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'Der Umgang mit der Kolonialzeit: Provenienz und Rückgabe', in: Museumsethnologie. Eine Einführung. Theorien – Debatten – Praktiken, edited by Iris ...

Author: Margareta von Oswald

Publisher: Leuven University Press

ISBN: 9789462702189

Category: Social Science

Page: 432

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How can we rethink anthropology beyond itself? In this book, twenty-one artists, anthropologists, and curators grapple with how anthropology has been formulated, thought, and practised ‘elsewhere’ and ‘otherwise’. They do so by unfolding ethnographic case studies from Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Poland – and through conversations that expand these geographies and genealogies of contemporary exhibition-making. This collection considers where and how anthropology is troubled, mobilised, and rendered meaningful. Across Anthropology charts new ground by analysing the convergences of museums, curatorial practice, and Europe’s reckoning with its colonial legacies. Situated amid resurgent debates on nationalism and identity politics, this book addresses scholars and practitioners in fields spanning the arts, social sciences, humanities, and curatorial studies. Preface by Arjun Appadurai. Afterword by Roger Sansi Contributors: Arjun Appadurai (New York University), Annette Bhagwati (Museum Rietberg, Zurich), Clémentine Deliss (Berlin), Sarah Demart (Saint-Louis University, Brussels), Natasha Ginwala (Gropius Bau, Berlin), Emmanuel Grimaud (CNRS, Paris), Aliocha Imhoff and Kantuta Quirós (Paris), Erica Lehrer (Concordia University, Montreal), Toma Muteba Luntumbue (Ecole de Recherche Graphique, Brussels), Sharon Macdonald (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Wayne Modest (Research Center for Material Culture, Leiden), Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung (SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin), Margareta von Oswald (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Roger Sansi (Barcelona University), Alexander Schellow (Ecole de Recherche Graphique, Brussels), Arnd Schneider (University of Oslo), Anna Seiderer (University Paris 8), Nanette Snoep (Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum, Cologne), Nora Sternfeld (Kunsthochschule Kassel), Anne-Christine Taylor (Paris), Jonas Tinius (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) Ebook available in Open Access. This publication is GPRC-labeled (Guaranteed Peer-Reviewed Content).
2020-06-15 By Margareta von Oswald

Museumsethnologie— Eine Einführung: Theorien, Debatten, Praktiken, Berlin: Reimer, 2019. Essner, Cornelia. “Berlins Völkerkunde Museum in der Kolonialära: ...

Author: H. Glenn Penny

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691211145

Category: Art

Page: 240

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"The Berlin Ethnological Museum is one of the largest and most important anthropological museums in the world. Housing over 500,000 objects from non-western cultures assembled since the mid-nineteenth century, the museum's collection was assembled by men who were galvanized by the ambitious vision of Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859). Humboldt saw the multiplicity of human cultures as variations on a common theme and believed that natural science offered a means for understanding the essential unity of all people across space and time. What was needed, he declared, was to gather enough data to fashion a total history of humanity. After his death, Humboldt-inspired explorers, government officials, physicians, scientists, and even the sons of merchants fanned out across the globe to collect as much information as they could about all the peoples of the world. They used observation, discussion, inspection of written records, and, crucially, the collection and analysis of material culture from great monuments and art to simple crafts and everyday tools. Unlike their counterparts in the rest of Europe and in the United States, these early German ethnologists did not collect such objects to confirm or illustrate racist theories of human development. Rather, they began with a rejection of race science and an assumption that there are no inherent mental differences among peoples. They created these collections, and, later, founded their museums, not to support or illustrate politically-useful theories of human difference, but rather to foster the study of human cultures and histories in all their variations. In Humboldt's Shadow tells the stories of these ethnologists and the objects, collections, and knowledge they assembled - and of the tragic turn their museums took when their successors undercut their bracing Humboldtian motives. In this book H. Glenn Penny calls on museums to embrace anew this Humboldtian vision, while deepening their dialogue and engagement with indigenous peoples over the provenance and stewardship of these collections. While supporting repatriation of artifacts where appropriate, Penny argues that greater funding for the research and curation functions of contemporary museums would allow them to properly research the provenance of artifacts in their collections"--
2021-06-15 By H. Glenn Penny

'“Achtung Aufnahme!” Akustische Spuren der kolonialen Wissensproduktion'. In Iris Edenheiser and Larissa Förster (eds), Museumsethnologie – Eine Einführung.

Author: Michael Bull

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501338779

Category: Music

Page: 896

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The field of Sound Studies has changed and developed dramatically over the last two decades involving a vast and dizzying array of work produced by those working in the arts, social sciences and sciences. The study of sound is inherently interdisciplinary and is undertaken both by those who specialize in sound and by others who wish to include sound as an intrinsic and indispensable element in their research. This is the first resource to provide a wide ranging, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary investigation and analysis of the ways in which researchers use a broad range of methodologies in order to pursue their sonic investigations. It brings together 49 specially commissioned chapters that ask a wide range of questions including; how can sound be used in current academic disciplines? Is sound as a methodological tool indispensable for Sound Studies and what can sound artists contribute to the discourse on methodology in Sound Studies? The editors also present 3 original chapters that work as provocative 'sonic methodological interventions' prefacing the 3 sections of the book.
2020-12-10 By Michael Bull



ISBN: IND:30000046708503

Category: Africa


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Die Museumsethnologen verfassten daher Instruktionen für ethnologische Beobachtungen und ... den reisenden Amateurethnografen eine kurze Einführung in die ...


Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783643999313



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Author: Elfriede Hermann

Publisher: Universitätsverlag Göttingen

ISBN: 9783940344809

Category: Ethnology

Page: 406

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Benut- Spezialisierung Antweilers , wie er in der Einführung zerfreundlichkeit gehört dabei zu seinen Zielen . selbst ... Zuerst werden allgemeine Ein- den : von der Museumsethnologie bis hin zur Entwickführungswerke in die Ethnologie ...



ISBN: UOM:39015073111018

Category: Anthropology


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Museumsethnologische Konzeptionen im historischen Wandel . 1991 , 188 pp . , 42. ... 1994 , 292 pp . , 64 , - , ISBN 3-929115-20-4 GRAMICH , Rudolf - Einführung in die mitteljavanische Gamelonmusik . Mit Notenbeispielen .

Author: Gerhard Hirscher


ISBN: STANFORD:36105022212299

Category: South Africa

Page: 122

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Das Vergnügen an der medialen Vergegenwärtigung von Vergangenem ist ein zentraler Bestandteil von Populärkulturen: als Aufarbeitung von Geschichte in Romanen, Filmen oder Comics, als Besuch von populärkulturellen Museen oder von ...

Author: Christoph Bareither


ISBN: 3826067746


Page: 240

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2019-08 By Christoph Bareither



ISBN: STANFORD:36105210169632

Category: Learning and scholarship


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