By MA?irA©ad Nic Craith, Ullrich Kockel and Reinhard Johler
This ebook discusses the historical past and modern perform of learning cultures 'at home', by means of analyzing Europe's nearby or 'small' ethnologies of the previous, current and destiny. With the increase of nationalism and independence in Europe, ethnologies have usually performed a huge function within the nation-building method. The members to this e-book supply case reviews of ethnologies as methodologies, exhibiting how they could tackle key questions touching on lifestyle in Europe. in addition they discover problems with eu integration and the transnational measurement of tradition in Europe this present day, and view how neighborhood ethnologies can play an important half in forming a much wider 'European ethnology' as neighborhood individuals have adventure of mixing identities inside of higher areas or countries.
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CIAP 1962, 1963, 1964). 1962 from Erixon to Christiansen (SE 8:31). Erixon explains that he wrote down what happened as there was no secretary present and no minutes to be expected. From CIAP to SIEF 29 – a description of a rather chaotic meeting, where Ranke and Wildhaber (not CIAPmembers) dominated. Erixon’s letter do not differ from Pinon’s ‘minutes’ concerning Ranke’s role; Ranke proposed both who should be members of the committee and what they should do, insisting that everyone loyally support the new committee.
Some 30 persons are mentioned by name; Erixon, Christiansen and ten others are safely put on the shelf as honorary members, whereas seventeen people (‘The Four’ included) are designated to the Administrative Council. The Executive Board is made up of six persons – half of it by themselves. On their very ﬁrst meeting, Peeters proposed himself as executive vice president; Pinon should become general secretary and Lecotté treasurer. Richard Dorson (USA) was appointed president, while Raul Cortazar (Buenos Aires) and Matthias Zender (Bonn) became vice presidents.
To Erixon’s surprise, the Belgian organisers29 convened the meeting on a day other than that agreed – in the afternoon directly after the closure of the congress, and not at the promised venue – but in a busy and noisy hotel lobby. Instead of convening only the Board and a few guests, as planned, they opened the doors to the participants of the congress. 30 Or as Erixon dryly remarks in a letter to Christiansen: ‘This implies a suggestion that CIAP is dormant’. There are two Reports from the meeting.