The museum has become a vital strategic space for negotiating ownership of and access to knowledges produced in local settings. Museum as Process presents community-engaged qculture workq of a group of scholars whose collaborative projects consider the social spaces between the museum and community and offer new ways of addressing the challenges of bridging the local and the global. Museum as Process explores a variety of strategies for engaging source communities in the process of translation and the collaborative mediation of cultural knowledges. Scholars from around the world reflect upon their work with specific communities in different parts of the world a Australia, Canada, Ghana, Great Britain, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, South Africa, Taiwan and the United States. Each global case study provides significant insights into what happens to knowledge as it moves back and forth between source communities and global sites, especially the museum. Museum as Process is an important contribution to understanding the relationships between museums and source communities and the flow of cultural knowledge.Report on Australian Indigenous cultural and intellectual property rights. Prepared for AIATSIS and ATSIC. Sydney: Michael Frankel aamp; Company. Available at http:// frankellawyers.com.au/media/report/culture.pdf (accessed June 2, 2013). ... Working with the Australian Indigenous Visual Arts and Craft Sector, Sydney: National Association for the Visual Arts. Morphy, ... Pappalardo, K.M., Fitzgerald, A.M., Fitzgerald, B.F., Kiel-Chisholm, S.D. (2007) A Guide to Open Access through youranbsp;...
|Title||:||Museum as Process|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-09-19|