Studying Estonian Heritage Craft Technologies
The publication "Studying Estonian Heritage Craft Technologies" is a special compilation of selected articles previously (2013-2019) published in estonian in their research journal, StudiaVernacula.
Table of content
The scope of Studia Vernacula
Patrick Dillon, Sirpa Kokko
"Craft as cultural ecologically located practice. Comparative case studies of textile crafts in Cyprus, Estonia and Peru"
Douglass C. Reed
"Relevance of log crib research, renovation and development in Estonia and the world"
"Knitting style - the grace of noble ladies or the speed of peasant girls?"
"Printed-pattern headscarves in Kihnu cultural space"
"The production of rep weave floor coverings in Avinurme from the 1950s to the 1970s as a regional inherited skill"
Riina Rammo, Jaana Ratas
"Spiral tube decorations on garments:Restoring a lost technique"
"Reconstructing fabrics used in the clothing of "Kukruse Woman" from the late 12th century: A craftsperson´s perspective"
"Traditional leather processing using domestic methods in Estonia"
"Hemp-lime - contemporary usage of traditional materials"
"A brief manual for building an Estonian dugout canoe"
Helen Kästik, Ave Matsin
"Interview with Anu Raud"
Chronology of Estonian Native Crafts Department
|Author||Estonian Native Craft Department|
|The year of publishing||2019|
|The cover type||Paperback|
|Dimensions||170 x 243|