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Marc Jacobs, Jorijn Neyrinck and Albert van der Zeijden, UNESCO, 249

Brokers and Critical Success (F)Actors in Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage

Marc Jacobs, Jorijn Neyrinck en Albert van der Zeijden, UNESCO, 257

makelaars en kritische succes (f)actoren in de borging van immaterieel cultureel erfgoed


Marc Jacobs, Cultural Brokerage, Addressing Boundaries and the New Paradigm of 265

Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Folklore Studies, Transdisciplinary Perspectives and UNESCO

David Lewis, Understanding the Role of Non-government Organizations. 293

(NGOs) as Cultural Brokers: a Review of Approaches

Marc Jacobs, Development Brokerage, Anthropology and Public Action. 299

Local Empowerment, International Cooperation and Aid: Safeguarding of

Intangible Cultural Heritage


Jorijn Neyrinck, Beyond the Conventional. How to Foster Co-production 319

for Safeguarding ICH

Ananya Bhattacharya, Integrating Culture in Planning and Action for Sustainable 339

Development: the Role of ICH NGOs

Albert van der Zeijden, Dealing with Black Pete. 349

Media, Mediators and the Dilemmas of Brokering Intangible Heritage


Dale Jarvis, Reframing and Extending Tradition. Intangible Cultural Heritage and 361

Public Folklore in Newfoundland and Labrador

Veronika Filkó, Using Networks in the Process of Developing the National Inventory 379

of ICH in Hungary

Lothar Casteleyn, Ellen Janssens and Jorijn Neyrinck, Six Years of Experience 387

in Intangible Heritage Mediation in Flanders (Belgium). From Cultural Heritage Cells

and an ICH Network to www.immaterieelerfgoed.be

Emily Drani, The Role of NGOs in Preserving and Promoting Intangible 405

Cultural Heritage in Uganda. The Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda

Valentina Lapiccirella Zingari, Projects of Heritage Communities as New Challenges 411

for Anthropologists. Italian Perspectives on Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage,

Mediation and Cultural Brokerage


Marilena Alivizatou, Intangible Heritage and the Museum. 417

New Perspectives on Cultural Preservation (Ramon de la Combé)

Summaries 421

Contributors 429