Track 1: Carnival and the performance of heritage

An introduction to this album.


© The Open University 2009


Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 Carnival and the performance of heritage    An introduction to this album. Play now Carnival and the performance of heritage
2 Notting Hill Carnival: history    The development of Notting Hill Carnival from Britain's recruitment of Carribean workers in the 1940's to the present day. Play now Notting Hill Carnival: history
3 Notting Hill Carnival: challenges    How can Notting Hill Carnival be managed as a mass tourism event without compromising artistic integrity or losing touch with its roots? Play now Notting Hill Carnival: challenges
4 Notting Hill Carnival: artistic traditions    What artistic traditions does Notting Hill Carnival draw upon and what's unique about its performances? Play now Notting Hill Carnival: artistic traditions
5 Notting Hill Carnival: multiculturalism    Why Notting Hill? Because for many Afro-Carribeans, Notting Hill is awash with memories: here are just a few. Play now Notting Hill Carnival: multiculturalism
6 Global heritage: course taster    A sample of some of the ideas and case studies covered in the course AD281 Understanding global heritage. Play now Global heritage: course taster
7 History perspective: Susie West    Dr Susie West of The Open University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now History perspective: Susie West
8 History perspective: Ruth Tompsett    Professor Ruth Tompsett of Middlesex University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now History perspective: Ruth Tompsett
9 Challenges perspective: Susie West    Dr Susie West of The Open University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now Challenges perspective: Susie West
10 Challenges perspective: Hakim Adi    Dr Hakim Adi of Middlesex University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now Challenges perspective: Hakim Adi
11 Artistic traditions perspective: Susie West    Dr Susie West of The Open University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now Artistic traditions perspective: Susie West
12 Artistic traditions perspective: Ruth Tompsett    Professor Ruth Tompsett of Middlesex University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now Artistic traditions perspective: Ruth Tompsett
13 Multiculturalism perspective: Susie West    Dr Susie West of The Open University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now Multiculturalism perspective: Susie West
14 Multiculturalism perspective: Hakim Adi    Dr Hakim Adi of Middlesex University talks about the ideas in the film. Play now Multiculturalism perspective: Hakim Adi
15 Studying global heritage    Dr Rodney Harrison talks about studying The Open University's Course AD281: Understanding global heritage. Play now Studying global heritage
16 Global heritage: case studies    Dr Rodney Harrison talks about the audio and video case studies that are integral to the course AD281: Understanding global heritage. Play now Global heritage: case studies
17 Critical heritage studies    Dr Rodney Harrison, course chair of the course AD281 Understanding global heritage, explains the concept of critical heritage studies. Play now Critical heritage studies