by Marie Trape · Publication 11/23/2016 · updated 02/01/2017.
This post was originally published in French.The 4th session of the seminar “New study fields in cultural heritage law” will end the 20th Festival de l’imaginaire organized by la Maison des cultures du monde. This event also highlights the 13th ICH day.
2016 is at the same time the 10th anniversary of France’s ratification of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage – the year it entered into force – and the year France chose to enact a new law on creation, architecture, and heritage, which introduces intangible cultural heritage in the definition of heritage. After this first decade implementing the Convention, what does the introduction of ICH in French law change, and which effects can be expected? These questions will be debated by researchers with expertise in intangible cultural heritage law, and officials from different European countries, that have passed legislation in favor of ICH.
Practical information :
December 16, 2016
17h – 20h
Musée du quai Branly Jacques Chirac – Théâtre Claude Lévi-Strauss
Opening and introduction :
Pascal Liévaux, head of the Department of research management and science policy, Ministry of Culture and Communication, France
Séverine Cachat, Head of the French Center for Intangible Cultural Heritage, la Maison des cultures du monde
Marie Cornu, Research Director, CNRS, Institut des Sciences sociales du Politique, and secretary of the French National Commission for UNESCO
Christian Hottin, Director of studies at the National Heritage Institute, Department of curators
And in alphabetical order :
Sara Gonzalez Cambeiro, doctor in history, expert in managing intangible cultural heritage in Spain, responsible of the Madrid delegation of Labrit Patrimoine
Anita Vaivade, researcher and lecturer, Latvian Academy of Culture
Noé Wagener, lecturer in public law, University Paris-Est Créteil
This event is part of the seminar “New study fields in cultural heritage law,” it’s a collaboration between la Maison des cultures du monde, l’Institut des Sciences sociales du Politiques (CNRS – ENS Cachan – Université Paris-Ouest), la direction générale des Patrimoines du ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, and the French National Commission for UNESCO.
Citer ce billet
Marie Trape (2016, 23 novembre). Intangible cultural heritage in the law, and then ? (Conference, Paris, Dec. 16, 2016). Droit, patrimoine et culture. Consulté le 24 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/nw6w