-based heritage protection schemes have asserted ownership over traditional medical knowledge (TMK) through various forms of cultural documentation such as archives, databases, texts, and inventories. Drawing on a close reading of cultural disputes over a single system of TMK—the classical South Asian medical tradition of Ayurveda—the paper traces some of the problems, ambiguities, and paradoxes of making heritage legible. The focus is on three recent state practices by the Indian government to protect Ayurvedic knowledge, each revolving around the production of a different cultural object: the translation of a seventeenth-century Dutch botanical text; the creation of an electronic database known as the Traditional Knowledge Digital Library (TKDL); and the discovery of an Ayurvedic drug as part of a bioprospecting benefit-sharing scheme. Examined together, they demonstrate that neither TMK, nor Ayurveda, nor even the process of cultural documentation can be treated as monoliths in heritage practice. They also reveal some complexities of heritage protection on the ground and the unintended consequences that policy imperatives and legibility set into motion. As the paper shows, state-based heritage protection schemes inspire surprising counterresponses by indigenous groups that challenge important assumptions about the ownership of TMK, such as locality, community, commensurability, and representation.

    • Themes:

      Health, Intellectual property, Legislation

    • Country:

      India

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  • Reeves, K. (2009) Places of pain and shame: dealing with'difficult heritage' Taylor /& Francis.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Reeves, K. (2009) Places of pain and shame: dealing with'difficult heritage' Taylor /& Francis.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Reeves, K.
      ISBN 0-415-45449-2
      Language English
      Publisher Taylor /& Francis
      Title Places of pain and shame: dealing with'difficult heritage'
      Year 2009

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  • Reeves, K., Eklund, E., Reeves, A., Scates, B. & Peel, V. (2011) Broken Hill: rethinking the significance of the material culture and intangible heritage of the Australian labour movement. IN International Journal of Heritage Studies, 17. 301–317.

    • Bibliographic citation:

      Reeves, K., Eklund, E., Reeves, A., Scates, B. & Peel, V. (2011) Broken Hill: rethinking the significance of the material culture and intangible heritage of the Australian labour movement. IN International Journal of Heritage Studies, 17. 301–317.

    • Bibliographic data:

      Author Reeves, Keir AND Eklund, Erik AND Reeves, Andrew AND Scates, Bruce AND Peel, Vicki
      ISSN 1352-7258
      Journal International Journal of Heritage Studies
      Language English
      Number 4
      Pages 301--317
      Title Broken Hill: rethinking the significance of the material culture and intangible heritage of the Australian labour movement
      Volume 17
      Year 2011
    • Abstract:

      Taking Broken Hill as an exemplar of Australian, indeed global, labour heritage, this article, analyses the survival of labour heritage and union practices in the town that continues to the present. It examines the interpretation of successive layers of industrial and labour history as a means of revealing a culturally dynamic and enduring community with close connections to its built heritage. The authors challenge the application of two-dimensional and static models of heritage interpretations too often applied to contested heritage sites. The authors argue that Broken Hill is a community whose determined social and industrial character and distinct built environment has transcended changing patterns of investment and economic decline.

    • Themes:

      Economic and social development

    • Country:

      Australia

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  • Regione Lombardia. 2008. Legge 312 Valorizzazione del Patrimonio Culturale Immateriale.

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