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Priya Srinivasan , May 15th, 2017
It was the moment that the sociologist from University of Amsterdam Olga Sezneva announced “I will be a talking artifact” while striking a pose in the Allard Pierson…
Daniel Winfree Papuga , November 2nd, 2013
The zeze is a spike fiddle from Tanzania – and a member of a fiddle family played all over Africa and Asia. The zeze is composed of a…
Daniel Winfree Papuga , November 1st, 2013
‘Pols’ is one of the most prevalent dances in Central Norway. Like the mazurka, a pols is in 3/4 time, with a rhythmic change during the last measure…
Daniel Winfree Papuga , December 12th, 2012
Last week, the 2012 session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage was held at UNESCO in Paris. Of the 36 intangible assets…