Curating self-determination : individual, institutional, and intercultural relationships in australia's museums
Since the 1970s, museums have come to re-envision their social purpose, and the ways in which they can and should serve their various stakeholders. Following this, museums have come to associate themselves with the realization of minority rights, articulated in the principles of the new museology and developed alongside civil rights movements drawing attention to the historic violations of Indigenous rights within these institutions. As a result, "self-determination" has entered discourses of...[Show more]
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