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Author Ritterband, Salomé, author
Title Tracking indigenous heritage : Ju/'hoansi San learning, interpreting, and staging tradition for a sustainable future in cultural tourism in the Tsumkwe District of Namibia / Salomé Ritterband
Imprint Wien ; Zürich : Lit, [2018]
©2018
book jacket
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 Ethnology Library  DT1058.K86 R58 2018    AVAILABLE    30520020871696
Descript 290 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
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volume nc rdacarrier
Series Legal anthropology and indigenous rights ; volume 3
Legal anthropology and indigenous rights ; v. 3
Note In 'Living Museums and Cultural Villages', the Ju/?hoansi San of north-eastern Namibia handle their 'Intangible Cultural Heritage' as a basis for self-determination and as a strategy to achieve their claims for indigenous rights. On a regular basis, they perform their?traditional? hunter-gatherer lifestyle for tourists as a means of generating income, while their children playfully practice and re-enact it themselves. After centuries of discrimination and marginalisation, the Ju/?hoansi are moving towards a new position inside the nation state
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-266)
Subject !Kung (African people) -- Namibia -- Tsumkwe District
San (African people) -- Namibia -- Tsumkwe District
Heritage tourism -- Namibia -- Tsumkwe District
Heritage tourism. fast (OCoLC)fst00955465
!Kung (African people) fast (OCoLC)fst00793677
San (African people) fast (OCoLC)fst01104725
Namibia -- Tsumkwe District. fast (OCoLC)fst01279235
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