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An Anthology of Contexts
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?Carbonell's anthology is now a distinguished standard, useful as a sourcebook for ideas, teaching, even research. Like the museums she addresses, the collection is marked by its capaciousness of thought and attitude.? - Bruce Robertson, University of California, Santa Barbara ?Addressing topics as diverse as indigenous curation and technological and cultural interactivity, this anthology challenges museum studies tradition, arguing for the relevance of museums while celebrating the challenges of museum work.? - Steven Lubar, Brown University ?If the first edition of this acclaimed anthology was a landmark, this revised and enlarged edition is even better - with an impressive transnational coverage of topics, issues, and trends in historical and contemporary museum practice that will be essential reading for scholars, students and professionals.? - Conal McCarthy, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand ?This new edition offers an innovative and timely perspective on locating the emerging themes and debates in museum studies today. An essential reader for both the scholar and student that combines in a single volume both classic essays and more esoteric, hard-to-find sources.? - Christopher B. Steiner, Connecticut College
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Bettina Messias Carbonell is Associate Professor of English and Program Coordinator for the interdisciplinary Humanities and Justice major at John Jay College, City University of New York. Her publications and current research focus on ethics, aesthetics, and the representation of history in literary texts and in museums.
Alternative Taxonomy xi Notes on Contributors xvi Acknowledgments xxiv Introduction to the Second Edition: Museum/Studies and the Eccentric Space of an Anthology Revisited 1 Bettina M. Carbonell Part I Museology: A Collection of Contexts 15 Introduction 15 1 From The Museum Age: Foreword 19 Germain Bazin 2 The Museum: Its Classical Etymology and Renaissance Genealogy 23 Paula Findlen 3 The Universal Survey Museum 46 Carol Duncan and Alan Wallach 4 Seeing Through Solidity: A Feminist Perspective on Museums 62 Gaby Porter 5 Universal Museums, Museum Objects and Repatriation: The Tangled Stories of Things 73 Neil G.W. Curtis 6 Narrativity and the Museological Myths of Nationality 82 Donald Preziosi 7 Museums, Civic Life, and the Educative Force of Remembrance 92 Roger I. Simon 8 The Memorial Museum Identity Complex: Victimhood, Culpability, and Responsibility 97 Paul Williams 9 At The Holocaust Museum 116 Alice Friman Part II States of Nature in the Museum: Natural History, Anthropology, Ethnology 117 Introduction 117 10 To the Citizens of the United States of America 123 Charles Willson Peale 11 Letter of 1863 to Mr. Thomas G. Cary 125 Louis Agassiz 12 Museums of Ethnology and Their Classification 126 Franz Boas 13 Magnificent Intentions : Washington, D.C., and American Anthropology in 1846 129 Curtis M. Hinsley, Jr. 14 From Natural History to Science: Display and the Transformation of American Museums of Science and Nature 142 Karen A. Rader and Victoria E. M. Cain 15 The Development of Ethnological Museums 158 Robert Goldwater 16 Ethnology: A Science on Display 163 Fabrice Grognet 17 Ambiguous Messages and Ironic Twists: Into the Heart of Africa and The Other Museum 168 Enid Schildkrout 18 Thinking and Doing Otherwise: Anthropological Theory in Exhibitionary Practice 177 Mary Bouquet 19 The Mirror and the Tomb: Africa, Museums, and Memory 189 Francoise Lionnet 20 From Ethnology to Heritage: The Role of the Museum 199 Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett 21 The Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford 206 James Fenton Part III The Status of Nations and the Museum 209 Introduction 209 22 From On the Museum of Art: An Address 213 J. C. Robinson 23 Presidential Address to the Museums Association, Maidstone Meeting, 1909 218 Henry Balfour 24 Addresses on the Occasion of the Opening of the American Wing, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (November 10, 1924) 225 Robert W. de Forest, Grosvenor Atterbury, and Elihu Root 25 The Architectural Museum from World s Fair to Restoration Village 230 Edward N. Kaufman 26 Melodrama, Pantomime or Portrayal?: Representing Ourselves and the British Past through Exhibitions in History Museums 244 Gaynor Kavanagh 27 Artifacts as Expressions of Society and Culture: Subversive Genealogy and the Value of History 250 Mark P. Leone and Barbara J. Little 28 Museums and the Formation of National and Cultural Identities 260 Annie E. Coombes 29 Museums, National, Postnational and Transcultural Identities 273 Sharon J. Macdonald 30 Architecture and the Scene of Evidence 287 Catherine Ingraham 31 Some Thoughts about National Museums at the End of the Century 294 Roger G. Kennedy Part IV Histories and Identities in the Museum 299 Introduction 299 32 Memory, Distortion, and History in the Museum 303 Susan A. Crane 33 Museum Matters 317 Gyan Prakash 34 Reality as Illusion, the Historic Houses that Become Museums 324 Monica Risnicoff de Gorgas 35 Mining the Museum: Artists Look at Museums, Museums Look at Themselves 329 Lisa G. Corrin 36 The Afterlife of Lynching: Exhibitions and the Re-composition of Human Suffering 347 Bettina Messias Carbonell 37 Exhibiting Mestizaje: The Poetics and Experience of the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum 357 Karen Mary Davalos 38 Indigenous Model