MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCTION OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE. EXAMPLES IN SERBIA
UPRAVLJANJE IN USTVARJANJE NESNOVNE KULTURE DEDIŠČINE. ZGLEDI IZ SRBIJE

Miroslava Lukić-Krstanović

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2012410217

Abstract

The UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) has established new administrative rules and strategies of preservation, protection and implementation. The policy of intangible cultural heritage entails the conceptualization and configuration of the elements of intangible cultural heritage in the national framework as a model and as special perceptive strategies. Administrative stereotypes and pragmatism are confronted with scientific contextualization and with issues that determine various kinds of representation policies. In Serbia, intangible cultural heritage has been adopted as a strategy of state policy, accumulated scientific knowledge and various perceptions. Bearing in mind the specific social and political circumstances of the country in the periods of crisis and transition, the construct and status of intangible cultural heritage are manifested through ambivalent processes of worldwide networking and positioning through a symbolic fight of meanings as a “national issue“.

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Unescova Konvencija o varovanju nesnovne kulturne dediščine je postavila nova administrativna pravila in strategije njenega ohranjanja, zaščite in rabe. Politika nesnovne kulturne dediščine vsebuje nacionalno zasnovo in konfiguracijo elementov nesnovne kulturne dediščine kot model ter posebne strategije. Administritativni stereotipi in pragmatičnost se spoprijemajo s strokovno kontekstualizacijo in vprašanji, ki določajo raznovrstne politike reprezentacije. V Srbiji je nesnovna kulturna dediščina sprejeta kot strategija državne politike, nakopičenih znanstvenih spoznanj in raznovrstnih razumevanj. Upoštevaje posebne družbene in politične okoliščine v državi v času krize in tranzicije, se konstrukt in položaj nesnovne kulturne dediščine izražata v ambivalentnih procesih svetovnega mreženja in postavitve s simbolično bitko pomenov kot »nacionalne zadeve«.

Keywords

intangible cultural heritage; managing; production; Serbia // nesnovna kulturna dediščina; upravljanje; produkcija; Srbija

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