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The future of indigenous museums

The future of indigenous museums

perspectives from the southwest Pacific

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Published by Berghahn Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnological museums and collections -- Oceania

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Nick Stanley.
    SeriesMuseums and collections -- v. 1
    ContributionsStanley, Nick.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN36.O34 F87 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17961627M
    ISBN 109781845451882
    LC Control Number2007021965

    Ethnographic museums constantly struggle with the intersection of the ‘Western’ knowledge systems; the systems of record, organisation and classification that generated museums in the first place; and the indigenous knowledge systems that produced the objects displayed within them.   Culture Is there a future for the traditional museum? There are museums worldwide – double the number in – with a new one opening every day in China : Christopher Beanland.

    Drawing on her experiences as an Indigenous scholar and museum professional, Lonetree analyzes exhibition texts and images, records of exhibition development, and interviews with staff members. She addresses historical and contemporary museum practices and charts possible paths for the future curation and presentation of Native by:   In this blog I am going to talk about my co-authored chapter in the new book which came out at the beginning of this year. As you will have seen from the previous blog, Curatopia: Museums and the future of curatorship was published by Manchester University Press in January This volume argues that curatorship may be ‘recalled’ and remade through collaborative relationships with.

      Museums, Infinity and the Culture of Protocols challenges aspects of postcolonial theory that position museums in the past by presenting an argument that places relationships with communities as central to the future of museums. This makes the book essential reading for academics and students working in the fields of museum and heritage studies Author: Howard Morphy. Books & Products. Explore NMAI books and products below. For more information, contact NMAI Publications at [email protected] Order by phone 7 AM–11 PM: All purchases support the NMAI's mission to advance knowledge and understanding of the Native cultures of the Western Hemisphere—past, present, and future—through partnership with Native peoples and others.


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This book looks to the future of museum practice through examining how museums have evolved particularly in the non-western world to incorporate the present and the future in the display of culture.

Of particular concern is the uses to which historic records are put in the service of community development and cultural renaissance.5/5(1).

Indigenous museums and cultural centres have sprung up across the developing world, and particularly in the Southwest Pacific. This book looks to the future of museum practice through examining how these museums have evolved to incorporate the present and the future in the display of culture.

This book looks to the future of museum practice through examining how museums have evolved particularly in the non-western world to incorporate the present and the future in the display of culture.

Of particular concern is the uses to which historic records are put in the service of community development and cultural renaissance.

This book looks to the future of museum practice through examining how museums have evolved particularly in the non-western world to incorporate the present and the future in the display of culture. Of particular concern is the uses to which historic records are put in the service of community development and cultural : Berghahn Books.

Book description: Indigenous museums and cultural centres have sprung up across the developing world, and particularly in the Southwest Pacific.

They derive from a number of motives, ranging from the commercial to the cultural political (and many combine both).

A close study of this phenomenon is not only valuable Pages: Sometimes the focus is on the changing audience or community needs that might be served by museums in times to come.

Thus, we may have a conference on Inclusive Museums of the Future, or a book on The Future of Indigenous Museums (Stanley, ), or a research paper on ‘Demographic Transformation and the Future of Museums’ (Farrell et. The Future of Indigenous Museums by Nick Stanley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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The Future of Indigenous Museums: Perspectives from the Southwest Pacific is a valuable addition to our knowledge of how cultural settings, along with social, economic, historical and political forces, influence the development and priorities of museums. The book should serve as a valuable resource for museum studies students, academics.

Get this from a library. The future of indigenous museums: perspectives from the southwest Pacific. [Nick Stanley;] -- "This book looks to the future of museum practice by examining how museums have evolved, particularly in the non-western world, to incorporate the present.

The book suggests answering these questions together and through the inclusion of Indigenous concepts, ideas and practices of museums and curatorship. It is made clear that, in order to de-colonise museums, provenience research and re-phrased terminologies in public communication are not enough, but that profound and sincere engagement with.

PDF | On May 1,Chris Ballard and others published The Future of Indigenous Museums: Perspectives from the Southwest Pacific by Nick Stanley, ed | Find, read and cite all the research you. The Future of Indigenous Museums.

por. Museums and Collections (Book 1) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio Brand: Berghahn Books. The focus of this book is the museum communities, like those in the Pacific, who have to find new ways to express their culture in a new place.

The book considers how collections in museums might help future generations stay in touch with their culture, even where they have left their : Routledge. Museums, Infinity and the Culture of Protocols challenges aspects of postcolonial theory that position museums in the past by presenting an argument that places relationships with communities as central to the future of museums.

This makes the book essential reading for academics and students working in the fields of museum and heritage studies. The Future of Indigenous Museums: Perspectives from the Southwest Pacific (review) The Future of Indigenous Museums: Perspectives from the Southwest Pacific (review) Higgins, Katherine.

book and media reviews ing" (5). For a book that relies heavily on Marxist theory, this is a decidedly non-dialectical statement. Get this from a library. The Future Of Indigenous Museums: Perspectives from the Southwest Pacific.

[Nick Stanley] -- Indigenous museums and cultural centres have sprung up across the developing world, and particularly in the Southwest Pacific. They derive from a number of motives, ranging from the commercial to the.

This is an extract of the article ‘The future of research’ by Frank Howarth, originally published in The Future of Natural History Museums, edited by Eric Dorfman. Many of the world’s longstanding natural history museums have extensive collections of materials created by indigenous peoples, and, in many cases, collections of whole bodies and body parts of such peoples.

Cressida Fforde is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies, The Australian National University. From – she was Deputy Director of the National Centre for Indigenous Studies, ANU.

Sinceshe has undertaken research within the repatriation field for Indigenous communities and institutions internationally, particularly in the location and. The Future of Indigenous Museums: Perspectives from the Southwest Pacific Nick Stanley, ed. New York: Berghahn Books, Chris Ballard Australian National University A broad consensus about the essential universality of museological behaviorFof collection or retrieval, dis-play and conservationFis now matched by a growingAuthor: Chris Ballard.

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