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The Museum Of Mediterranean And Near Eastern Antiquities

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The Museum Of Mediterranean And Near Eastern Antiquities Medelhavsmuseet

Author : Pontus Hellström
ISBN : OCLC:1026714905
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Medelhavsmuseet

Author : Medelhavsmuseet (Stockholm, Sweden)
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Museums In The Mediterranean Region

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Two Royal Heads From Amarna

Author : Bengt Julius Peterson
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Bulletin Medelhavsmuseet

Author : Medelhavsmuseet (Stockholm, Sweden)
ISBN : UOM:39015063384542
Genre : Art, Ancient
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Carthage

Author : Cathrine Gerner Hansen
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C J L?wenhielm

Author : Carl Gustaf Löwenhielm
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From The Gustavianum Collections In Uppsala

Author : Uppsala Universitet
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The Ernest Erickson Collection In Swedish Museums

Author : Ulf Abel
ISBN : STANFORD:36105031123594
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Carthage

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Carthage

Author : Cathrine Gerner Hansen
ISBN : OCLC:918389234
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Arabia Felix

Author : Rosemarie Richter
ISBN : 3447036036
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Staging The World

Author : Ida Ostenberg
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An illustrated study of the Roman triumphal procession, Ida Ostenberg analyses the stories the Roman triumph told about the defeated and the ideas it transmitted about Rome itself.

Museums Of Today

Author : Gabriel Alcalde i Gurt
ISBN : 9788499841175
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At the dawn of the 21st century, museums of society seem to be undergoing a renaissance, with approaches generating a new museological scene. Basically, the new vision involves an interdisciplinary view of societies in which the concept of society or civilization itself creates a new discourse which aims to make the museums reflect on the major challenges faced by society today, such as multiculturalism, identities, and the complexity of the modern world.\nThe papers published in this book provide an introduction to some of the most prestigious museums of society in the world and an analysis of some of the major issues. The papers – written by the museum directors or managers – offer an excellent insight into the way the museums have developed and the challenges they face, whilst also providing some useful guidelines which might be taken into consideration in Catalonia.\n

Hellenism And The Local Communities Of The Eastern Mediterranean

Author : Boris Chrubasik
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Hellenism and the Local Communities of the Eastern Mediterranean offers a timely re-examination of the relationship between Greek and non-Greek cultures in this region between 400 BCE and 250 CE. The conquests of Alexander the Great and his Successors not only radically reshaped the political landscape, but also significantly accelerated cultural change: in recent decades there has been an important historiographical emphasis on the study of the non-Greek cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean, but less focus on how Greek cultural elements became increasingly visible. Although the process of cross-cultural interaction differed greatly across Asia Minor, Egypt, the Levant, and Mesopotamia, the same overarching questions apply: why did the non-Greek communities of the Eastern Mediterranean engage so closely with Greek cultural forms as well as political practices, and how did this engagement translate into their daily lives? In exploring the versatility and adaptability of Greek political structures, such as the polis, and the ways in which Greek and non-Greek cultures interacted in fields such as medicine, literature, and art, the essays in this volume aim to provide new insight into these questions. At the same time, they prompt a re-interrogation of the process of Hellenization, exploring whether it is still a useful concept for explaining and understanding the dynamics of cultural exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean of this period.

Cultural Heritage Transnational Narratives And Museum Franchising In Abu Dhabi

Author : Sarina Wakefield
ISBN : 9781351614863
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This publication contributes to new understandings of how heritage operates as a global phenomenon and the transnational heritage discourses that emerge from this process. Taking such a view sees autochthonous and franchised heritage not as separate or opposing elements but as part of the same process of contemporary globalised identity-making, which contributes to the development of newly emergent cosmopolitan identities. The book critically examines the processes that are involved in the franchising of heritage and its cultural effects. It does so by examining the connections and tensions that emerge from combining autochthonous and franchised heritage in the United Arab Emirates, providing a unique window in to the process of creating hybrid heritage in non-Western contexts. It develops new ideas about how this global phenomenon works, how it might be characterised and how it influences and is itself affected by local forms of heritage. By exploring how autochthonous and franchised heritage is produced in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates it becomes clear that Western-dominated practices are often challenged and, perhaps more importantly, that new ways of understanding, producing and living with heritage are being articulated in these previously marginal locations. The book offers innovative insights into heritage as a transnational process, exploring how it operates within local, national and international identity concerns and debates. It will appeal to scholars and students interested in critical heritage studies, museums, tourism, cultural studies and Middle Eastern studies.

Learning At The Museum Frontiers

Author : Viv Golding
ISBN : 9781317106661
Genre : Social Science
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In Learning at the Museum Frontiers, Viv Golding argues that the museum has the potential to function as a frontier - a zone where learning is created, new identities are forged and new connections made between disparate groups and their own histories. She draws on a range of theoretical perspectives including Gadamer's philosophical hermeneutics, Foucauldian discourse on space and power, and postcolonial and Black feminist theory, as well as her own professional experience in museum education over a ten-year period, applying these ideas to a wide range of museum contexts. The book offers an important theoretical and empirical contribution to the debate on the value of museums and what they can contribute to society. The author reveals the radical potential for museums to tackle injustice and social exclusion, challenge racism, enhance knowledge and promote truth.

Western European Museums And Visual Persuasion

Author : J. Donald Ragsdale
ISBN : 9781527556690
Genre : Architecture
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Western European Museums and Visual Persuasion is an assessment of the visual persuasiveness of art museums. It demonstrates that museums are as capable of influence as speeches or advertisements are and that an awareness of this influence provides an insight into museums’ cultural roles. The book considers a diverse array of institutions ranging from such national cultural icons as the Louvre, the British Museum, and the Prado to museums of partisan advocacy such as the Centre Georges Pompidou, the Tate Modern, and the Museo Nacional Centro Arte de Reina Sofia. The museums’ architectural significance, the importance of their collections, and the persuasiveness of their exhibition designs are the bases for assessment. Western European Museums and Visual Persuasion is an important extension of theories of persuasion and visual communication to art, art history, and museology. It utilizes a theory of visual signs based on the semiotics of C. S. Peirce to demonstrate that museum buildings, the art within them, and the spaces used for display all may be thought as ways of influencing society.

Museums Migration And Cultural Diversity

Author : Christina Johansson
ISBN : 9783706557429
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Historically, an important role of museums has been to contribute to national homogenization. The book specifically deals with how the Swedish museum sector of culture and history addresses new demands from a society that is profoundly characterized by migration and cultural diversity. Besides the museums' representations of migration and cultural diversity, the book also examines how changes in the museum sector relate to general policy developments in the fields of culture, integration and minorities. The book also discusses whether and how museums are open for dialogue and collaboration with migrants and ethnic minorities and the kinds of problems museums encounter in their efforts to be more inclusive.

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