Museums and Restitution: New Practices, New Approaches

Museums and Restitution: New Practices, New Approaches

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ISBN-13: 9781409435631
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/28/2014
Edition description: 1
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Louise Tythacott is Dr Pratapaditya Pal Senior Lecturer in Curating and Museology of Asian Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and was previously Lecturer in Museology at the University of Manchester. She has worked in the museum field for over a decade, latterly as Head of Asian, African, Oceanic and American Collections at National Museums Liverpool. She has published widely on the relationship between museums and anthropology: her books include Surrealism and the Exotic (2003) and The Lives of Chinese Objects: Buddhism, Imperialism and Display (2011). She is also a Managing Editor of the journal, Museum and Society. Kostas Arvanitis is Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Museology at the University of Manchester, UK. His research crosses the fields of museology, archaeology and digital heritage. He has published on the theory and practice of digital, social and mobile media in museums and the interpretation of archaeological sites in urban environments.

Table of Contents

Contents: Museums and restitution: an introduction, Louise Tythacott and Kostas Arvanitis. Part I Overviews: Crossing the line: restitution and cultural equity, Tristram Besterman; Authority and the power of place: exploring the legitimacy of authorized and alternative voices in the restitution discourse, Piotr Bienkowski. Part II Perspectives from Around the World: Repatriation: political will and museum facilities, Eeva-Kristiina Harlin and Anne May Olli; The practice of repatriation: a case study from New Zealand, Conal McCarthy; ‘A welcome and important part of their role': the impact of repatriation on museums in Scotland, Neil Curtis; In consideration of restitution: understanding and transcending the limits of repatriation under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), Helen A. Robbins. Part III Reflections on Returns: Repatriating agency: animacy, personhood and agency in the repatriation of Ojibwe artefacts, Maureen Matthews; Debating the restitution of human remains from Dutch museum collections: the case of the skulls from Urk, Demelza van der Maas; A crate in the basement: on the works of Kazimir Malevich loaned to the Hanover Museum, Ines Katenhusen; Claiming the Parthenon Marbles back: whose claim and on behalf of whom?, Kalliopi Fouseki. Index.

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