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Museums and the Working Class is the first book to take an intersectional and international approach to the issues of economic diversity and class within the field of museum studies. Bringing together 16 contributors from eight countries, this book has emerged from the significant global dialogue concerning museums' obligation to be inclusive, participate in meaningful engagement and advocate for social change. As part of the push for museums to be more accessible and inclusive, museums have been challenged to critically examine their power relationships and how these are played out in what they collect, whose stories they exhibit and who is made to feel welcome in their halls. This volume will further this professional and academic debate through the discussion of class. Contributions to the book will also reinforce the importance of the working class - not only in collection and exhibition policy, but also for the organisational psychology of institutions. Museums and the Working Class is essential reading for scholars and students of museum, gallery and heritage studies, cultural studies, sociology, labour studies and history. It will also serve as a source of honest and research-led inspiration to practitioners working in museums, galleries, libraries, archives and at heritage sites around the world.
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Adele Chynoweth, Bernadette Lynch, Klaus Petersen, Sarah Smed
Museums and Social Change explores the ways museums can work in collaboration with marginalised groups to work for social change and, in so doing, rethink the museum. Drawing on the first-hand experiences of museum practitioners and their partners...
Adele Chynoweth has earned her living as a shop assistant, cabaret performer, night club DJ, call centre operator, union organiser, public servant, and teacher in secondary schools and adult vocational education. Adele also studied theatre direction at the Flinders University Drama Centre and completed her PhD with scholarship support. Adele was a Lecturer in the Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies at the Australian National University where she received the Vice Chancellor's Award for Public Policy and Outreach in 2018. In 2020, she was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia.
Introduction - 'Which Side Are You On'? Towards Meaningful Attention to Class in Museums Adele Chynoweth Part I - Shut Out: Access and the Working Class 1. 'A Permanent Civilising Effect'? The Impact of Reforming Working-Class Museum Visitors in Liverpool during the 19th Century Alexander Scott 2. How British Museums Have Failed the Working Class David Fleming 3. Seat of the Muses or the Moolah? New Working-Class Demands on Elitist Archival Practices Silvio Tamaso D'Onofrio Part II - Shut Up: the Struggle to End the Silence 4. 'One and All'? Retrieving South Australia's Forgotten Labor History Philip Payton 5. 'Go and Take a Look at Millie Now': Murder, Tattooed Remains, and Museum Ethics in Quebec Jamie Jelinski 6. Museums in Late Populist Democracies: the Photographic Archive and the Working Class Paolo Magagnoli 7. Womens Work in Coastal Galicia: Shining a Light on the Unseen at the Marea Museum Jose Manuel Vazquez Lijo Part III - Know Your Place: Site-Specific Narratives 8. Erasure of Working Class Heritage in Conservation Plans: Absent Presence in the Walled City of Lahore Rabia Nadir 9. Eugene V. Debs' Museum and the Preservation of Radical Working-Class Political Memory Wesley R. Bishop 10. Keeping Your Head Down at the Hyde Park Barracks Museum Adele Chynoweth 11. From Factory to Museum: The Obliteration of the History of Resistance Meral Akbas and OEzge Kelekci Part IV- Answering Back: Lessons from the Working and Poverty Classes 12. Looking Backwards, Planning Forward: 'Museum as Muck' Advocating for the Working Class in Museums Michelle McGrath, in conversation with Adele Chynoweth 13. Changing Lives at the Scottish Maritime Museum Martin Hughes 14. House of Memories: Care and Equality in the UK Museum Sector Kerry Wilson 15. Ngintaka Songline Tracks in the Museum Diana James