Intangible Cultural Heritage: heritage policies, agents and organizations. The heritigisation of Kola San Jon in Portugal

Leading researcher: Carla Queiroz
Research group: Practices and Politics of Culture
Type of project: Doctoral research
Status: Ongoing
Keywords: Intangible cultural heritage | Public policies | Heritigisation | National inventory


Main institution: CRIA
Participant institutions: n.a.
Funding: FCT
Reference: SFRH/BD/52271/2013
Starting date: 01-01-14

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Abstract

Reflect on how Portugal leads and has implemented public policies for the intangible heritage in the light of the principles set by UNESCO in the 2003 Convention and how different actors have operated its performance in this area, is the ultimate goal of this research. As case studies presents first, the Portuguese government action that falls historically the roots of The Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage (DGPC), responsible for conducting and implementing the national policy for the intangible cultural heritage in Portugal and, at another level, the heritigisation of Kola San Jon, cape verdean practice which is held at Cova da Moura in Lisbon, and was recognized in October 2013 as intangible cultural heritage in Portugal, through its registration in the National Inventory.

Researchers from CRIA

IDNamePositionProjTitleProject typeStatus
pub143*Nélia DiasSupervisorproj80*Intangible Cultural Heritage: heritage policies, agents and organizations. The heritigisation of Kola San Jon in PortugalDoctoral researchOngoing
pub420*Carla QueirósResearch scholarproj80*Intangible Cultural Heritage: heritage policies, agents and organizations. The heritigisation of Kola San Jon in PortugalDoctoral researchOngoing
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