Accepted abstracts

List of all accepted abstracts

(ordered alphabetically by title)

[this list is updated regularly - last update 2018-11-24]

NOTE: Complying with the new European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) we cannot publicly associate Author's names to titles without express authorisation from the Author. In all cases we obtained Author's agreement authorship and affiliation is listed.



1714, Catalan National Day, 'Perfidious Albion' and Brexit: thoughts on the authenticity of historical memory
John Carman - University of Bermingham - UK

Balochi Oral literature and the role of women

Balochi oral poetry: A pioneering new form of Balochi poetry in Karim Dashti’s Ghazal

Brazilian "Choro" Music: Brazil's Intangible Identity

Built heritage and Intangible heritage in Historical Urban Landscapes
Shelley-Anne Peleg - University of Haifa - Israel


Cammini d’Italia. On-going strategies for the landscape between business and preservation of tangible and intangible values

Can intangible values of a religious object be musealized?

Challenges of safeguarding wedding ceremonies as Intangible Cultural Heritage

Cultural festival: place identity reconstruction and a cultural tourist experience

Drawing Intangibility
Philippe Campays - Victoria University of Wellington - New Zealand

From Death to Life: Revitalisation of Cultural Heritage though Tourism

Gender and indian music

Grinding Culture and Singing Tradition of Maharashtrian Women: A Means to Express and Transmit Intangible and Inexpressible Cultural Articulations

Immaterial values in historic buildings - How to manage when heritage is intangible?

Mourning Heritage: Mortuary Practices for Craftwork in Japan

Ongoing authenticity. The (re)creation of the historical urban centres in Portugal

Oratorian-Influenced Spatial Typologies in Northern Province of Sri Lanka

Preserving shack life in a changing world
Geoff Ashley - MICOMOS & Alistair Henchman - RPIA - Australia

Promoting intangible cultural heritage through politics: the case of Catalonia

Re-Creating a Sustainable Green Planet (SGP)
Joy Manglani - India

Re-examine George Town’s Traditional Trades as Intangible Cultural Heritage

Reviving the Lost Arts of the Australian Vernacular
Noni Boyd, 
Jean Rice & Jenny Snowdon - Australia


Sacred Mountain and Living Buddha – Contemporary Re-Imagination of Venerable Daoji (1130-1207AD)'s Legacy

Saving the intangible – future-oriented responses to the Red List of Endangered Crafts (UK)

Sawing old ladies and splitting up donkeys, an intangible heritage still performed in Portugal

Strength Unseen: Intangible Heritage as a Driver for Resilience

Sustainable Cultural Tourism Development in Gaeltacht communities – Managing the Potential of the Wild Atlantic Way

T’Agiasmata: The Holy Water Resources in Istanbul And Their Importance as an Element of the City’s Intangible Cultural Heritage

Tangible outcomes of intangible socio-cultural changes: The case study of Kandovan

The disintegration of society into decadence in the youth of Punjab

The influences and implications of the European Capital of Culture on intangible heritage: Novi Sad 2021

The international interaction between the boundary landmarks of the cities of Santana do Livramento and Rivera

The King-maker: the ethnographer in contemporary succession disputes
Deborah Whelan - University of Lincoln - UK

The Phar and Mata-ni-pachedi: Sacred Textile Arts of Rajasthan and Gujarat, India
Cindy Gould - Iowa State University - USA & Praveen Singh Rathore - India


The river and the birth of a culture: Piracicaba and its intangible issues
Leandra Magri Daruge - University of Algarve - Portugal

The transmission of traditional music outside of traditional society: the “jota” in the Terres de l’Ebre (Southern Catalonia) today

Traditional material and techniques to preseerve the authenticity in Venice


Using Adaptive Reuse as a strategy for the renovation of traditional vernacular architecture in Erbil city


What Tradition? Shared and Nested Values in the Pacific
Jean Rice - Australia