Ethnologies

Volume 36, numéro 1, 2014  Patrimoine culturel immatériel Intangible cultural heritage

Table of contents (33 articles)

Articles

  1. The Politics and the Practices of Intangible Cultural Heritage / Les politiques et les pratiques du patrimoine culturel immatériel
  2. A decade of implementation of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage : Challenges and perspectives
  3. Intangible Delicacies : Production and Embarrassment in International Settings
  4. The Government of Canada and Intangible Cultural Heritage : An Excursion into Federal Domestic Policies and the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention
  5. Intangible roles : Theory, policy, practice and intangible cultural heritage
  6. Patrimonial Reflections : From Burning Buildings to Bodies of Heritage
  7. Ta’zie (Religious Theatre) vs. Noruz (the New Year and its Rituals) : The Politics of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in Iran
  8. Intangible Culture on Inland Seas, from Hudson Bay to Canadian Heritage
  9. Le développement durable au service du patrimoine culturel : À propos de la Convention pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel immatériel

Articles hors-thème  / Open Topic Articles

  1. Intangible Heritage in France : Between Museographical Renewal and “Project Territory”

Articles

  1. Re-totalizing Culture : Breathing the Intangible into Museum Practice?
  2. Good intentions and the public good : Intangible cultural heritage in a Canadian national museum
  3. The Selection of the Practice of Ice Canoeing on the St. Lawrence River : Birth of a Nomination
  4. The Celebration of Cultural Diversity and the Politics of Difference in Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage
  5. Cultural rights and “Masterpieces” of Local and Translocal Actors : A Study of Italian and Spanish cases
  6. U.S. Consideration of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention
  7. La captation patrimoniale des savoir-faire horlogers au risque de leur transmission
  8. Heritage Conservation, UNESCO and Intangible Cultural Heritage in Eastern Canada
  9. « Passions ordinaires » ou nouveaux objets patrimoniaux ? : Réflexions sur les liens entre sport et patrimoine culturel immatériel
  10. Changing Visions of Heritage Value : What Role Should the Experts Play?
  11. From Global Decisions and Local Changes : The ceremonial dance of the Voladores becomes UNESCO intangible cultural heritage
  12. Food Heritage and the Construction of Territory : Home-grown products in Québec

Articles hors-thème  / Open Topic Articles

  1. Du bon usage des « vestiges » : Gestion des traces du passé et prise de parole politique amérindienne en Guyane

Comptes rendus  / Reviews

  1. Anne Marie Lane Jonah and Chantal Véchambre. French Taste in Atlantic Canada 1604 -1758: A Gastronomic History. (Sydney, NS: 2012, Cape Breton University Press. Pp. vii +251, ISBN 978-1-897009-77-2.)
  2. Anna Kearney Guigné. Maud Karpeles (1885-1976): A Retrospective of Her Newfoundland Fieldwork 1929, 1930. (St. John’s, NL: 2012, Research Centre for Music Media and Place, Memorial University in association with the International Council for Traditional Music. Pp. 18. http://www.mun.ca/mmap/publications/karpeles/)
  3. W. F. H Nicolaisen and James Moreira, eds. The Ballad and the Folklorist: The Collected Papers of David Buchan. (St. John’s, NL: 2013, Memorial University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Publications. Pp. 474, ISBN 978-0-88901-433-6.)
  4. Eveline MacLeod and Daniel MacInnes. Celtic Threads: A Journey in Cape Breton. (Sydney, NS: 2014, Cape Breton University Press. Pp. 120. ISBN 978-1897009796).
  5. Sharon Bohn Gmelch and George Gmelch. Irish Travellers: The Unsettled Life. (Bloomington, IN: 2014, Indiana University Press. Pp. 220, ISBN 978-0-253-01453-5.)
  6. Lisa Gabbert. Winter Carnival in a Western Town: Identity, Change, and the Good of the Community. (Logan, UT: 2011, Utah State University. Pp. xiv + 257, index, ISBN 978-0874218-29-9.)
  7. June Skinner Sawyers. Bearing the People Away. (Sydney, NS: 2013, Cape Breton University Press. Pg 317. ISBN:978-1-927492-59-8)
  8. Pauline Greenhill and Diane Tye (eds.). Unsettling Assumptions: Tradition, Gender, Drag. (Boulder, CO: 2014, University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press. Pg. 260. ISBN: 978-0-87421-897-8)
  9. Matériaux filmiques pour l’étude des expositions. Notes sur une séance de la rétrospective Shirley Clarke (Paris, 21/09/2013)
  10. Michelle Landry. L’Acadie politique. Histoire sociopolitique de l’Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick. (Québec, Presses de l’Université Laval, 2015, Pp. 170. Coll. « Langues officielles et sociétés ». ISBN 978-2-7637-2340-2)