Encountering cultural material in museum collections: An Indigenous perspective
Navigating cultural collections in museums can be a particular and challenging task. Indigenous cultural objects in museum collections all over the world are widely understood as having been removed from their Indigenous contexts and placed within new structures, given new meanings, within new hierarchies of value in systems associated with the colonial imperative. Therefore, for Indigenous Australians, the continuing consequences of such histories, ensure...[Show more]
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