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Ioannis Antonii Scopoli med. doct. s. c. r. et apost. maiest. montanae civitatis Idriae physici Entomologia Carniolica : exhibens insecta Carnioliae indigena et distributa in ordines, genera, species, varietates : methodo linnaeana

Title:
Joannis Antonii Scopoli med. doct. s. c. r. ... Entomologia Carniolica
Entomologia Carniolica
Author:
Scopoli, Giovanni Antonio 1723-1788  Search this
Linné, Carl von 1707-1778  Search this
Former owner:
Aldrich, John Merton 1866-1934 DSI  Search this
Melander, A. L (Axel Leonard) b. 1878 DSI  Search this
Dale, James Charles DSI  Search this
Drake, Carl J (Carl John) 1885-1965 DSI  Search this
Binder:
Townsend Book Bindery (New Market, Va.) DSI  Search this
Physical description:
[36], 420 [i.e. 418], [6] p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
Type:
Early works to 1800
Place:
Slovenia
Carniola
Europe, Central
Date:
1763
Topic:
Insects  Search this
Call number:
QL482.Y8 S42
QL482.Y8 S42 1763
QL482.Y8S42
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_129653

Breeding a Better Chicken in the Name of Art (and Science)

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Type:
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Published Date:
Thu, 15 Sep 2016 13:00:00 +0000
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Cave Dragons Exist—And Saving Them Could Be Key to Protecting Drinking Water

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Type:
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Published Date:
Thu, 22 Jun 2017 16:24:56 +0000
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Joel Martin Halpern and Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern papers, 1942-2006

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Halpern, Joel Martin  Search this
Kerewsky-Halpern, Barbara  Search this
Interviewee:
Arensberg, Conrad M  Search this
Correspondent:
Hammel, Eugene A  Search this
Simić, Andrei  Search this
Subject:
Inuit Cultural Institute  Search this
Physical description:
60 linear feet (62 boxes) plus 1 map folder and 1 cassette tape
Culture:
Serbs  Search this
Laotians  Search this
Inuit  Search this
Eskimos  Search this
Shinnecock Indians  Search this
Indians of North America Northeast  Search this
Bosnians  Search this
Croats  Search this
Slovenes  Search this
Slavs, Southern  Search this
Type:
Photographs
Collection descriptions
Place:
Orašac (Serbia)
Bosnia and Hercegovina
Yugoslavia
Serbia and Montenegro
Macedonia
Croatia
Slovenia
Balkan Peninsula
Laos
Arviat (Nunavut)
Frobisher Bay (N.W.T.)
Löffingen (Germany)
Ontario
Date:
1942-2006
Topic:
Peasants  Search this
Immigrants  Search this
Demography  Search this
Population--History  Search this
Multiple sclerosis  Search this
Feldenkrais method  Search this
Anthropology--study and teaching (higher)  Search this
Restrictions & Rights:
With the exception of Series 9. Photographs, this collection is stored off-site. Advance notice must be given to view off-site materials. Access to materials containing social security numbers; Halpern's students' graded materials; and manuscripts and grant applications sent to Halpern for review is restricted. Additional materials have also been restricted at Halpern's request
Contact the repository for terms of use. Please note that some of the materials in the collection are copies made by Joel M. Halpern; the originals are most likely deposited at other archives. For these materials, permission will need to be obtained from the repositories where the originals are held
Data Source:
National Anthropological Archives
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_arc_87933

How to Train a World Cup Referee

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Type:
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Published Date:
Tue, 22 Jun 2010 03:00:00 +0000
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The World's First True Artificial Heart Now Beats Inside a 75-Year-Old Patient

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Published Date:
Wed, 25 Dec 2013 21:03:10 +0000
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The Oldest Known Ancient Roman Fort Has Been Discovered in Italy

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Published Date:
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 17:09:48 +0000
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Can Brown Bears Survive in the Pyrenees?

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Published Date:
Tue, 12 Jun 2012 14:59:30 +0000
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Celebrated Middle Eastern Food Writer Claudia Roden Shares Stories and Recipes From Her Kitchen

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Published Date:
Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:26:25 +0000
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An Attempt to Keep the Dying Gottschee Culture Very Much Alive

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Published Date:
Tue, 14 Jul 2015 13:15:52 +0000
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World War I Cemeteries & Memorials Around the World

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Published Date:
Fri, 26 May 2017 19:28:12 +0000
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Folk Songs and Dances of Yugoslavia [sound recording]

Performer:
Vasović, Radmila  Search this
Zubović, Anica  Search this
Simonović, Bronislav  Search this
Obrenić, Danica  Search this
Filiplic, Danica  Search this
Djakic, Sulejman  Search this
Jeremivać, Sava  Search this
Ivanišević, Bozidar  Search this
Dimić, Radmila  Search this
Radio-Beograd. Orkestra e madhe  Search this
Radio Osijek Tamburitza Orchestra  Search this
Radio-Beograd. Chor  Search this
Peter Tralic Dalmation Singers  Search this
Koren  Search this
Radio Ljubljana Zadovoljni Kranjci Orchestra  Search this
Radio Zagreb Tamburitza Orchestra  Search this
Ilijeva  Search this
Lazarova  Search this
Radio Skoplje Orchestra  Search this
Imanović  Search this
Radio-Sarajevo. Peoples Orchestra  Search this
Živković  Search this
Radio Zagreb. Peoples Chorus  Search this
Physical description:
1 phonograph record : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in
Culture:
Yugoslavians  Search this
Type:
Musical sound recordings
Place:
Yugoslavia
Serbia
Macedonia
Croatia
Bosnia and Hercegovina
Slovenia
Topic:
World music  Search this
Local number:
MO-MONT-LP-00312-7
Monitor 312
Restrictions & Rights:
Restrictions on access. No duplication allowed listening and viewing for research purposes only
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Data Source:
Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections
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Nikola Tesla's Struggle to Remain Relevant

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Published Date:
Mon, 25 Apr 2016 16:07:38 +0000
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Meet the First and Only Foreign-Born First Lady: Louisa Catherine Adams

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Published Date:
Wed, 25 May 2016 12:56:38 +0000
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Balaenoptera physalus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Collector:
Collector Unknown  Search this
Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
North Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea  Search this
Bay/Sound:
Adriatic Sea  Search this
Preparation:
Skull
Skeleton
Sex:
Female
Place:
Piran Bay, Slovenia, Europe, North Atlantic Ocean
Collection Date:
Mar 2003
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Mammalia Cetacea Balaenopteridae
Published Name:
Balaenoptera physalus (Linnaeus, 1758)
Other Numbers:
Whale Field Number 1 : No Number
USNM Number:
STR18426
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Vertebrate Zoology
Data Source:
NMNH - Vertebrate Zoology - Mammals Division
EDAN-URL:
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Raman identification of yellow synthetic organic pigments in modern and contemporary paintings: Reference spectra and case studies

Author:
Bukovec, P.  Search this
Centeno, S. A.  Search this
Ropret, P.  Search this
Object Type:
Smithsonian staff publication
Electronic document
Year:
2008
Topic:
Museum conservation methods  Search this
Museum techniques  Search this
Data source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:SILSRO_55800

Hungarian Heritage: Roots to Revival

Collection Creator:
Smithsonian Institution. Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage  Search this
Type:
Archival materials
Introduction:
Hungary is a small country in Central Europe, roughly the size of Indiana. Its population is approximately 10 million, but another 2.5 million Hungarians reside within the seven countries that surround its borders (Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia) and another 2 million Hungarians live in other parts of the world. These people speak Hungarian - known as Magyar (which is also the word that refers to a person of Hungarian ancestry). The Magyars’ unique language helped them survive as a cohesive ethnic group and also to develop a distinctive identity and culture.

Throughout its thousand years of history, Hungary has been a multiethnic country, drawing and incorporating new peoples and traditions. The territory has been an area of contact in Europe’s geographic center, welcoming influences from all directions. The resulting culture expresses itself in a rich and diverse heritage of music, dance, costume, arts and crafts, gastronomy, speech, and even the conventions of naming (Hungarians place the family name before the given name).

In the 1970s, popular interest in folk music and dance traditions was revived by the so-called táncház (dance house) movement. This urban grassroots movement reinvented the institution of the village dance in urban settings. Young people were searching for traditions that were "true" and "authentic," and their interest focused on learning dances that were varied, improvisational, and performed to live musical accompaniment. They strove to understand the original techniques, performing styles, and contexts of the dance and the accompanying vocal and instrumental music. Their teachers were remarkable personalities in rural areas of Hungary and neighboring countries who had been able to preserve these traditions in spite of twentieth-century modernization.

A similar motivation to preserve traditional Hungarian handicrafts has provided a boost to a flourishing crafts revival. The táncház and the crafts revival provided refreshing alternatives to the mandated, ideologically controlled Socialist youth movement and forms of entertainment of the time. Their practices became not only an act of protest, but also a new channel for the expression of collective memory and identity.

Thanks to the transmission of traditional knowledge from these "last preservers" to the succeeding generations, 2013 saw a rich repertoire and high standard of dance, musical, and crafts knowledge throughout the country. What had started as an amateur movement thus revolutionized the methods and concepts of choreographed stage performances, thereby creating new sensibilities and possibilities for both contemporary and traditional dance. Recent experiments in music, design, and fashion are reshaping the boundaries and meanings of tradition.

The Hungarian Heritage: Roots to Revival program at the Festival demonstrated not only the diversity of these contemporary traditions, but also the worldwide significance of the Hungarian folk revival movement. Featuring highly skilled masters and apprentices from rural areas, as well as musicians, dancers, and artisans from more urban settings, the program highlighted the vitality of this culture, as well as the strength it derives from the reinterpretation of traditions.

James Deutsch and Ágnes Fülemile were Program Curators and Zsuzsanna Cselényi was Program Coordinator. The Curatorial Advisory Board included: Miklós Cseri and Eszter Csonka-Takács, Hungarian Open Air Museum; László Diószegi, György Martin Folk Dance Association; Gabriella Igyártó, Festival of Folk Arts and Crafts; László Kelemen, House of Traditions; and János Tari, National Museum of Ethnography.

The program was produced by the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage in partnership with the Balassi Institute, Budapest. Major support was provided by the Hungary Initiative Foundation and National Cultural Endowment of Hungary. Additional support was provided by the Hungarian American Coalition, American Hungarian Federation, Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy of Hungary in Washington, D.C., Center for Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Ferenc Liszt University of Music, Hungarian National Tourist Office, William Penn Association, Hungarian American Cultural Association, City Council of Karcag, Hungarian Communion of Friends, and Tisza Ensemble Washington.
Presenters:
Ágnes Fülemile, Andrea Navratil, Bob Cohen, Boldog Anna, Csiki István, Eszter Bíró, Fruzsina Cseh, János Mihaly Tari, Judy Olson, Kálmán László, Kálmán Magyar, Kiss Réka, László Károly Diószegi, László Orbán, Laura Götzinger, Lisa Overholser, Mary Taylor, Csaba Mészáros, Pál Richter, Simon Ervin, Sivo Marta, Szilágyi Gyula, Tekla Tötszegi, Váradi Viktória, Vendégh Gábor, Veress Janka, Zoltán József Juhász, Zsuzsa Seres
Participants:
Musicians

Mátyás Bolya, zither, Solymár, Hungary

James Cockell, 1971-, violin, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Bob Cohen, 1956-, violin, Budapest, Hungary

Anna Csizmadia, 1992-, vocalist, Budapest, Hungary

Péter Deáky, French horn

Elisabeta Dezső, 1950-, vocalist, Suatu, Cluj, Romania

Balázs Istvánfi, 1972-, bagpipes, Zebegény, Hungary

István "Dumnezeu" Jámbor, 1951-, fiddle, Ceuaș, Mureș, Romania

Martin "Florin" Kodoba, 1977-, fiddle, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Andrea Navratil, 1978-, vocalist, Budapest, Hungary

András Németh, 1984-, hurdy-gurdy, Pomáz, Hungary

Csilla Németh, drum

László Orbán, 1960-, fiddle, Sammamish, Washington

István "Gázsa" Papp, 1959-, fiddle, Budapest, Hungary

Bálint Schmidt, trumpet

Gábor Schmidt, trumpet

Jake Shulman-Ment, 1984-, violin, Brooklyn, New York

Áron Székely, 1984-, viola, Brooklyn, New York

Tibor Tillmann, trumpet

István "Kiscsipás" Varga, 1974-, fiddle, Huedin, Romania

ESZTER BÍRÓ AND BAND

Eszter Bíró, 1977-, vocalist, Budapest, Hungary

Sándor Födö, 1981-, percussion, Páty, Hungary

Máté Hámori, 1986-, guitar, Budapest, Hungary

Péter Papesch, 1973-, bass, Szentendre, Hungary

Nikola Parov, 1960-, clarinet, Nagykovácsi, Hungary

HEVEDER

György Bajna, 1977-, double bass, Gheorgheni, Romania

Albert Fazakas, 1985-, viola, Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania

Levente Fazakas, 1981-, fiddle, Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania

Szabolcs Molnár, 1978-, fiddle, Miercurea Ciuc, Romania

László Szilágyi, 1981-, viola, harmonica, Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania

JUHÁSZ FAMILY

Dénes Juhász, 1986-, flute, Budapest, Hungary

Réka Juhász, 1983-, vocalist, gardon, Budapest, Hungary

Zoltán Juhász, 1955-, bagpipes, flute, Budapest, Hungary

PARNO GRASZT

Mária Balogh, vocalist, Paszab, Hungary

Sándor Horváth, 1974-, spoons, Paszab, Hungary

János Jakocska, 1968-, guitar, Paszab, Hungary

István Németh, vocal, percussion

József Oláh, 1971-, guitar, Paszab, Hungary

János Oláh, 1972-, double bass, Paszab, Hungary

Krisztián Oláh, 1992-, accordion, Paszab, Hungary

Viktor Oláh, 1990-, guitar, Paszab, Hungary

László Sándor, 1968-, tour manager, Budapest, Hungary

SZALONNA AND HIS BAND

Róbert Doór, 1964-, bass, Gyermely, Hungary

Attila Gera, 1978-, wind instruments, Nagytarcsa, Hungary

Tamás Gombai, 1970-, fiddle, Budapest, Hungary

Gyula Karacs, 1974-, viola, Veresegyház, Hungary

István Pál, 1980-, fiddle, Budapest, Hungary

Sándor Ürmös, 1976-, cimbalom, Budapest, Hungary

Dancers

Dalma Bangó, 1990-, dancer, Gödöllő, Hungary

Zsófia Bartha, 1989-, dancer, Győr, Hungary

István Berecz, 1987-, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Dóra Cseke-Császár, 1990-, dancer, Lenti, Hungary

Péter Darabos, 1988-, dancer, Tordas, Hungary

Andrea Dobi, 1973-, dancer, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Péter Ertl, 1968-, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Tamás Farkas, 1984-, dancer, Kamut, Hungary

Annamária Fekete, 1995-, dancer, Gödöllő, Hungary

Dezső Fitos, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Kristóf Fundák, 1985-, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Richárd Hideg, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Brigitta Horváth, 1990-, dancer, Lenti, Hungary

Lili Kaszai, 1988-, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Kata Kádár, 1985-, dancer, Érd, Hungary

Kata Kovács, 1990-, dancer, Győr, Hungary

Zoltán Kovács, 1993-, dancer, Dunaföldvár, Hungary

Dániel Légár, 1991-, dancer, Zákány, Hungary

Máté Módos, 1991-, dancer, Győr, Hungary

Ahmed Moussa, 1990-, dancer, Gödöllő, Hungary

Zoárd Pálffy, 1986-, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Gergely Papp, dancer, Gödöllő, Hungary

Máté Papp, dancer, Gödöllő, Hungary

Rita Radics, 1964-, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Tünde Schnelczer, dancer, Budapest, Hungary

Mariann Temkó, 1984-, dancer, Szatymaz, Hungary

Bernadett Foeldi

Luca Glavatity

Dalma Kármán

Ágnes Kerék

Lili Mosonyi

Communities of Tradition

Csaba André, 1987-, dancer, Lunca de Jos, Romania

Irén André, 1995-, vocalist, Lunca de Jos, Romania

Lóránt Bodor, 1991-, dancer, Lunca de Jos, Romania

Henrietta Simon, 1996-, fiddler, Lunca de Jos, Romania

Éva Bagó, 1941-, machine embroiderer, Kalocsa, Hungary

Erzsébet Romsics, 1941-, folk painter, Homokmégy, Hungary

Mária Pandúr, 1942-, folk painter, Drágszél, Hungary

Ilona Bolvári, 1940-, embroiderer, china painter, Kalocsa, Hungary

Rózsa Tóth, 1963-, embroiderer, Újtelek, Hungary

György Csontos, Sr., 1953-, shepherd, cook, Karcag, Hungary

György Csontos, Jr., 1976-, shepherd, cook, Karcag, Hungary

Péter Csontos, 1979-, shepherd, cook, Kecskemét-Katonatelep, Hungary

Ilona Kollár, cook, egg painter

Péter Utasi, cook

György Muszka, 1957-, dancer, Győr, Hungary

Ilona Muszka, 1969-, dancer, Győr, Hungary

Enikő Pálfi, 1975-, dancer, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

András Tötszegi, 1957-, dancer, Mera, Baciu, Cluj, Romania

Szilárd Tötszegi, 1986-, dancer, Mera, Baciu, Romania

Ágnes Komjáthi, 1958-, weaver, Szekszárd, Hungary

Julianna Minorits, 1945-, beader, Őcsény, Hungary

Klára Serestély, wool processor, weaver

Zsuzsanna Zsoldos, wreath maker, weaver

Zsuzsanna Angyal Csupor, 1955-, gingerbread and candle maker, Csókakő, Hungary

Andrea Barcsay, 1973-, potter, folk crafts teacher, Békéscsaba, Hungary

Bernadett Tenk Czefernek, 1973-, horsehair jewelry maker, Veszprém, Hungary

Balázs Fodor, 1975-, leatherworker, Enying, Hungary

Tibor Gáts, 1949-, instrument maker, Budapest, Hungary

Zoltán Gosztonyi, 1952-, bone and horn carver, Kaposvár, Hungary

György Jakab, carver, sculptor

Sándor Konyári, 1963-, coppersmith, Debrecen, Hungary

Gyula Mihalkó, 1949-, hat maker, Balmazújváros, Hungary

József András Molnár, 1958-, folk games teacher, Budapest, Hungary

Béla Nagy, 1952-, shingle and thatch roofer, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary

Katalin Nagyari, 1952-, folk crafts teacher, Salomvár, Hungary

Árpád Péter Román, 1978-, oven builder, Szentendre, Hungary

Levente Lehel Sütő, 1954-, furniture maker, Budakeszi, Hungary

Márton László Szakács, 1982-, saddle maker, Pilisszentlászló, Hungary

Éva Székelyi, 1947-, basket weaver, Hévizgyörk, Hungary

Gábor Miklós Szőke, sculptor

Ildikó Marietta Tóth, 1962-, blue-dyer, Győr, Hungary

Róbert Vágó, sculptor
Collection Restrictions:
Access by appointment only. Where a listening copy or viewing copy has been created, this is indicated in the respective inventory; additional materials may be accessible with sufficient advance notice and, in some cases, payment of a processing fee. Older papers are housed at a remote location and may require a minimum of three weeks' advance notice and payment of a retrieval fee. Certain formats such as multi-track audio recordings and EIAJ-1 videoreels (1/2 inch) may not be accessible. Contact the Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections at 202-633-7322 or rinzlerarchives@si.edu for additional information.
Collection Rights:
Copyright and other restrictions may apply. Generally, materials created during a Festival are covered by a release signed by each participant permitting their use for personal and educational purposes; materials created as part of the fieldwork leading to a Festival may be more restricted. We permit and encourage such personal and educational use of those materials provided digitally here, without special permissions. Use of any materials for publication, commercial use, or distribution requires a license from the Archives. Licensing fees may apply in addition to any processing fees.
Collection Citation:
Smithsonian Folklife Festival records: 2013 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, Smithsonian Institution.
Identifier:
CFCH.SFF.2013, Series 2
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Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections
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