Museum Memories

The author shows how museum culture offers a unique vantage point on the 19th and 20th centuries' preoccupation with history and subjectivity, and demonstrates how the constitution of the aesthetic provides insight into the realms of ...

Author: Didier Maleuvre

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 9780804736046

Category: History

Page: 325

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The author shows how museum culture offers a unique vantage point on the 19th and 20th centuries' preoccupation with history and subjectivity, and demonstrates how the constitution of the aesthetic provides insight into the realms of technology, industrial culture, architecture, and ethics.

Museum Memories

A compilation of lessons for DUP camps tells the story behind and artifacts of the early pioneer collections which have been gathered over the last 100 years.




Category: Child care

Page: 382

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A compilation of lessons for DUP camps tells the story behind and artifacts of the early pioneer collections which have been gathered over the last 100 years.

Organization and Structure of Autobiographical Memory

For example, a memory of visiting a natural history museum and seeing the
mummy collection will activate other museum memories (i.e., same conceptual
class, e.g., the same museum on different occasions, other natural history
museums, ...

Author: John Mace

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198784848

Category: Medical

Page: 224

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The topic of autobiographical memory has held a prominent role in memory research for the past 30 years, as it has proven indispensable to the understanding of human memory and cognition. An important focus of autobiographical memory research is uncovering the basic structure, nature, and organization of the autobiographical memory system. This book explores the organization and structure of autobiographical memory. Based on over thirty years of research, and the latest empirical findings, it presents the major theories and problems in the science of autobiographical memory organization. At its core are two influential global views on the organization, structure, and function of autobiographical memory (chapters 2 and 3). In addition, the volume examines the organization of autobiographical memory from a developmental perspective (chapter 4). It includes a chapter examining the neuroscience of autobiographical memory organization (chapter 7), and a chapter examining organization from a functional perspective (chapter 6). Also covered is the role of culture in forming autobiographical memory (chapter 5), the role of the self in organizing autobiographical memory (chapter 8), insights from the reminiscence bump on organization (chapter 9), and a chapter on the organization of episodic autobiographical memories (chapter 10). For students and researcher with an interest in memory, the volume is a timely and important addition to their literature.

The Museum of Forgotten Memories

Anstey Harris This reading group guide for The Museum of Forgotten Memories
includes an introduction, discussion questions, and ideas for enhancing your
book club. The suggested questions are intended to help your reading group find

Author: Anstey Harris

Publisher: Gallery Books

ISBN: 1982126892

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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“Moving.” —Booklist (starred review) At Hatters Museum of the Wide Wide World, where the animals never age but time takes its toll, one woman must find the courage to overcome the greatest loss of her life. Four years after her husband Richard’s death, Cate Morris is let go from her teaching job and unable to pay rent on the London flat she shares with her son, Leo. With nowhere else to turn, they pack up and venture to Richard’s ancestral Victorian museum in the small town of Crouch-on-Sea. Despite growing pains and a grouchy caretaker, Cate begins to fall in love with the quirky taxidermy exhibits and sprawling grounds, and she makes it her mission to revive them. But threats from both inside and outside the museum derail her plans and send her spiraling into self-doubt. As Cate becomes more invested in Hatters, she must finally confront the reality of Richard’s death—and the role she played in it—in order to reimagine her future. Perfect for fans of Katherine Center and Evvie Drake Starts Over.

Memories of the British Museum

In 1852 the idea of constructing the ReadingRoom was conceived by Mr. Panizzi
, and about 1858 the building issued forth , full grown , from the brain of the
British Museum Jupiter , armed at all points against criticism — the largest , best
built ...

Author: Robert Cowtan




Page: 428

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A Study Guide to Philadelphia Stories

At times personal, humorous, and moving, these stories help define what museums mean, and how and why they work as institutions of learning and culture.

Author: Michael Spock



Category: Focus groups

Page: 47

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Personal stories of two dozen museum professionals relating their own pivotal learning experiences in museums. At times personal, humorous, and moving, these stories help define what museums mean, and how and why they work as institutions of learning and culture.

Museum Memories and Digital Stories

Author: Daniela Petrelli





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On Interpretive Conflict

Each of these substitutes for the sacred image carries the memory of what it has
displaced. ... Quatremère de Quincy, Considérations morales sur la des- tination
des ouvrages de l'art (1815); cited in Didier Maleuvre, Museum Memories: ...

Author: John Frow


ISBN: 022661400X

Category: Law

Page: 216

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"Interpretation" is a term that encompasses both the most esoteric and the most fundamental activities of our lives, from analyzing medical images to the million ways we perceive other people's actions. Today, we also leave interpretation to the likes of web cookies, social media algorithms, and automated markets. But as John Frow shows in this thoughtfully argued book, there is much yet to do in clarifying how we understand the social organization of interpretation. On Interpretive Conflict delves into four case studies where sharply different sets of values come into play--gun control, anti-Semitism, the religious force of images, and climate change. In each case, Frow lays out the way these controversies unfold within interpretive regimes that establish what counts as an interpretable object and the protocols of evidence and proof that should govern it. Whether applied to a Shakespeare play or a Supreme Court case, interpretation, he argues, is at once rule-governed and inherently conflictual. Ambitious and provocative, On Interpretive Conflict will attract readers from across the humanities and beyond.

Heritage Museums and Galleries

14 Museums and the re - shaping of memory Patricia Davison All heritage
resources , places and spaces are associated with memory . Natural and cultural
landscapes , specific sites , aspects of the built environment , monuments and
material ...

Author: Gerard Corsane

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415289450

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 392

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This reader provides a starting point and introductory resource for anyone wishing to engage with certain key issues relating to the heritage, museums and galleries sector.

Paradise of the Pacific

... Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology other wing which will more than
double the capacity of the museum . MEMORIES . ... Charles Reed Bishop in
memory of manifest and no cold season checks the increase of animal or his wife
, the ...




Category: Hawaii


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A Biographical Sketch of Sir Anthony Panizzi K C B LL D Etc Late Principal Librarian British Museum

Dedicated , by permission , to the Trustees of the British Museum . MEMORIES
OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM . Every man is a debtor to his profession , from the
which as men do , of course , seek to receive countenance and profit , so ought
they ...

Author: Robert Cowtan



Category: Librarians

Page: 87

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The Memory Palace of Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Blending biography, memoir, philosophy, and detective story, The Memory
Palace is more than a tribute to the museum and the woman; it is an altogether
new genre. Vigderman's witty and intimate quest for her subject sets a literary
precedent ...


Publisher: Hol Art Books

ISBN: 1936102242



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The Journal of Museum Education

Eventually , the cloud dissipates , leaving only the memory of what once was .
The haunting image of the atomic bomb has left an indelible but oddly incomplete
impression on the museum world . Just as individual human memory can be ...




Category: Museums


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Summerson and Hitchcock

Henry - Russell Hitchcock , Museums in the Modern World , ' The Architectural
Review , vol . 86 , no . 515 ( October 1939 ) , pp . 147 - 48 . Ibid . , p . 148 . See
Didier Maleuvre , Museum Memories : History Technology Art ( Stanford , 1999 ) .

Author: Frank E. Salmon

Publisher: Paul Mellon Ctr for Studies


Category: Architecture

Page: 365

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Publisher description

A Companion to Museum Studies

Memory,. and. Museums. Susan. A. Crane. The history of museums is the history
of a conundrum: how is what is always the same also always different? A modern
museum's mandate is to collect, preserve, and present objects for the public to ...

Author: Sharon Macdonald

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1444334050

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 592

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A Companion to Museum Studies captures the multidisciplinary approaches to the study of the development, roles, and significance of museums in contemporary society. It is an indispensable reference for art historians, museum curators, and art and culture lovers. Collects first-rate original essays by leading figures from a range of disciplines and theoretical stances, including anthropology, art history, history, literature, sociology, cultural studies, and museum studies Examines the complexity of the museum from cultural, political, curatorial, historical and representational perspectives Covers traditional subjects, such as space, display, buildings, objects and collecting, and more contemporary challenges such as visiting, commerce, community and experimental exhibition forms

Unburied Memories The Politics of Bodies of Sacred Defense Martyrs in Iran

The visitor brings to the mix his or her own life experiences and thus acts as the
primary determinant and activator of this potentially “cultic” memory space. In
other words, a viewer actively fills in the museum's semiotic gaps since those
gaps ...

Author: Pedram Khosronejad

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135711674

Category: Social Science

Page: 174

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Today, almost a generation has passed since the Iran–Iraq war and the memory of it is set to diminish with each passing generation. The following questions emerge. Can we say that the gradual disappearance of war’s memory means that, increasingly, Iranians will see the Iran–Iraq war solely as an historical event? How can we defend or reject this idea? Today, with which elements and values should we look at the Iran–Iraq war memorials and ceremonies? To what extent will war museums and materials culture be influenced by these new values? In the period during and immediately after the Iran–Iraq war (1980-88), national bereavement and commemoration of martyrs was neither apparent in common state policy nor a social need. Even at the turn of the 21st century, anyone walking through Iranian cities, many of which had been the main scene of the bloody massacre and direct targets of the Iraqi Republican Guard, will have found traces of the terrible, almost unimaginable, human losses. However, today’s Iranians can see modern war memorials and monuments in many parts of the urban and rural landscape. Yet, at the same time, the changing landscape has separated Iranians from such remnants of the violence. It can be argued that many people, in their wish to look forward to a more hopeful future, do not wish to be reminded of this period in Iranian history. This book was originally published as a special issue of Visual Anthropology.

Catalogue of Books in the Lending Library

5550-1 British Museum , Memories of . Cowtan 843 Broken Lights . Cobbe 37062
Museum Newspaper Room . See Chamb . Bromley - Davenport ( W. ) See
Davenport . Jour . 15681 Brontë ( Anne ) . Tenant of Wildfell Hall Museum
Reading ...

Author: Edinburgh (Scotland). Public Library



Category: Dictionary catalogs

Page: 740

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Museums of Communism

47 Torbakov provides two powerful examples of this sentiment: occupation
museums and institutes of national memory, citing Latvia's, Estonia's, and
Georgia's museums and Polish and Ukrainian institutes. Torbakov contextualizes
these sites ...

Author: Stephen M. Norris

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253050316

Category: History

Page: 442

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How did communities come to terms with the collapse of communism? In order to guide the wider narrative, many former communist countries constructed museums dedicated to chronicling their experiences. Museums of Communism explores the complicated intersection of history, commemoration, and victimization made evident in these museums constructed after 1991. While contributors from a diverse range of fields explore various museums and include nearly 90 photographs, a common denominator emerges: rather than focusing on artifacts and historical documents, these museums often privilege memories and stories. In doing so, the museums shift attention from experiences of guilt or collaboration to narratives of shared victimization under communist rule. As editor Stephen M. Norris demonstrates, these museums are often problematic at best and revisionist at worst. From occupation museums in the Baltic States to memorial museums in Ukraine, former secret police prisons in Romania, and nostalgic museums of everyday life in Russia, the sites considered offer new ways of understanding the challenges of separating memory and myth.

Catalogue of the Contents of Section A p

1 1859 H 4 British Museum , Memories of the Robert Cowtan 1 1872 5 British
Museum , Guide to Books Exhibited to Public .. ( P ) 1870 5 British Post Office ,
Historical Account of W. Lewins 1 1864 H 4 British Quarterly Review ( 1872-80 ) ...

Author: Leeds Public Libraries





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Museums and Memory

This volume considers museums from personal experience and historical study, and from the memories of museum visitors, curators, and scholars.

Author: Susan A. Crane


ISBN: 9780804735650

Category: History

Page: 257

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This volume considers museums from personal experience and historical study, and from the memories of museum visitors, curators, and scholars. Representing a variety of fields, the essays range widely over time and place, in exhibitions explored, and types of institutions.