Museums and Maori : heritage professionals, indigenous collections, current prac...
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A remarkable history and ethnography of the representation and involvement of Maori in museums in New Zealand and a good example of how to deal with cultural difference and identity in museums. Contents:Introduction: Museums and indigenous people -- Part one: From monoculturalism to biculturalism 1. Before Te Maori 2. The Te Maori exhibition 3. After Te Maori -- Part two: Biculturalism in practice 4. Into a new century 5. Reforming museology at Te Papa 6. Evolving museum practice -- Part three: Beyond biculturalism? 7. 'A new net goes fishing' 8. Biculturalism and its discontents -- Conclusion: The future behind us.Date Made
Te Papa PressPublication Place
Walnut Creek, Calif.Subject and Association Keywords
Thomas & Bridget Gallagher LibraryObject Type
9781877385704 (pbk.)Object number
069.0993 MACCopyright Licence
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