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31 From Ethnology and Folklore Studies to Cultural History in Scandinavia ANNE ERIKSEN - th 1 - - cultural value per se 1 BURKE Anne Eriksen 32 romantic affair of the late th th - - 20th - Discovery of the people in Scandinavia—19th century - th - the 16th 17th - - - From Ethnology and Folklore Studies to Cultural History in Scandinavia 33 - - Norwe- gianess - 2 - th - 2 STRÖMBÄCK Anne Eriksen 34 Open-Air Museums and early research - - The Nordic Museum 3 - Oscar II. - 4 - 20th 3 HILLSTRÖM, 2006. 4 AALL From Ethnology and Folklore Studies to Cultural History

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CONTENTS Welcome Address ............................................................................... 7 ULRICH FÖRSTERMANN Traditions, Topics and Trends in Cultural History in Europe—an Introduction .............................................................. 11 JÖRG ROGGE From Ethnology and Folklore Studies to Cultural History in Scandinavia ..................................................................................... 31 ANNE ERIKSEN Traditions of Cultural History in Finland, 1900-2000 ................. 45 HANNU SALMI The Practice of

that time in European scholarship holistic. real history as a science in reality was a history of culture everyday culture latter was nota bene An- nales school the opinion that the history of material culture should include interdisciplinary research, such as ethnology, archaeology and history 10 TOPOLSKI 130 - ism. The methodological reconstruction - new 11 - - class societies. This point of view intellectual culture was above all a product of the ruling classes bourgeois scholarship ma- terial culture had been a product of the exploited classes Marxist scholars

Globalization, Durham: Duke University Press 2008; Beauty, Cosmetics, and Vernacular Ethnology in Weimar and Nazi Germany, in: AUTORINNEN UND AUTOREN | 273 Thomas Kühne/Hartmut Berghoff (Hg.): Globalizing Beauty: Consumerism and Body Aesthetics in the Twentieth Century, New York: Palgrave 2013, S. 191-212. Seegers, Lu, wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Forschungsstelle für Zeitgeschichte in Hamburg (FZH). Arbeitsschwerpunkte: Medien-, Genera- tionen- und Stadtgeschichte im 20. Jahrhundert. Publikationen: »Vati blieb im Krieg«. Vaterlosigkeit als

University of Sheffield with par- ticular responsibilities of arts and cultural management. She has considerable experience of the museums and galleries sector having worked as a curator of history with Glasgow Museums and participated in a number of high profile and award winning museum projects. She holds an MA Scottish Ethnology, Uni- versity of Edinburgh, an MA Museum Studies, University of Leicester, and a PhD in Representation from the University of Edinburgh. She is Programme Director for MSc Creative and Cultural Industries. Her research interests include the

. Hardtwig, Geschichtsschreibung zwischen Alteuropa und moderner Welt. Jakob Burckhardt in seiner Zeit, Göttingen 1974, v. a. S. 165-81; V. Papathanassion, Kulturwissenschaftliche Ansätze in den Werken von Jacob Burckhardt, Diss. Universität Saarbrücken 1982, und F. Gilbert, History: Politics or Culture? Re- flections on Ranke and Burckhardt, Princeton 1990. 20 V. a. bei G. Klemm, den die spätere Ethnologie zu ihren Pionieren rechnet; s. R. H. Lowie, The History of Ethnological Theory, New York 1937, S. 11-16. 21 L. H. Morgan, Systems of Consanguinity and Affinity

: Eine Einführung, München 22000. KOSELLECK, REINHART, Erfahrungswandel und Methodenwechsel: Eine histo- risch-anthropologische Skizze, in: Historische Methode. Beiträge zur His- torik 5, hg. von CHRISTIAN MEIER/JÖRN RÜSEN, München 1988, S. 13-61. KROEBER, ALFRED L./KLUCKHOHN, CLYDE, Culture: A Critical Review of Concepts and Definitions. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University 47/1 (1952). KUHN, THOMAS S., The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Second Edition, Enlarged. Internat. Encyclopedia Unified Scien. 2

: Inventar Nr. 101 Pin MNSR., Soares dos Reis National Museum (Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis). http://www.matriznet.dgpc.pt/Matriz- Net/Objectos/ObjectosConsultar.aspx?IdReg=306306 vom 17.09.2019. Abb. 5: Quelle: Inventar Nr. AU. 234. National Museum of Ethnology (Museu Nacional de Etnologia). http://www.matriznet.dgpc.pt/MatrizNet/ Objectos/ObjectosConsultar.aspx?IdReg=93638 vom 17.09.2019. Abb. 6: Quelle: Inventar Nr. MM 372. National Museum of Music (Museu Nacional da Música). http://www.matriznet.dgpc.pt/MatrizNet/Objectos/ ObjectosConsultar.aspx?IdReg=39867

, Cambridge MA 2006, 1-3; 47. – See also, generally: Maria Kurz, Der Volksschulstreit in der Südsteiermark und in Kärnten in der Zeit der Dezemberverfassung, phil. Diss. Wien 1986. – Petr Lovoziuk, Karlov/Libinsdorf: A Village in Discourse, a Discourse in a Village. Preliminary Research Report, in: Zděnek Uherek/Jan Grill (Eds.), Fieldwork and Local Com- munities. Prague Occasional Papers in Ethnology 7 (2005), 146-173. – Peter Mähner, Grenze als Lebenswelt. Gnadlersdorf (Hnanice), ein südmährisches Dorf an der Grenze, in: Peter Haslinger (Hg.), Grenze im Kopf

, ultimately leading to colonial expansion. While Chinese musical instruments, currencies, dress or even a ladiesʼ wig11 would in the nineteenth century come to be constructed as anthropological objects and exhibited inside museums, the eighteenth century did not as Nicolas Thomas argues in Entangled Objects link such objects to any ethnological theory in a systematic way. Neither were they necessarily understood as objects of material culture, as a physical counterpart to the totality of manners, cus- toms and social institutions of their origin, that could transmit