International Journal of Intangible Heritage

I’m honored to say that a new scholarly article, based on the research undertaken last year at IASH in Edinburgh, has now been published by the International Journal of Intangible Heritage. Based in South Korea, the IJIH is a key journal for scholars interested in the issues, case studies, and policies regarding intangible cultural heritage, and regularly features current debates and questions in the field.

This research, on the Scottish haar, will hopefully be of use to researchers interested in a variety of topics — the cultural/natural synthesis, ephemerality, and place-based approaches to heritage. I’m glad to say that none of the articles are behind a paywall — they’re all available to the public for download.