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Anthropology and the New Museology

Applegate Krouse S.

Efforts are expanding to make museums responsive to broader audiences, and to incorporate a more multi-voiced approach to representation. Anthropologists and museum professionals point to initiatives in museums to broaden their research and outreach, but there is work still to be done. Whether we focus on theory or methodology, the new museology represents a particularly anthropological approach to museum work, emphasizing collaboration between museums and communities, and the recognition of the rights of peoples to be included in and consulted about the presentation and preservation of their heritage.

Reviews in Anthropology. 2006. Vol. 35. P. 169-182

Reviews in Anthropology, 2006

Excellence and Equity: Education and the Public Dimension of Museums

Ellen C. Hirzy

This landmark report affirms the contributions museums make to the educational needs of the nation. The report helps museums define how well they are carrying out their educational mission and serving the public. The principles are accompanied by specific recommendations, which museums can implement to meet challenges as the stewards of educational excellence and equity.

[электронный ресурс] // ULR: http://ww2.aam-us.org/docs/default-source/resource-library/excellence-and-equity.pdf (дата обращения 19.12.2019).

American Alliance of Museums Press , 2008

Exhibitions in Museums

Belcher, Michael

The book aims to provide an introduction to the various factors which relate to exhibitions and to bring together, for the benefit of all concerned as "essential knowledge"

Discusses every stage of exhibition planning, design, and presentation. Belcher addresses key intellectual and conceptual elements in exhibition design, as well as practical elements such as safety, climate, and lighting. Belcher also focuses on audience research and evaluation.

[электронный ресурс] // ULR: https://pl.b-ok.cc/book/2369347/41fd8e (дата обращения 05.11.2019).

United States: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991

Museums and Community: Ideas, Issues and Challenges

Crooke, Elizabeth

Combining research that stretches across all of the social sciences and international case studies, Elizabeth Crooke here explores the dynamics of the relationship between the community and the museum.

Focusing strongly on areas such as Northern Ireland, South Africa, Australia and North America to highlight the complex issues faced by museums and local groups, Crooke examines one of the museum's primary responsibilities – working with different communities and using collections to encourage people to learn about their own histories, and to understand other people's.

Arguing for a much closer examination of this concept of community, and of the significance of museums to different communities, Museums and Community is a dynamic look at a relationship that has, in modern times, never been more important.


Museums in a Global Context: National Identity, International Understanding

Dickey, Jennifer, Samir El Azhar, Lewis, Catherine

Museums reflect a nation's character, as well as define it. Museums around the world have been shaped by globalization, and in turn have shaped a global public's understanding of local, regional, or national identity. Essayists consider the politics of museum interpretation in the global context, issues of cultural patrimony and heritage tourism, the risks of crossing boundaries and borders to present controversial subjects, and strategies for engaging audiences and communities. International case studies from Germany, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, South Africa, Niger, and Vietnam underscore the common motives and sensibilities, as well as the challenges, of the world's museums in their efforts to educate and inspire.


The Birth of the Museum: History, Theory, Politics

Bennett, Tony London, New York: Routledge, 1995

The Birth of the Museum: History, Theory, Politics (Culture: Policy and Politics)

Bennett, Tony

In a series of richly detailed case studies from Britian, Australia and North America, Tony Bennett investigates how nineteenth- and twentieth-century museums, fairs and exhibitions have organized their collections, and their visitors.

Discussing the historical development of museums alongside that of the fair and the international exhibition, Bennett sheds new light upon the relationship between modern forms of official and popular culture.

Using Foucaltian perspectives The Birth of the Museum explores how the public museum should be understood not just as a place of instruction, but as a reformatory of manners in which a wide range of regulated social routines and performances take place.

This invigorating study enriches and challenges the understanding of the museum, and places it at the centre of modern relations between culture and government.  For students of museum, cultural and sociology studies, this will be an asset to their reading list.

U.K.: 1995

Актуальные проблемы музейного строительства: музей и посетитель


Сборник научных трудов

Язык: русский

Аудитория посетителей Государственной Третьяковской галереи. Программа социологического исследования

48 с. Режим доступа : http://sias.ru/upload/iblock/770/programma-issledovaniya.pdf


Военно-патриотическое воспитание молодежи средствами массовой научно-просветительной работы исторических и краеведческих музеев: Метод. рекоменд.

Полянский В.Р., Малявка М.И. 1985