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Title Museums and source communities : a Routledge reader / edited by Laura Peers and Alison K. Brown
Published New York : Routledge, 2003

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Description xv,280 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Yup'ik elders in museums: fieldwork turned on its head -- The object in view: Aborigines, Melanesians, and museums -- The Arts of the Sikh Kingdoms: collaborating with a community -- Integrating Native views into museum procedures: hope and practice at the National Museum of the American Indian -- Taking the photographs home: the recovery of a Mãori history -- Looking to see: reflections on visual repatriation in the Purari Delta, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea, Remebering our namesakes: audience reactions to archival film of King Island, Alaska -- Snapshots on the dreaming: photographs of the past and present -- How to decorate a house: the renegotiaition of cultural representations at the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology -- Curating African Worlds -- Objects, agency and museums: continuing dialogues between the Torres Strait and Cambridge -- Transforming archaeology through practice: strategies for collaborative archaeology and the Community Archaeology Project at Quseir, Egypt -- Glenbow's Blackfoot Gallery: working towards co-existence
Summary The growth of collaboration between museums and source communities - the people from whom collections originate - is an important development in modern museum practice. This volume combines influential published research with commissioned essays on the issues, problems and lessons involved
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Ethnological museums and collections -- Social aspects.
Museums -- Acquisitions -- Social aspects.
Author Brown, Alison K. (Alison Kay), 1971-
Peers, Laura L. (Laura Lynn)
LC no. 2002037123
ISBN 0415280516
0415280524 (paperback)