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Museums and Diversity

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Challenge and Transformation

Museums in Cape Town and Sydney

Katherine Goodnow with Jack Lohman and Jatti Bredekamp
Distributed on behalf of the Museum of London

221 pages, 25 illus, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-9-23202-816-7 $49.95/£35.00 Pb Published (December 2006)


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Focusing on how change takes place in museums, Challenge and Transformation: Museums in Cape Town and Sydney is built around a series of case studies outlining the way museums have come to terms with issues of diversity and change - within ethnographic museums, historic sites and art galleries. The case studies are complemented by an introduction by Jack Lohman and an epilogue by the current CEO at Iziko Museums, Jatti Bredekamp.

Katherine Goodnow is Associate Professor at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen, Norway.

Related Link: Other Museum and Diversity Titles
Human Remains and Museum Practice  ·  Edited by Jack Lohman and Katherine Goodnow
Scandinavian Museums and Cultural Diversity  ·  edited by Katherine Goodnow and Haci Akman
Museums, The Media and Refugees  ·  Katherine Goodnow, Jack Lohman, and Philip Marfleet
Subject: Museum Studies
Area: Asia-Pacific Africa



Contents

Foreword
Preface

Introduction to the Series
Jack Lohman

Museums in Cape Town and Sydney

Chapter 1. Introduction and Overview
Chapter 2. Across Museums: Shared Forms of Challenge and Change
Chapter 3. Ethnographic Collections in Natural History Museums: The South African Museum
Chapter 4. Sydney's Australian Museum and its Indigenous Australians Gallery
Chapter 5. Historica Sites: Cape Town
Chapter 6. The Museum of Sydney: On the Site of the First Government House
Chapter 7. The South African National Gallery
Chapter 8. The Yiribana Gallery: Sydney
Chapter 9. Future Steps
Katherine Goodnow

Epilogue
Jatti Bredekamp

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