Vykročení mimo vlastní prostor : cesta k současným etnokulturním tradicím

Title in English Stepping Out of Their Own Space : A Journey to Contemporary Ethnocultural Traditions


Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Od folkloru k world music: Hudba a prostor
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Web https://image.folkoveprazdniny.cz/2020/kolokvium2020/sbornik2020_06_Pavlicova_cz.pdf
Keywords Folk culture; neoromanticism; second existence of folk culture; folklorism; intangible cultural heritage; ethnocultural traditions
Description The living space of humans has always been determined by various borders, whether they are objective or subjective. In the history of especially European societies, geographical borders as combined with social order were the rule. Crossing these borders was principal for learning new cultures and mentalities. The more the horizons were opened and brought back new perceptions and understanding, the more the systems of traditional culture were weakened in the original environment, especially in rural areas. Traditional cultural manifestations were affected and transformed under the influence of mass culture; in the 19th and 20th centuries, they were also being “discovered, learned, maintained, resurrected and even ‘imagined’”. Society evolved in opposite directions: various approaches to people’s cultures and their folk traditions have been reflected in concepts such as the second existence of folk culture, folklorism, public culture, intangible cultural heritage, and ethnocultural traditions.
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