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Appel à contributions - Menaces pour l'identité : perte des traditions et de la mémoire collective

Date limite reportée au 30 avril

À l'occasion de l'Assemblée générale et du Comité consultatif 2015 à Fukuoka (Japon), le Comité consultatif organise un symposium scientifique le 29 octobre 2015. Dans le cycle « Risques tangibles, opportunités intangibles : Préparation aux risques à long terme et réponses aux menaces qui pèsent sur le patrimoine culturel », le thème de ce troisième volet est : « Menaces pour l’identité : perte des traditions et de la mémoire collective ». 

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Les résumés proposés doivent être envoyés au plus tard le 30 avril 2015 à admin[à]ahms.com.au

Call for Papers - Risks to Identity : Loss of Traditions and Collective Memory

Deadline extended to 30 April

On the occasion of the 2015 annual General Assembly and Advisory Committee taking place in Fukuoka (Japan), the Advisory Committee is organizing a Scientific Symposium on 29 October 2015. Part 3 of the Symposium cycle “Tangible Risks, Intangible Opportunities: Long-Term Risk Preparedness and Responses for Threats to Cultural Heritage” the theme is “Risks to Identity: Loss of Traditions and Collective Memory”.

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Proposed abstracts should be sent to admin[at]ahms.com.au by 30 April 2015.

New bibliography: Conservation of intangible heritage

COUV Biblio Intangible Heritage 2018

To quote from the text of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, "the 'intangible cultural heritage' means the practices, representations, expressions, knowledge, skills – as well as the instruments, objects, artefacts and cultural spaces associated therewith – that communities, groups and, in some cases, individuals recognize as part of their cultural heritage."
How are tangible and intangible cultural heritages interconnected? Why is the conservation of intangible heritage an integral part of the conservation of monuments and sites?

New bibliography: Conservation of intangible heritage

COUV Biblio Intangible Heritage 2018

To quote from the text of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, "the 'intangible cultural heritage' means the practices, representations, expressions, knowledge, skills – as well as the instruments, objects, artefacts and cultural spaces associated therewith – that communities, groups and, in some cases, individuals recognize as part of their cultural heritage."
How are tangible and intangible cultural heritages interconnected? Why is the conservation of intangible heritage an integral part of the conservation of monuments and sites?

Nouvelle bibliographie : Conservation du patrimoine immatériel

COUV Biblio Intangible Heritage 2018Pour citer la Convention pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine immatériel, "on entend par 'patrimoine culturel immatériel' les pratiques, représentations, expressions, connaissances et savoir-faire - ainsi que les instruments, objets, artefacts et espaces culturels qui leur sont associés - que les communautés, les groupes et, le cas échéant, les individus reconnaissent comme faisant partie de leur patrimoine culturel".
Comment patrimoines culturels tangible et intangible sont-ils interconnectés ? Pourquoi envisager la conservation du patrimoine immatériel comme partie intégrante de la conservation des monuments et des sites ?

Nouvelle bibliographie : Conservation du patrimoine immatériel

COUV Biblio Intangible Heritage 2018Pour citer la Convention pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine immatériel, "on entend par 'patrimoine culturel immatériel' les pratiques, représentations, expressions, connaissances et savoir-faire - ainsi que les instruments, objets, artefacts et espaces culturels qui leur sont associés - que les communautés, les groupes et, le cas échéant, les individus reconnaissent comme faisant partie de leur patrimoine culturel".
Comment patrimoines culturels tangible et intangible sont-ils interconnectés ? Pourquoi envisager la conservation du patrimoine immatériel comme partie intégrante de la conservation des monuments et des sites ?

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