Frank Marianna Ridderstad Conflicts over masks, museums and tourism: Comparing European and Native American Traditions and Solutions The presentation begins by comparing certain contemporary conflicts and debates that have arisen in both Europe and N. America concerning the way that traditional masks worn by performers are carved and cared for, or, better stated, should be carved and cared for. Interviews with traditional carvers and performers will be discussed. In the second part of the presentation other contemporary masking traditions in Europe and N. The accoutrements of these European 'bear maskers' will be compared to those found in N.
At the same time, the comparative approach will serve to bring into focus the archaic pan-European belief that humans descended from bears since in many locations in Europe we still find a wide variety of bear-human performers, actors who dress as bears or bear-men and whose function is prophylactic, to confer good luck and health on those visited, masking traditions that have striking parallels among N.
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American indigenous peoples. Roslyn M. Frank, Professor Emeritus at the University of Iowa, has done extensive fieldwork in the Basque Country, studying the language and beliefs of the Basque people, including the folk belief that holds Basques descended from bears. This led to subsequent investigations into circumpolar bear ceremonialism and to documenting residual evidence of the same in European traditional performance art. Her publications are in the area of Basque studies, cultural cognitive linguistics, and anthropology. For further information, cf. Marianna Ridderstad has a Lic. Her research explores the archaeoastronomy of Finnish monuments from the Bronze Age to the Early Middle Ages, as well as ancient Finnish and Finno-Ugric folklore and traditions related to astronomical subjects, including the calendrical and ritual significance of the Bear.
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