v. 26 n. 2 (2020): Dossiê - Patrimônio e Relações Internacionais
Dossiê

Cabeças e pássaros: a construção e restituição do patrimônio neozelandês

Manuel Burón Díaz
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid
Biografia
Publicado September 10, 2020
Palavras-chave
  • Cultural Heritage,
  • Nacional construction,
  • New Zealand,
  • Māori,
  • Toi moko
Como Citar
Burón Díaz, Manuel. 2020. “Cabeças E pássaros: A construção E restituição Do patrimônio Neozelandês”. Locus: Revista De História 26 (2), 210-34. https://periodicos.ufjf.br/index.php/locus/article/view/31022.

Resumo

O patrimônio, os materiais que o compõem, assim como os significados que lhes damos, não são estáticos; variam com o tempo e, na sua mudança, desenham no mapa interessantes trajetórias. Através do estudo da construção, intercambio, exibição, reclamação e restituição do património da Nova Zelândia, analisaremos os caprichosos embora significativos caminhos que na história percorre o património cultural. É interesse deste artigo analisar como as recentes demandas da restituição patrimonial supõem um desdobramento a mais na alargada série de significados que atribuímos a certos materiais culturais, sublinhando como, na atualidade, a repatriação de certos objetos tem se convertido numa importante ferramenta de relações internacionais.

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