Can we make a difference? museums, society and development in North and South Paul Voogt (ed.)

Contributor(s): Voogt, Paul RMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: ENG Series: Publication details: Amsterdam, The Netherlands KIT Publishers c2008Description: 135 p. ill., map 24 cmISBN: 9789068327472 (pbk.)Subject(s): Ethnological museums and collections -- Congresses | Museums and community -- Congresses | Economic development -- Social aspects -- CongressesDDC classification: 069.5
Contents:
Introduction / Paul Voogt with Lydia Kitungula -- Theme one: Museums as institutions about others and ourselves -- The future of ethnographic collecting / Larissa Fèorster -- Dilemmas of the ethnographic museum / Daan van Dartel -- Don't we all have problems? / Paula Assunðcäao dos Santos -- When the "other" became the neighbour / Adriana Muänoz -- Theme two: Citizenship, education and community needs -- Museums and belonging: visitors, citizens, audiences and others / Deniz äUnsal -- Lessons from the past for today's problems / Victoria Phiri -- Putting on the peaceful hat of folklore / Aghan Odero Agan -- Theme three: Community participation and ownership of museological processes -- Public access to museums in Mali and Ghana / Sophie Mew -- The Botswana National Museum and Tsodilo World Heritage Site Museum / Phillip Segadika -- Community-based museum: traditional curation in women's weaving culture / Novia Sagita.
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Papers from a conference held at the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, May 15-17, 2008

Includes bibliographical references

Introduction / Paul Voogt with Lydia Kitungula -- Theme one: Museums as institutions about others and ourselves -- The future of ethnographic collecting / Larissa Fèorster -- Dilemmas of the ethnographic museum / Daan van Dartel -- Don't we all have problems? / Paula Assunðcäao dos Santos -- When the "other" became the neighbour / Adriana Muänoz -- Theme two: Citizenship, education and community needs -- Museums and belonging: visitors, citizens, audiences and others / Deniz äUnsal -- Lessons from the past for today's problems / Victoria Phiri -- Putting on the peaceful hat of folklore / Aghan Odero Agan -- Theme three: Community participation and ownership of museological processes -- Public access to museums in Mali and Ghana / Sophie Mew -- The Botswana National Museum and Tsodilo World Heritage Site Museum / Phillip Segadika -- Community-based museum: traditional curation in women's weaving culture / Novia Sagita.