Special issue Volkskunde: 'Transforming, Not Saving. Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and/or the World'
Workshop intangible heritage and the UNESCO Chair on critical heritage studies and safeguarding the intangible cultural heritage of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel guest-edited a special issue of the academic journal Volkskunde: ‘Transforming, Not Saving. Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and/or the World’ (2020). This scholarly product contributes to the growing dynamics and recent developments around safeguarding intangible cultural heritage together with museums.
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Read the written report, or relive the Symposium through the video of the livestreaming session.
Hard copies of the IMP publications are available. Find out how you can get yours!
Two of the main project outputs of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museums Project are out now and freely available!