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Gradén, Lizette, Susanne Österlund-Pötzsch & Hanne Pico Larsen (red.)
Ethnologia Europaea vol. 40:2

2010, 116 s., hft.
ISBN 978-87-635-3667-7
Tidsskrift: Ethnologia Europaea
ISSN 0425-4597

2011
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The authors contributing to this special issue seek to tease out the performative dimensions entailed in the production, experience and presentation of space. How are Nordic Spaces created and expressed in the Nordic countries and North America? How do such spaces give space to cultural heritage and delimit identities?

Starting from the premise that the performative takes on a central role in spatial experiences and continuity, we follow the tourist gait in urban settings, the successful Nordic branding of a Michelin restaurant, the new ways museums stage identities, the dramaturgy of a popular TV show and a folk culture festival. How are identities performed in the charting of immigrant experiences or lives emplaced in folklore narratives?

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Terry Gunnell: Introduction. Performative Stages of the Nordic World

Susanne Österlund-Pötzsch: Pedestrian Art. The Tourist Gait as Tactic and Performance

Lizette Gradén: Performing a Present from the Past. The Värmland Heritage Gift, Materialized Emotions and Cultural Connectivity

Hanna Snellman: Performing Ethnography and Ethnicity. An Early Documentation of Finnish Immigrants in Nordiska museet

Ergo-Hart Västrik and Ester Võsu: Performing Votianness. Heritage Production, the Votian Museum and Village Feasts

Chad Eric Bergman: A Performativity of Nordic Space. The Tension between Ritual and Sincerity Re-Embodied through Each Performance of Sweden’s Allsång på Skansen

Hanne Pico Larsen: Performing Tasty Heritage. Danish Cuisine and Playful Nostalgia at Restaurant noma

Timothy R. Tangherlini: Legendary Performances. Folklore, Repertoire and Mapping





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