MARTOR 22 / 2017

BACK TO THE FUTURE. CREATIVE TRADITIONS IN THE 21st CENTURY

Coordinators: Vintilă Mihăilescu, Bogdan Iancu, Corina Iosif.

Contents • Sommaire

Two Introductions

Vintilă MIHĂILESCU
Creative Traditions and Ecology of Heritage

Corina IOSIF and Bogdan IANCU
In Brief

I. Social Usages of Traditions

Marta JECU
Tradition and Architectural Representation

Augustin IOAN
Retrofuturism. A Revisited Concept for Religious Architecture

David DIACONU
(Re)establishing Institutions as Tradition. A Fieldwork-based Analysis of Obște’s Commons’ Management Institutions

Chris BAKER
Reinventing Mountain Food Traditions and Small Farm Survival in Southern Appalachia

II. Political Usages of Traditions

Andrea MEMBRETTI, Pier Paolo VIAZZO
Negotiating the Mountains. Foreign Immigration and Cultural Change in the Italian Alps

William WESTERMAN
Kayaktivism: The Anthropology of Protest, Craft, and the Imagination

III. Traditions on Display

Magdalena BUCHCZYK, Gabriela NICOLESCU, Alexandra URDEA
Forging Folklore, Disrupting Archives: Curatorial Explorations between Tradition and Innovation

Anca-Maria PĂNOIU
A Sense of Past. Usages of Objects in Naïve Museology

IV. Traditions in Dialogue

Raluca OPREA-MINOIU, Cosmin MANOLACHE, Ana PASCU, Ciprian VOICILĂ, Ruxandra GRIGORESCU, Mirela FLORIAN, Beatrice IORDAN, Lidia STAREȘ, Valentina BÂCU
Atelierul de creativitate. A Sentimental Dossier

Corina IOSIF
Creative Traditions Forum: the Project and the Team

Bogdan IANCU
Inside the Creative Traditions Workshops

V. Book Reviews

Cristoph BRUMANN, David BERLINER (eds.), World Heritage on the Ground. Ethnographic Perspectives, New York and Oxford: Berghahn Publishers, 2016, 327 p. (reviewed by Vintilă MIHĂILESCU).

Margaret BEISSINGER, Speranţa RĂDULESCU, Anca GIURCHESCU (eds.), Manele in Romania: Cultural Expression and Social Meaning in Balkan Popular Music, Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2016, 311 p. (reviewed by Claudiu OANCEA).