“Allouì? Mezus mortu mortu!” Processi identitari, retoriche del passato e mercato culturale in Sardegna

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Abstract

[automatically translated] In Europe, particularly in Italy, Halloween continues to divide each year for and against. But what are the reasons that stimulate the refusal of the US import festival? But not a single reason is the memory of traditional infantile begging that once punctuated the ceremonial calendars of many centers of the peninsula. Disappeared almost everywhere, the children begging are conserved widely in Sardinia. Here Halloween coexists in some cases with traditional alms, in others replaced them, but in most countries it is not yet widespread. Rather, more or less recently, other island communities, in response to Halloween, have grown the customary alms, inserting it in articulated programs aimed at the development and promotion of local identities,
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)101-111
Number of pages11
JournalARCHIVIO ANTROPOLOGICO MEDITERRANEO
Volume16
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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