2022 Living Heritage Series: Water
  • Manage No DC00000260
    Author ICHCAP
    Published Year 2022
    Category Book
    Language English
    Publishing Country Republic of Korea
    Publisher ICHCAP, #Heritage Alive
    Copyright Copyright
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Description ICHCAP published the book Living Heritage Series, Water: Interconnectivity between Intangible Cultural Heritage and Science in collaboration with the i-WSSM. The subject of this publication is water. This book was made with contributions of nine authors with stories about ‘water management’ and ‘water and culture’ of the Asia Pacific region. The objective of the publication is to expand the boundary or interface of water centering on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 6, Clean Water and Sanitation.
Contents (Author )
Introduction Bak Gyuri and Ryoo Rina (Editors-in-Chief)
1. Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on the Level of Intangible Cultural Heritage Provided by Azerbaijan’s Water Bodies Rovshan Abbasov (Professor, Khazar University)
2. Groundwater, Water of Life, on Jeju Volcanic Island, Korea: Hydrogeologic Features and Groundwater Management History Koh Eun-hee (Fund Assistant Professor, School of Ocean and Earth Sciences, Jeju National University), Koh Giwon (Director of Gotjawal Research Institute, Jeju Gotjawal Trust Foundation)
3. Learning from Korean Traditional Wisdom of Rainwater Management to Overcome Climate Crisis Han Mooyoung (a.k.a. Dr. Rain) (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University)
4. With Okeanos and Ganga, the Greatness of Water Rahul Goswami (Expert Facilitator in Asia, 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, UNESCO)
5. Sustainability, Landscape Context, and Water Puppet Culture in the Red River Delta, Vietnam Maggie Roe (Professor of Landscape, Newcastle University), Niki Black (Senior Research Associate, Newcastle University), Hue Le (Senior Researcher and Lecturer, Vietnam National University, Hanoi), Cat. Button (Senior Lecturer, Newcastle University)
6. Traditional Knowledge of Water Management in Korea through Two Types of Irrigation Facilities Jeong Myeongcheol (Senior Researcher, Ph.D., National Academy of Agricultural Science, Rural Development Administration)
7. Traditional Life of Water in Kyrgyzstan: Daily and Ritual Practices Gulnara Aitpaeva (Director, Aigine Cultural Research Center), Aiza Abdyrakhmanova (Project Coordinator, Aigine Cultural Research Center)
8. Water Linkages: Hiti (Waterspouts) in the Kathmandu Valley Monalisa Maharjan (Social Science Baha)
9. Water Management through Traditional Wisdom: Addressing the Ecological Disaster of the Aral Sea Basin Zhansulu Issayeva (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University/Project Consultant, ICHCAP)
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