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Everyday Life and Cultural Patterns. International Festschrift for Elle Vunder
Series
Studies in Folk Culture, 3
Language
English
Editor
Ene Kõresaar, Art Leete
Publisher
Tartu University Press
Year
2004
Pages
328 p.
Format
143x203 mm.
ISBN
ISBN 9985-56-978-4
ISSN
1736-1192
Price
3,00 €
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Table of Contents

Introduction

Part I. Everyday Life of Traditions

Bo Lönnqvist: The Renaissance of the Baltic German Estates

Nils-Arvid Bringéus: Schwedische Baudenkmäler und Baupflege. Einige Beispiele

Attila Paládi-Kovács: Guild Tradition in Hungary – Old Journeymen’s Routes in the 18th–19th Centuries

Art Leete: Invasion of Materialism into the Soviet North: Sedentarisation, Dev elopment of Professional Medicine and Hygiene in the 1920–40s

Outi Tuomi-Nikula: Vom “traditionellen Handwerk” zum “Traditionsprodukt”. Überlegungen zu Begriffen der Handwerkskunst


Part II. Culture and Memory Patterns

Pirjo Korkiakangas: Everyday Life, Objects, and Nostalgia

Tiiu Jaago: Popular History as the Interpretations in the View of Oral Popular History Research

Ene Kõresaar: The Culture of Rupture in the Estonian Narrative Memory of the Stalinist Experience


Part III. Interpretations in Everyday Life

Klaus Roth: Streit ums Essen? Nahrungsverhalten in bikulturellen Ehen und Familien

Ilmari Vesterinen: The Ethnography of Horizontality and Verticality

Anders Gustavsson: Rituals around Unexpected Death

Pekka Leimu: On the Origin of Turku Species


Part IV. Opening Perspectives

Ülo Valk: On the Discursive Foundations of Estonian Folkloristics: a Farmer’s View of Vision

Bjarne Rogan: The Prague Congress (1928), CIAP and the League of Nations. A Short History of la Commission Internationale des Arts Populaires (CIAP) from its Inception until World War II

Anu Kannike: Ethnography and Representation: On the Border of the Public and the Private

Marianne Gullestad: The Scholar as a Public Intellectual. Reflections Based on Anthropological Studies in Norway
 
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