Current issues in university museums

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College art museums -- United States -- Statis
Statementby David Huntley, Lyndel King, Tom Toperzer.
GenreStatistics.
ContributionsKing, Lyndel Saunders., Toperzer, Tom.
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LC ClassificationsAM121 H85
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 44 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18263669M

This was the seventeenth annual meeting of the group who came together to consider the range of global issues that impact university museums. The subtitle of the conference theme listed objects. A new report from, appropriately, the Center for the Future of Museums (CFM) — a project of the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) — identifies six trends that will shape the ways institutions Author: Benjamin Sutton.

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Aug. 11, Oli Scarff/Getty Images News/Getty Images. Nearly 4 million public visitors, public events, exhibitions last year University Museums provide an extraordinarily rich and prestigious resource for. Books shelved as museum-studies: Making Museums Matter by Stephen E.

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Weil, Museums in Motion: An Introduction to the History and Functions of Museums by. It can be a lengthy process, as the current issues facing Whitstable Museum demonstrate. This term “community management” is a useful obfuscation; referring at once to a broad variety of.

book review Bone rooms: from scientific racism to human prehistory in museums by Samuel J Redmon, pp., Cambridge, Harvard University Press. The ICOM Code of Ethics, in particular, states that the display of human remains should take into account ‘the interests and beliefs of members of the community from whom the objects originated’, and that this should be done with ‘great tact and respect for the feelings of human dignity held by all people’.