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to the developments of the above-mentioned new museology, such critics have questioned the established division between art museums (as display- ing ‘art’) and ethnological museums (as displaying ‘artifacts’ taken as representatives of an ‘entire culture’) (MUTTENTHALER/WONISCH 2006: 36). Artists of color reject such “burden[s] of representation” Fig. 2: Sandals (Pair) & Usambara Violets, Amani, 20th Century, MARKK, Hamburg 2019 (Photo by Paul Schimweg/MARKK 2019). CURATORIAL PRACTICES OF THE ‘GLOBAL’ 111 (SCHMITT-LINSENHOFF 2005: 19, 22) as being on display

for posterity. Understanding the abominable intangible legacies of caste, race, ethnicity, dowry, child marriages, and discrimination is a way that we can decolonize Indian heritage and build inclusive and resilient communities. Most of the mu- seum discourse on inclusion, as elsewhere in the world, has become rhe- torical and repositioning a ‘Self and the Other’ engagement. Reinventing the colonial ‘white man’s burden of civilizing the natives,’ ‘them’ as the objects of our interpretations continues in the renaming of colonial mu- seums of ethnology as in the

interested in anthropological and ethnological issues usually go to the villages and spend time living inside the community, even sharing a fam- ily’s house, and there learn the language, ways of cooking, social and fa- miliar behaviors, handicrafts, and other local practices. For those spend- ing less time in the state, there is an extraordinary offer of ready-to-sell artisan products in the city. In recent years, some indigenous groups have established their ware- houses or shops in the capital city to sell their artisan production di- rectly without intermediaries

. Stuttgart u. a.: Fi­ scher u. a., 374­390. EINZIG, Paul (21966): Primitive Money: In Its Ethnological, Historical, and Economic As­ pects. Oxford, Braunschweig: Pergamon. FISHER, Irving. (1911): The Purchasing Power of Money. New York: Macmillan. FISKE, John (2003): Lesarten des Populären. Wien: Löcker. FLOTOW, Paschen v. (31997): Geld, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Georg Simmels ‚Philoso­ phie des Geldes‘. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp. FLOTOW, Paschen v./SCHMIDT, Johannes (2000): Die ‚Doppelrolle des Geldes‘ bei Sim­ mel. – In: Backhaus, Jürgen G./Stadermann, Hans-Joachim (Hgg

from the European Ethnology Museum Directors Group, the SWICH-net- work, WereldCulturenMuseum Nederland, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Humboldt Fo- rum Berlin, British Museum, Linden-Museum Stüttgart, Royal Pavilion and Museums Brighton and Hove, Smithsonian African Art Museum, and Musée des Civilisations Noires Dakar. 4 Specifically, members of COMRAF, Groupe de six, AfricaTube, and BAMKO/CRAN. 5 Members include the directors of Museum Dr. Guislain Gent, Red Star Line Museum Antwerpen, In Flanders Fields Museum Ieper, Kazerne Dossin Mechelen, Royal Muse- um of Central