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Istituto centrale per la demoetnoantropologia

Varia di Palmi

istituto centrale per la demoetnoantropologia

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The event is the main festival of the Calabria region. Above the sacred chariot, "mbuttaturi" carriers carry meter tall human figures: "Animella" child representing the Virgin Mary and human figures representing "Padreterno" God , the apostles , and angels. The event includes a procession the day before, displaying the painting of "Our Lady of the Sacred Letter" and the shrine of the " sacred hair ". In addition, the Istituto Centrale per la Demoetnoantropologia "Central Institute of Demoethnoanthropology" in Rome cataloged the event as "intangible heritage" of the regions of Italy and Rome. Palmi organizes the festival under the patronage of the Province of Reggio Calabria , Calabria and religious institutions. The origins of the festival date back to , when the Senate of Messina gave a hair of the Virgin Mary to the town of Palmi, in gratitude for the aid provided to the Sicilian town during a plague. As a result of this gift, Palmi Messina imported the tradition of celebrating the Assumption of Mary with a votive chariot that represents the event.

ICH is not an explicit asset in the policy documents of our institution; however it has been an instrument to dialogue, engage and collaborate with museum audiences on different levels. ICH has been used as a tool to contextualize objects and collections in permanent or temporary exhibitions so, as an enlargement of the museum communication ; the intangible culturale heritage community-based vision has been always stressed and enlightened in museum practices, through the organizations of public activities and events, enhancing cultural transmissions and intangible elements such as oral traditions, music, storytelling The practices that we'd like to share is the participative process that we experimented for the exhibition "The Making of a Point of View, Spotlights on the Indonesian and Malaysian collections". The aim of the project is to enhance the role, and increase the visibility, of ethnographic museums as centres of cultural encounter, open dialogue, innovative creation and knowledge starting from the collaboration with the diaspora communities and with artists. Within this perspective, a crucial moment was the reflection on the museum's Indonesian and Malaysian collections: our objective was to integrate two activities that formed part of the project, the artistic residence and the collaborative exhibition, while expanding the exchange between the museum's staff, H. Lim, the artist in residence, and the diaspora communities involved in the project.

This study investigates to what extent Bronze Age societies in Northern Italy were permeable accepting and integrating non-local individuals, as well as importing a wide range of raw materials, commodities, and ideas from networks spanning continental Europe and the Mediterranean. Although a wide range of exotic archaeological materials indicates that the inhabitants of the Po plain increasingly took part in the networks of Continental European and the Eastern Mediterranean, we should not overlook the fact that the dynamics of interaction were also extremely active on local and regional levels. Mobility patterns have been explored for three key-sites, spanning the Early to Late Bronze Age BC , namely Sant'Eurosia, Casinalbo and Fondo Paviani, through strontium and oxygen isotope analysis on a large sample size more than individuals.
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