These fourteen essays address controversies over a variety of cultural properties, exploring them from perspectives of law, archeology, physical anthropology, ethnobiology, ethnomusicology, history, and cultural and literary study. The book divides cultural property into three types: Tangible, unique property like the Parthenon marbles; intangible property such as folktales, music, and folk remedies; and communal qrepresentations, q which have lead groups to censor both outsiders and insiders as cultural traitors.Suggestions in the YTM lYearboo/e for Traditional Music] articles puts the responsibility on ethnomusicologists, ... Of the literature giving guidelines for good practice in fieldwork, A Manual for Documentation, Fieldwork and Preservation foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Claiming the Stones, Naming the Bones|
|Author||:||Elazar Barkan, Ronald Bush|
|Publisher||:||Getty Publications - 2003-01-09|