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The Inclusive Museum in a Multi-ethnic Age: The Role of the Museum in a Contemporary, Multi-ethnic, Social Housing Area in Denmark

Based on a research project in a multiethnic, social housing area south of Copenhagen, this article discusses the challenges to the role and methods of the museum in contemporary history.

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Published online: February 12, 2016

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Storied Places: Hotels as Museums, Museums in Hotels

This paper explores how and to what effect select hotels integrate small museums into their premises and how the "musealization" of hotels helps to promote local and other histories.

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Published online: January 29, 2016

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(Re)collecting Yesterday, Today: The Universal Museum, Louvre Abu Dhabi

Louvre Abu Dhabi is an example that fosters discourse transgressing precincts between art history, forms, and techniques and contemplating correspondence of creative expressions from different civilizations and various geographical areas.

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Published online: January 29, 2016

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The Socially Inclusive Museum: A Typology Re-imagined

Augmented by Gatekeeper and Knowledge Creation theories from Library Information Sciences, this work re-imagines Richard Sandell's typology to reflect a new way of depicting and measuring social inclusivity for museums.

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Published online: January 29, 2016

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How Digital Artist Engagement Can Function as an Open Innovation Model to Facilitate Audience Encounters with Museum Collections

This paper investigates how digital artist engagement can function as an Open Innovation (OI) model to facilitate engagement with museum collections to maximize the impact of digital technologies in museums.

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Published online: January 22, 2016

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Museums as Reterritorialization Spaces in the Digital Age: Between Knowledge Publishing and Institutional Communication

This paper deals with the types of knowledge publishing conducted by museums in the digital age.

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Published online: January 22, 2016

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A Twenty-first-century Wunderkammer: Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

This paper examines how the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) subverts established museological protocol and curatorial display principles that challenge the notion of the twenty-first-century art museum.

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Published online: January 22, 2016

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Scientific Dating of Art Works: Evaluation or Cultural Exclusion?

This article discusses the pitfalls of a purely scientific approach and the importance of inclusive curatorial performance.

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Published online: January 8, 2016

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Interactive Sensory Objects for and by People with Learning Disabilities

People with learning disabilities participate as co-researchers and explore museum interpretation through multisensory workshops, using microcontrollers and sensors to enable alternative, interactive visitor experiences in museums and heritage sites.

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Published online: January 8, 2016

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Intergenerational War Collection Management: The Returned and Services League, Australian New Zealand Army Corps Village in Narrabeen

An investigation into the intergenerational engagement that occurred throughout a student conservation and cataloging project at a war museum within a retirement village, and how it informed the project.

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Published online: December 30, 2015

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