Entretien avec Barbara Glowczewski, Des connexions orales et visuelles aux connexions numériques

Abstract : Initially questioned on the aboriginal concept of oral literature and transmission, Barbara Glowczewski then presents her investigating and collecting practices, explaining the importance given to image and sound recording techniques, and to multimedia. Aboriginal communities in Australia have undergone many changes in recent decades. Like other native peoples, they are highly concerned by the current issues regarding conservation of intangible heritage. Today, political issues, conflicts of interest, social difficulties lead Aborigines to question themselves on the place to be given to their oral traditions. Between a search for authenticity and the need to be part of modernity, it is ultimately their own practices regarding this intangible heritage to transmit that the anthropologist invites us to examine.
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Cécile Leguy, Barbara Glowczewski. Entretien avec Barbara Glowczewski, Des connexions orales et visuelles aux connexions numériques. Cahiers de Littérature Orale, Presses de l'Inalco, 2008, Pratiques d'enquêtes, pp.319-335. ⟨halshs-02175461⟩

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