This project was initiated with the intention to investigate what happens in ‘living history’ seen only as the act of interpretation. The basis for this study is 3 weeks of field observations, interviews with guests and interpreters and a short questionnaire at three Danish open air museums – Hjerl Hede, Den Gamle By I Århus and Fynske Landsby I Odense. The basic question asked – and answered – is ‘how does ‘living history’ as a function of interpretation work in the interaction with the audience, and secondly - what are the relations to ‘experience economy’ and does this particular form of interpretation include an innate risk of ‘tivolizing’?
|Uddannelser||Historie, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||15 dec. 2011|