Show simple item record Jackson, Jason Baird Zhang, Lijun Wuerxiya 2021-09-27T20:34:55Z 2021-09-27T20:34:55Z 2021-09-16
dc.identifier.citation Jackson, Jason Baird, Lijun Zhang, and Wuerxiya. 2021. Material Culture and Heritage Safeguarding in Southwest China [Conference Program]. Bloomington: International Folklore Studies Center. en
dc.description This item is a bilingual (English, Chinese) program for a two part symposium titled Material Culture and Heritage Safeguarding in Southwest China, which was held on September 16-17, 2021. The event was organized by the International Folklore Studies Center, a partnership between the Department of Chinese Folklore Studies, Beijing Normal University and the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University. Bilingual abstracts are included within the program. Papers presented during the workshop were based on the work of the China-US Folklore and Intangible Cultural Heritage Project, an effort of the American Folklore Society and China Folklore Society supported by the Henry Luce Foundation and other funders. en
dc.description.abstract Drawing on six years of ethnographic investigation pursued collaboratively by U.S. and Chinese folklorists, museum professionals, and local cultural groups, this two-part symposium offers research reports on material culture and heritage policies in Southwest China. In keeping with the larger binational project from which the papers derive, some presentations will consider the intersection of these two topical domains. Cultural groups whose circumstances will be discussed include the Baiku Yao people of Nandan County (Guangxi), the Dong people of Sanjiang Dong Autonomous County (Guangxi) and Liping County (Guizhou), and the Bai of the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture (Yunnan). en
dc.description.sponsorship Department of Chinese Folklore Studies, School of Chinese Language and Literature, Beijing Normal University; Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University; American Folklore Society; China Folklore Society; The Henry Luce Foundation en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher International Folklore Studies Center en
dc.subject Community Museums en
dc.subject Crafts en
dc.subject Ethnic Museums en
dc.subject Ethnological Museums en
dc.subject Folk Museums en
dc.subject Intangible Cultural Heritage en
dc.subject International Cooperation en
dc.subject Open-Air Museums en
dc.subject China en
dc.subject United States en
dc.title Material Culture and Heritage Safeguarding in Southwest China en
dc.title.alternative 中国西南的物质文化和遗产保护 en
dc.type Other en

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