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“农家乐”/风俗旅游/在地化/民俗主义

  Why I’m a
Folklorist(笔者怎么是一名民俗学者)是AFS(U.S.风俗学会)社长Katte纳发起的三个版画项目。在2014年AFS理事委员会议晚宴上,凯突发奇想拿动手机,起首问旁边的人:你干吗是一名风俗学者?用两分钟时间告知笔者。AFS随后为那一品种又张开了往往正规拍片,共计录像了60多场短时访谈。

  讲座标题:风俗、饮食方法与超自然力

  演说人:迪姆罗仪德 (Timothy 劳埃德)

Agritainment and Folklorism

  来自己们学科的同行博士,新入职业教育师,毕生教授,公共风俗学者,全职人士及别的活跃职员都到场了那个类型。凯说:他们的口才、激情和美妙绝伦的主持都是第壹级的。全体搜罗都在几分钟以内,但观者还是能够从那短短这几分钟中的确领悟到大家为啥进入大家的行列。那几个体系在某种程度上也落到实处了学会及其理事委员会的指标将民俗学带向更广大的社会风气。

  主讲: 迪姆罗仪德 (Timothy Lloyd)

U.Swww.463.com永利皇宫.习俗学会进行,饮食方法与超自然力。  题目:Thinking Big in Folklore

作 者:周星

  截止20壹7年3月,这一个搜聚集有3叁个已经公开,其余的也就要不久后公告。近日公开的录像包蕴2016年新秋和20一7年仲春在印第安纳州教堂山、俄勒冈州布卢明顿设置的风俗学活动中录像的搜集。AFS
20壹七年年会上拍照的Why I’m a
Folklorist摄像和20壹七年阳春在布卢明顿录像的别样采访都正在中期制作中。观看全体已发表的Why
I’m a Folklorist采访,请访问美利哥风俗学会Youtube频道中的Why I’m a
Folklorist播放列表。

  翻译:朱刚

  时间:10月13日(周二)14:0016:00

小编简要介绍:周星,男,东瀛爱知高校中国学研讨中央教师,首要从事国家与民俗、当代常常生活商量。

  倘使您想为这一个体系讲述自身的轶事,或想主持二个Why I’m a
Folklorist的水墨画活动,请联系凯特纳或U.S.A.风俗学会(americanfolkloresociety@gmail.com
)。

  讲座时间:5月二124日午后二:305:30(星期一)

  地点:中国语言文学系一楼会议室

原发新闻:《中原知识商讨》201六年第十164期


  讲座地方:核心民院文化楼西区070贰

  主讲人简单介绍

内容提要:作为乡村旅游的尝试性施行,“农家乐”被授予了天生、健康、从容、质朴,以及亲情温暖、民风淳朴等特质,显示了差异于今后的讲究古板、守护乡土的新文化观。同时,它还被寄予了诸如发展农村经济、减轻城市和乡村对峙、进步人民幸福指数等多地方的期许。实际上,“农家乐”是基层政坛、投资经营者以及乘客等三种本事形塑的漫游项目,那类项目经过在地化的施行,日益脱离乡民平日生活的语境,被重申乃至特化为本地的民俗文化特色,成为旅游场合下的风土民情活动,那是风俗主义的具体表现。如此一来,“农家乐”及更遍布意义上的民俗旅游就招致了风俗、风俗承载者的客体化以及各样模样的特化,那在一面推动升高本地群众的文化志愿,以至也许带来民俗承袭的关口;另一方面,也敦促民俗产生各个影响其本真性的浮动。但不可不可以认的是,风俗旅游和风俗文化以及在地的平时生活是并行关系的留存,风俗的古板性和地点性是风俗旅游的第2,农家生活的质朴性和家乡田园性则是“农家乐”的根本。由此,保持“农家乐”与风俗旅游健康向上的机要是小千金食治营、在地经营、社区涉企,及其农家生活知识情形的可不断。

  ”Why I’m a Folklorist”is a film project initiated by AFS President
Kay Turner.In a spontaneous moment at an AFS board meeting dinner in
2016,Kay took out her iPhone and began asking those seated nearby”Why
are you a folklorist?You’ve got two minutes to tell me.”More formal
filming events followed,resulting in more than sixty short interviews
being filmed for the project.

  主讲人简要介绍

  迪姆罗仪德(Timothy Lloyd)

As a kind of tentative practice of rural tourism,the agritainment is
endowed the quality of nature,health,leisure,simplicity,warm affection
and honesty and warm-hearted customs.It embodies a new cultural concept
of cherishing tradition and protecting native land,which is a different
way from the past.At the same time,it is also placed on such
expectations as developing rural economy,alleviating the opposition
between city and countryside and promoting the Gross National
Happiness.In fact,the agritainment is a kind of tourist projects which
is shaped by many powers mainly including local government,investor and
tourist.Through the practice of localization,this kind of project is
gradually separating itself from the context of villager’s daily
life,pays attention to the characteristics of local folk culture,and
becomes the folk activity in the setting of tourism.This is the concrete
representation of folklorism.Thus,the agritainment and the folk tourism
in much border sense create the objectification and all kinds of
specialization of folklore and its carrier.On the one hand,it is helpful
to elevate the cultural self-consciousness of the local people,and it
even takes the opportunity to folk inheritance.On the other hand,it also
makes folklore changes which can influence its authenticity.But
undeniably,the folk tourism,folk culture and the local daily life have
relation with each other.The traditionality and locality of folk custom
is the key of folk tourism,the quality of si

www.463.com永利皇宫 ,  Colleagues from across our discipline–grad students,newly minted and
long-tenured professors,public folklorists,adjuncts and activists–have
participated.Kay says,”The eloquence,emotion,and sheer variety of claims
made is outstanding.None of the interviews lasts more than a few
minutes,but in those brief moments with folklorists,the viewer gains a
real sense of why people join our field.In part,this project fulfills
the Society’s request and the Board’s goal to bring folklore to a wider
world.”

  迪姆罗仪德(提姆othy Lloyd)

  美利坚合众国风俗学会施行主席  西弗吉尼亚州立大学全职副教师

关 键 词:“农家乐”/风俗旅游/在地化/风俗主义/the agritainment/folk
tourism/localization/folklorism

  As of November 2017,thirty-four of these interviews are available to
the public,and more are scheduled to be released soon.The videos
currently available include interviews that were shot during fall 2016
and spring 2017 at folklore events in Chapel Hill,NC and
Bloomington,IN.The”Why I’m a Folklorist”interviews recorded at the 2017
AFS Annual Meeting in Minneapolis,as well as more of the interviews that
were filmed in Bloomington in the spring of 2017,are currently in
post-production.To view all of the”Why I’m a Folklorist”interviews
published so far,please visit the”Why I’m a Folklorist”playlist on the
American Folklore Society Youtube channel.

  美利坚合营国风俗学会实施主席  俄勒冈州立大学专职副教师

  迪姆罗仪德在George华盛顿大学获得大学生学位。他的学士散文标题是《国家风俗节日:文化、历史和集体民俗专业》。他的钻研兴趣包含美利哥餐饮风俗、俄勒冈州民俗、专业文化、风俗的公共实施的历史等。
他在美利哥入眼的风土学杂志上刊登了多篇文章和争辩。与人合著《三元湖捕鱼人:工作、认可和价值观》一书(巴黎综合理工高校出版社),该书一九玖零年被北美海洋史组织评为最好航海史书。

30多年持续的经济高效增进给中夏族民共和国社会组织带来了巨变,也拉动了可以称作“生活变革”的生活方式大调换。在浩如烟海的浮动中,近20多年来全国限制内左近兴起的“农家乐”现象显得特别醒目1。甘休近日,“农家乐”首若是在游历行当、城市和乡村壹体化、发展农村经济或扶贫、北边开拓[1]、新农建等内阁办事的文脉之中得到关爱、探讨和促进的。中国风俗学在为数不多的“风俗旅游”商讨中,一时也波及“农家乐”,或将其视为风俗旅游的1局地,或认为它属于农村旅游,是比风俗旅游较为低等的出境游情势。然则,全国各市的“农家乐”均程度不1地含有有为数不上将风俗文化作为能源予以利用的试行,也深远地反映着地点乡土或“古板”的民俗文化在当代中华社会中的基本境遇和新的升高恐怕。中华夏族民共和国风俗学对“农家乐”现象的鄙视,在某种意义上,能够证实其对今世实际社会中关系民俗文化的事象反应愚拙。本文试图从民俗主义视角研商“农家乐”的连带主题素材。

  If you would like to tell your own story for this project,or if you
would like to host a”Why I’m a Folklorist”filming event,please contact
Kay Turner or the American Folklore
Society(americanfolkloresociety@gmail.com).

  迪姆罗仪德在吉优rge华盛顿高校得到大学生学位。他的博士诗歌标题是《国家民俗节日:文化、历史和集体风俗职业》。他的商量兴趣包涵United States餐饮民俗、阿肯色州风俗、专门的学问文化、风俗的公共奉行的野史等。
他在美利坚联邦合众国首要的风俗学杂志上刊登了多篇小说和探讨。与人合著《安慕希湖渔民:专门的工作、认可和价值观》①书(内布拉斯加大学出版社),该书一玖八八年被北美海洋史组织评为最棒航海史书。

  多年来,他出任了大多集体,如法美基金会(French-American
Foundation),民俗文化基金(Fund for Folk
Culture,FFC),国会体育场所(Library of
Congress),密西西比州艺委会(Michigan Council on the
Arts),密苏里州立大学博物馆(Michigan State University
Museum),米国佐治亚州立大学教室(Ohio State University
Libraries)和史密森尼学会(Smithsonian
Institution)等部门的董事会成员或委员会顾问。

  多年来,他出任了诸多协会,如法美基金会(French-American
Foundation),风俗文化基金(Fund for Folk
Culture,FFC),国会体育地方(Library of
Congress),俄勒冈州艺委会(Michigan Council on the
Arts),马萨诸塞州立大学博物馆(Michigan State University
Museum),U.S.阿肯色州立高校教室(Ohio State University
Libraries)和史密森尼学会(Smithsonian
Institution)等部门的董事会成员或委员会顾问。

  讲座主办单位:北大中国语言经济学系

  讲座主办单位:宗旨民院经济学与音讯传播高校

  2009年10月12日

  2009年10月10日



Timothy Lloyd

Timothy Lloyd

Executive Director of the American Folklore Society(AFS)Adjunct
Associate Professor at the Ohio State University

Executive Director of the American Folklore Society(AFS)Adjunct
Associate Professor at the Ohio State University

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George Washington University)

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George Washington University)

Timothy Lloyd is executive director of the American Folklore Society.
Founded in 1888 by a collective of humanities scholars, museum
anthropologists, and private citizens–including author Mark Twain and
US President Rutherford B. Hayes–the Society (www.afsnet.org) is the
leading organization in the US for scholarship and public education
about folklore, folk art, and folk culture. Its more than 2,200 members
and subscribers are scholars, teachers, and libraries at colleges and
universities; professionals in arts and cultural organizations; and
community members involved in folklore work. Many of its members live
and work in the US, but their interests in folklore stretch around the
world, and today about one in every eight AFS members is from outside
the US.

Timothy Lloyd is executive director of the American Folklore Society.
Founded in 1888 by a collective of humanities scholars, museum
anthropologists, and private citizens–including author Mark Twain and
US President Rutherford B. Hayes–the Society (www.afsnet.org) is the
leading organization in the US for scholarship and public education
about folklore, folk art, and folk culture. Its more than 2,200 members
and subscribers are scholars, teachers, and libraries at colleges and
universities; professionals in arts and cultural organizations; and
community members involved in folklore work. Many of its members live
and work in the US, but their interests in folklore stretch around the
world, and today about one in every eight AFS members is from outside
the US.

Before coming to the Society, Lloyd served as executive director of
Cityfolk, a nationally recognized folk arts organization located in
Dayton, Ohio. Earlier still, he was deputy director of the American
Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, before which he served as
director of folk arts programs for the Ohio Arts Council and as a
folklorist for the Smithsonian Institution’s Center for Folklife and
Cultural Heritage. Lloyd received his PhD in American studies from The
George Washington University, and his BA in comparative literature and
MA in design from The Ohio State University. He has taught folklore at
Colorado College, The George Washington University, The Ohio State
University, and Utah State University.

Before coming to the Society, Lloyd served as executive director of
Cityfolk, a nationally recognized folk arts organization located in
Dayton, Ohio. Earlier still, he was deputy director of the American
Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, before which he served as
director of folk arts programs for the Ohio Arts Council and as a
folklorist for the Smithsonian Institution’s Center for Folklife and
Cultural Heritage. Lloyd received his PhD in American studies from The
George Washington University, and his BA in comparative literature and
MA in design from The Ohio State University. He has taught folklore at
Colorado College, The George Washington University, The Ohio State
University, and Utah State University.

His research interests include American foodways, occupational culture,
and the history of public practice in the field of folklore. He has
published articles and reviews in the major American folklore journals,
as well as essays and chapters in edited volumes, and co-authored Lake
Erie Fishermen: Work, Identity and Tradition (University of Illinois
Press), named the best maritime history book of 1990 by the North
American Society for Oceanic History.

His research interests include American foodways, occupational culture,
and the history of public practice in the field of folklore. He has
published articles and reviews in the major American folklore journals,
as well as essays and chapters in edited volumes, and co-authored Lake
Erie Fishermen: Work, Identity and Tradition (University of Illinois
Press), named the best maritime history book of 1990 by the North
American Society for Oceanic History.

Lloyd has served as a board and committee member or consultant for many
organizations, including the French-American Foundation, the Fund for
Folk Culture, the Michigan Council on the Arts and Cultural Affairs, the
Michigan State University Museum, the Ministry of Culture and
Communication of the Republic of France, the National Council for the
Traditional Arts, the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities,
the National Recordings Preservation Board, the Ohio Arts Council, the
Ohio Humanities Council, the Ohio State University Libraries, and the
Smithsonian Institution. He represents the AFS within the American
Council of Learned Societies and the National Humanities Alliance. He
also serves as an adjunct faculty member of the Institute of Language
and History at Shandong University in Jinan, China.

Lloyd has served as a board and committee member or consultant for many
organizations, including the French-American Foundation, the Fund for
Folk Culture, the Michigan Council on the Arts and Cultural Affairs, the
Michigan State University Museum, the Ministry of Culture and
Communication of the Republic of France, the National Council for the
Traditional Arts, the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities,
the National Recordings Preservation Board, the Ohio Arts Council, the
Ohio Humanities Council, the Ohio State University Libraries, and the
Smithsonian Institution. He represents the AFS within the American
Council of Learned Societies and the National Humanities Alliance. He
also serves as an adjunct faculty member of the Institute of Language
and History at Shandong University in Jinan, China.

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