Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives
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Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives

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ISBN-13:
9780803219489
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.07.2009
Seiten:
362
Autor:
Susan Sleeper-Smith
Gewicht:
499 g
Format:
226x152x20 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Introduction (Susan Sleeper-Smith) Section One: Ethnography and the Cultural Politics of Museums Introduction (Ray Silverman); "Elite Ethnography and Cultural Eradication: Confronting the Cannibal in Early Nineteenth-Century Brazil" (Hal Langfur); "Ethnographic Showcases as Sites of Knowledge Production and Indigenous Resistance" (Zine Magubane); "Re-Inventing George Heye: Nationalizing the Museum of the American Indian and its Collections" (Ann McMullen); "Ethnographic Elaborations, Indigenous Contestations and the Cultural Politics of Imagining Community: A View from the District Six Museum in South Africa" (Ciraj Rassool) Section Two: Curatorial Practices: Voices, Values, Languages And Traditions Introduction (Jacki Thompson Rand); "A Dialogic Response to the Problematized Past: The National Museum of the American Indian" (Miranda J. Brady); "West Side Stories": The Blending of Voice and Representation Through a Shared Curatorial Practice" (Brenda Macdougall and M. Teresa Carlson); "Huichol Histories and Territorial Claims in Two National Anthropology Museums" (Paul Liffman); "The Construction of Native Voice at the National Museum of the American Indian" (Jennifer Shannon) Section Three: Tribal Museums and the Heterogeneity of the Nation State Introduction (Brenda J. Child); "Tsiniyukwalihotv, the Oneida Nation Museum: Creating a Space for Haudenosaunee Kinship and Identity" (Kristina Ackley); "Reimagining Tribal Sovereignty through Tribal History: Museum, Libraries, and Archives in the Klamath River Region" (Brian Isaac Daniels); "Responsibilities Toward Knowledge: The Zuni Museum and the Reconciling of Different Knowledge Systems" (Gwyneira Isaac); "Museums as Sites of Decolonization: Truth Telling in National and Tribal Museums" (Amy Lonetree) Biographies; Bibliography
Interdisciplinary essays which examine the importance and effects of indigenous perspectives for museums around the world