The origins of ethnomusicology
March 27 2013

Salle du Conseil au 4e étage

Maison Archéologie et Ethnologie, René Ginouvès

The cluster’s first workshop is on one of the internally developed projects: “Sources of ethnomusicology.” This project combines digitization and the distribution of archives conserved jointly by the French National Library, the Quai Branly Museum, and the Center for Research in Ethnomusicology (CREM-LESC, MAE Nanterre). The day-long seminar proposes both reflection on the issues specific to the decompartmentalization between complementary collections of ethnomusicological archives and the issues surrounding the digital distribution of heritage, which implies being based on the most adapted and innovative usage practices and technologies. The project’s double objective - to regroup scattered collections and to make available to the largest possible public a common heritage - will be met by the analysis of specialists, who have been invited to bring a detached and outside perspective to the project.



Record of the Workshop of March 27th, 2013


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Maison Archéologie et Ethnologie, René Ginouvès
Salle du Conseil au 4e étage _____