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On Practices of Inclusion and Exclusion: Exhibiting Native American, Maya, and African Objects at the Field Museum and Art Institute of Chicago

This paper discusses methods for displaying non-Western objects in Chicago's largest art and anthropology museums. It highlights the relationships between institutionalized curatorial decision-making and indigenous voice and representation.

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Published online: November 28, 2016

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Personalisation and Playlore: Intangible Cultural Heritage and Childhood History in Museums

Childhood past is of increasing interest across a range of fields. This paper considers an often ignored aspect, the intangible cultural heritage of children/childhood in the museum context.

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Published online: October 11, 2016

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Then, Now; Now, Then: Relocating Tokelau

This paper describes a museum exhibition of Tokelau culture exploring the relocation of local people from Tokelau to New Zealand and the exhibition's empowering impact on the local community.

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Published online: September 26, 2016

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Fostering Relationships through a Co-creative Exhibition

This paper highlights how fostering positive relationships and interactions in a co-creative participatory exhibition can ultimately empower, engage, and educate multi-ethnic, multigenerational audiences.

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Published online: September 14, 2016

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Contemporary Understanding of “Harlem on My Mind”: What Can We Learn from an Art Museum’s Early Attempt toward Culturally Inclusive Practice?

This paper discusses a contemporary understanding of the "Harlem on My Mind" exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1969 using critical race and organizational universe theories.

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Published online: September 7, 2016

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Modern Art in the Gulf Region: The Case of Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art

Mathaf, the Arab Museum of Modern Art in Doha, and its practices fail to engage local communities. This paper questions how people respond to the museum's practices.

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Published online: September 7, 2016

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Contemporary Conservation Theory for Sustainable Development of Cultural Heritage Objects

An object becomes a heritage because of its social meanings among the stakeholders. Investigating those meanings is, therefore, most important for achieving sustainable conservation.

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Published online: July 8, 2016

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Considering the Significance of the University Gallery through an Experimental Exhibition: Nagoya University Project Gallery [clas]

Gallery [clas] is an experimental space for diverse people. We discuss the university gallery's significance through an exhibition and student staff's possibility as a mediator between knowledge and the public.

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Published online: May 27, 2016

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Heritage Education in Museums: An Inclusion-focused Model

If we consider museums as non-formal contexts for heritage education, we may define a heritage education model focused on inclusion. In this paper we conceptualize the model and analyze examples.

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Published online: May 26, 2016

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“Frost Still Clings to the Shadows”: Port Arthur, Convict History, Pedagogy, and Place

A case study of the power of place-based pedagogy and affective historical approaches to enabling primary children to think critically and empathetically at Port Arthur, a site of human suffering.

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Published online: May 16, 2016

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