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Inventory of Portuguese-based Intangible and Tangible Heritage in Larantuka and Sikka (Maumere) in Flores Island (Indonesia): Legacies and Realms of Memory of Portuguese Eurasian Communities in a Muslim Country

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Inventory of Portuguese-based Intangible and Tangible Heritage in Larantuka and Sikka (Maumere) in Flores Island (Indonesia): Legacies and Realms of Memory of Portuguese Eurasian Communities in a Muslim Country
Abstract
A study of Portuguese cultural vestiges assimilated into the local cultures of the island of Flores, in Eastern Indonesia, and maintained today. The vestiges include, principally, street theatre (the Bobo tradition) as well as ritual traditions inherited through the Confraternities established by Dominican missionaries in the 16th century.
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Research Report
Place
Macao
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University of Saint Joseph
Date
2018
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Funded by Fundação Macau.
Citation
Morais, I., & Baxter, A. N. (2018). Inventory of Portuguese-based Intangible and Tangible Heritage in Larantuka and Sikka (Maumere) in Flores Island (Indonesia): Legacies and Realms of Memory of Portuguese Eurasian Communities in a Muslim Country [Research Report]. University of Saint Joseph.