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Museums, Transculturality and the Nation State
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Museums, Transculturality and the Nation State

Case Studies from a Global Context

An exploration of the manifest and latent influences of the nation state in times of transcultural museology and heritage studies.
Zones of Tradition - Places of Identity
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Zones of Tradition - Places of Identity

Cities and Their Heritage

The vitality of urban heritage lies less in its historical and spatial formations than in the dynamic and often conflictual processes of social appropriation and interpretation.
The Local Museum in the Global Village
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The Local Museum in the Global Village

Rethinking Ideas, Functions, and Practices of Local History Museums in Rapidly Changing Diverse Communities

Rethinking the local history museum in times of migration and rapid social change.
Visiting the Visitor
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Visiting the Visitor

An Enquiry Into the Visitor Business in Museums

The study of the museum visitor has undergone radical transformation, demanding that we reexamine the very fundamentals of museum going and exhibition making to reposition the visitor at the centre. These essays provoke imaginative research and encourage new conclusions.
The Sounding Museum: Box of Treasures
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The Sounding Museum: Box of Treasures
The »Sounding Museum« fuses anthropology, acoustic ecology, soundscape composition, and trans-cultural communication in the context of museum education.
Does War Belong in Museums?
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Does War Belong in Museums?

The Representation of Violence in Exhibitions

Does war really belong in museums? And if it does, what objectives and means are involved? Can museums avoid trivializing and aestheticising war, transforming violence, injury, death and trauma into tourist sights?

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