Friday, September 27, 2013

International Symposium on Safeguarding Asian Shaman Heritage/ தென்கொரியா செல்கிறேன்

International Symposium on
Safeguarding Asian Shaman Heritage


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Project title
International Symposium on Safeguarding Asian Shaman Heritage
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Date / Venue
13 November 2013, Jindo, Republic of Korea
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Participants
ICH Experts, scholars and performers from Bhutan, India, Japan,Mongolia, MyanmarPhilippines, Turkey, Viet Nam, and Korea
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Hosted by
Jindo County, Republic of Korea
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Organised by
International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (ICHCAP)
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Sponsored by
Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea
1. Outline
TitleInternational Symposium on Safeguarding Asian Shaman Heritage
ObjectivesDraw up cooperative measures to safeguard the shaman heritage,primitive intangible cultural heritage distributed over the entireAsian region, through international symposium and related events
Date/Venue13 November 2013 / Jindo County, Republic of Korea
ParticipantsApproximately 150 participants
Participant countries: Bhutan, India, Japan, Mongolia, Myanmar,Philippines, Turkey, Viet Nam, and Korea
- Participants: 150 participants (subtotal)
20 domestic scholars and researchers
10 nternational experts, 40 international performers
20 secretariats and organisers from Jindo and ICHCAP
60 public participants
Hosted ByJindo County, Republic of Korea
Organised ByICHCAP
Sponsored ByCultural Heritage Administration of Korea
ContentsHold an international symposium on the diversity and commonality ofshaman heritage in Asia
 Present on current safeguarding status and challenges of
Shaman heritage by each country
 Seek measures for safeguarding the shared shaman heritagethrough international cooperation
- Hold public events (performances) related to shaman heritage frominvited countries

2Provisional Programme

A. Opening Ceremony
Opening remarks
Welcoming remarks
Keynote speech

B. Session 1: The Diversity and Commonality of Shaman Heritage in Asia
 Shaman Heritage in North-East Asia
∙ Presentation 1. Current Safeguarding Status and Challenges of Shaman Heritage in Mongolia / Dr. Sodnomdorj Yanjinsuren (Professor, Department of Religious Studies, National University of Mongolia)
 Presentation 2. Current Safeguarding Status and Challenges of ShamanHeritage in Korea / Dr. Kim Hun-Sun (Professor, Department of KoreanLanguage and Literature, Kyunggi University)
 Presentation 3. Current Safeguarding Status and Challenges of Shaman Heritage in Japan / to be determined
C. Session 2: The Diversity and Commonality of Shaman Heritage in Asia
 Shaman Heritage in South-East Asia
 Presentation 4. Indigenous Ritual Specialists in the Philippines / Dr. Jesus Peralta (Consultant, National Commission for Culture and the Arts)
  Presentation 5. Working with Community for Identifying Len Dong-Vietnamese Shaman as a Heritage / Dr. Le Thi Minh Ly (Deputy Director,the Center for Research and Preservation of Rituals and Believes of Vietnam) 
 Presentation 6. Safeguarding Strategies for Myanmar Shaman heritage / Dr. Mya Mya Khin (Professor, Department of Anthropology, Yangon University)
D. Session 3: The Diversity and Commonality of Shaman Heritage in Asia
 Shaman Heritage in South-West Asia
 Presentation 7. The cultural struggles of shamanistic healing traditions in India / Dr. MD Muthukumaraswamy (Director, National Folklore Support Centre in India)
∙ Presentation 8. Current Safeguarding Status and Challenges of ShamanHeritage in Bhutan / Ms. Tshering Choki (ICH Researcher, Department of Culture, Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs, Bhutan)
∙ Presentation 9. Current Safeguarding Status and Challenges of ShamanHeritage in Turkey / Dr. Ozkul Cobanoglu (Professor, Department of Turkish Language and Literature, Hacettepe University)

E. Discussion: Cultural Heritage Value of Asian Shaman Heritage and Safeguarding Measures  

3. Related Events

A.Lecture Demonstration of Asian Shaman Heritage
Date: 1 November 2013
Venue: Jindo Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre
Operated by: The World Ethnic Dance Institute (WEDI)
Outline
      - Organise a lecture demonstration of Asian shaman ritual performances of performing groups invited from Mongolia, Japan, Viet Nam, Myanmar, and India.


BSpecial Programme of Jindo Intangible Cultural Heritage Festival
(Representation of Primitive Culture of Humanity-Shaman Heritage in Asia)
Date: 2 November 2013
Venue: Jindo Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre
Operated by:
Outline
      Organise international shaman ritual performances of performing groups invited fromMongolia, Japan, Viet Nam, Myanmar, India, and Korea.

CJindo Intangible Cultural Heritage Festival
Date: 3 November 2013
Venue: Jindo Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre
Operated by: Jindo County
Outline
- Watch the ICH performance by Jindo performing groups



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