Patrimonio tangible e intangible mexicano: una reflexión


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S2854
9781407315645
Juan García Targa and Geiser Gerardo Martín Medina
2017
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Description

Durante los días 23,24 y 25 de octubre de 2014 se desarrolló en Mérida (Yucatán, México) dentro de Festival de Cultura Maya (FICMAYA) el congreso Cultura y Patrimonio Mexicano del siglo XXI orientado a reflexionar en torno a diferentes aspectos tipos de patrimonio (arqueológico, arquitectónico, documental), aspectos a tener en cuenta en su gestión, formas diferentes tratar el patrimonio desde perspectivas institucionales o bien privadas en algunos casos. Así mismo, se han presentado propuesta de ejemplos de gestión de carácter comunitario. El volumen Patrimonio tangible e intangible mexicano: una reflexión tiene por lo tanto como objetivo el análisis y la reflexión en torno a diferentes aspectos vinculados con el patrimonio: educación, sociedad y cultura como ejes vertebradores de la realidad actual de un país como México y una sociedad como la Yucateca jalonada de evidencias del pasado en todos sus pueblos y ciudades.

On the 23rd, 24th and 25th of October 2014, a conference on Mexican Culture and Heritage in the Twenty-First Century was held in Merida (Yucatán, Mexico), as part of the Festival of Mayan Culture (FICMAYA). The purpose of this conference was to reflect on different aspects and types of heritage (archaeological, architectural, documentary), on the factors to be taken into account in its management, and on different ways to treat heritage from institutional or, in some cases, private perspectives. At the same time, examples of community management were proposed. The volume Patrimonio tangible e intangible mexicano: una reflexión thus has as its objectives both the analysis of and reflection about various issues related to heritage, education, society and culture as the backbone of the contemporary reality of a country like Mexico and of a society such as that of the Yucatán, which shows evidence of the past in all its towns and cities.

Juan García Targa holds a first degree in Archaeology, a doctorate in the History of America and a master's in Pedagogical Museography from the University of Barcelona. He works autonomously in archaeological salvage, on research projects, and on museography, specifically as relates to public institutions and private companies. He has been teaching at universities in Spain and Mexico for thirty years. Geiser Gerardo Martín Medina is an archaeologist at the Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY), Mexico. He has participated in historical archaeology and archaeological rescue projects and the Comalcalco Archaeological Project, and has also acted as an advisor in the restoration of the former maritime customs of Frontera, Tabasco, Mexico. He is currently working on preventive archaeology during the construction of electrical lines.

Contributors: Sergio Angulo Uc, Edwin Roberto Baas García, Adolfo Iván Batun Alpuche, Roberto Carlos Can Cituk, Vianney Cupiche Herrera, Luis Daniel Dominguez Aguilar, Eduardo Andrés Escalante Carrillo, José Trinidad Escalante Kuk, Magdalena A. García Sánchez, Luis Antonio Huitrón Santoyo, Nicholas James, Nayra Llonch, Geiser Gerardo Martín Medina, Tánia Martínez, Cecilia Medina Martín, Alejandra Mosco Jaimes, Luis Raúl Pantoja Díaz, Marcos Noé Pool Cab, Ana Marianela Porraz Castillo, Abraham Israel Reyes Aldana, Joan Santacana, Aurora Xolalpa Aroche

110 pages, Illustrated throughout in black and white. 33 figures.

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