(NEMATERIJALNO) KULTURNO NASLEĐE KAO INSTRUMENT POMIRENJA I REŠAVANJA KULTURNIH KONFLIKATA

Autori

  • Jelena Ćuković Doktorand na Odeljenju za etnologiju i antropologiju, Filozofski fakultet u Beogradu

Ključne reči:

sukob, pomirenje, kulturno nasleđe, identitet, politika, birokratija, Unesko, antropologija i etnologija

Apstrakt

U antropološkim i etnološkim analizama ratnih sukoba, nacionalnih i etnokonfesionalnih konflikata, kulturno nasleđe zauzima ako ne mesto samog predmeta sukoba, a onda zasigurno mesto predmeta istrumentalizacije u svrhe legitimizovanja započinjanja ili održavanja konfliktnog stanja. Ovaj rad zastupa tezu da je kulturno nasleđe, rame uz rame s kulturnim identitetom, vrednosno neutralan pojam i da stoga ima veliki potencijal kao instrument rešavanja sukoba i instrument kulturno-političkih pomirenja. U radu se ispituje podobnost Uneskovog sistema zaštite nematerijalnog kulturnog nasleđa kao odgovarajućeg okvira za pozitivno označenu instrumentalizaciju.

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