Museums and communities : curators, collections and collaboration
Table of contents:
Introduction / Viv Golding -- Part I. Community matters? -- Collaborative museums : curators, communities, collections / Viv Golding -- The city, race, and the creation of a common history at the Virginia Historical Society / Eric Gable -- Negotiating the power of art : Tyree Guyton and Detroit communities / Bradley L. Taylor -- Learning to share knowledge : collaborative projects in Taiwan / Marzia Varutti -- Community engagement, curatorial practice and museum ethos in Alberta, Canada / Bryony Onciul -- Co-curating with teenagers at the Horniman Museum / Wayne Modest -- Part II. Sharing authority? -- Museums, migrant communities and intercultural dialogue in Italy / Serena Iervolino -- Community consultation and the redevelopment of Manchester Museum's ancient Egypt galleries / Karen Exell -- "Shared authority" : collaboration, curatorial voice and exhibition design in Canberra, Australia / Mary Hutchison -- One voice to many voices? : displaying polyvocality in an art gallery / Rhiannon Mason, Chris Whitehead and Helen Graham -- A question of trust : addressing historical injustices with Romani-people / ?Ashild Andrea Brekke -- Part III. Audiences and social justice? Audience experiences? -- Creolising the museum : humour, art and young audiences / Viv Golding -- Museums and civic engagement : children making a difference / Elizabeth Wood -- Community consultation in the museum : the 2007 bicentenary of Britain's abolition of the slave trade / Kalliopi Fouseki and Laurajane Smith -- Interpreting the shared past within the world heritage site of G?oreme, Cappadocia, Turkey / Elizabeth Carnegie and Hazel Tucker -- Testimony, memory and art at the Jewish Holocaust Museum, Melbourne, Australia / Andrea Witcomb -- Afterword: A view from the bridge : in conversation with Susan Pearce / Kirstin James, Petrina Foti and the editorsDescription:
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