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Museums and the Ancient Middle East
Curatorial Practice and Audiences
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Geoff Emberling is Associate Research Scientist at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan. He has done curatorial work for most of his career, first as Assistant Curator in the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, then as Museum Director and Chief Curator at the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago. He has also developed exhibits as consulting curator at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University, and most recently at the Detroit Institute of Arts. He is also a field archaeologist who has directed projects in Syria and Sudan. Lucas P. Petit is curator of the Near Eastern Department at the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities. He curated several successful blockbuster exhibitions including "Petra. Wonder in the Desert" (2013-14) and "Nineveh. Heart of an Ancient Empire" (2017-18), and was responsible for renewing the permanent Middle Eastern galleries. He has had positions at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat, Frankfurt am Main, and at Leiden University. He has been involved in various archaeological fieldwork projects throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Currently, he co-directs the excavations at Tell Damiyah in Jordan.
Part One: Introductory Chapter 1 Curating the Ancient Middle East Geoff Emberling and Lucas Petit Chapter 2 Museum Displays and the Creation of the Ancient Middle East: A View from the Ashmolean and the British Museum Paul Collins Chapter 3 Ancient "Art" in the White Cube? Or How Contemporary Art Creates Ancient "Art" Pedro Azara and Marc Marin Part Two: Perspectives from National Museums Chapter 4 170 Years of Curatorial Practices and Audiences at the Louvre: Exhibiting Ancient Middle Eastern Antiquities from 1847 to 2017 Ariane Thomas Chapter 5 Gallery 55 at the British Museum: Mesopotamia 1500-539 BC Irving Finkel and Alexandra Fletcher Chapter 6 Unlocking Architectures-Communicating Cultures: Ancient Middle Eastern Worlds in the Vorderasiatisches Museum Lutz Martin Chapter 7 And Now for Something Completely Different: The Renewal of the Ancient Middle Eastern Gallery in the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities Lucas P. Petit Chapter 8 The Jordan Museum: Storyteller of Land and People Yosha Alamri and Jihad Kafafi Part Three: Perspectives from Art Museums Chapter 9 Exhibiting Interaction: Displaying the Arts of the Ancient Middle East in their Broader Context Joan Aruz and Yelena Rakic Chapter 10 Negotiations in Museum Practice: A Reinstalled Gallery of Ancient Middle Eastern Art at the Detroit Institute of Arts Swarupa Anila and Geoff Emberling Chapter 11 An Archaeological Exhibition without Archaeology? Joan Miro Looks at Mesopotamian Masterpieces Pedro Azara and Marc Marin Part Four: Perspectives from University Museums Chapter 12 Between visuality and context: Presenting Archaeological Narratives at the Oriental Institute John D.M. Green Chapter 13 The Middle East Gallery at the Penn Museum: A Curator's Reflections on Challenges and Opportunities Holly Pittman Chapter 14 The Archaeological Museum of the American University of Beirut and Its Educational Role: A Case Study Leila Badre Chapter 15 Beyond Display: Curriculum and Community Engagement with Ancient Middle Eastern Collections in a University Museum Andrew Jamieson and Annelies Van de Ven Commentary Chapter 16 Exhibiting Ancient Middle Eastern Art in America Peter Lacovara