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Articles from the Artas Folklore Center
   
submitted by Artas Folklore Center
28.09.2006

There are plenty of articles on all aspects of Artas on Palestine-family.net. Here are just a few to get you started.

ARTAS

Of Memory and Magic, Missionaries and Museums : More than Meets the Eye in Artas Everything in Artas is wrapped in layers of meaning, and everything is so much more than in seems. What is it about this place that has attracted so many civilizations, and people?


MUSA SANAD

Musa Sanad 1949 - 2005A Modern Day
Palestinian Folk Hero(abridged version)

This Week in Palestine; Issue No. 83, March 2005

Longer Version
What made a school teacher dedicate his life to preserving the family history and heritage of the lovely village of Artas, just south of Bethlehem? Find out why and get an idea of just how much there was to preserve.

GENEALOGY

Family History Based Tourism: Case in Point: Artas Folklore Center, the Twelfth Annual Lettuce Festival April 7, 8 and 9, 2006 Paltournews February/March 2006 No. 10
What happens when a high-tech family history Internet site meets an ancient Palestinian village at a traditional local festival? Read about the promise of Palestine-family.net for developing rural heritage centers.

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