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Völkerkundemuseen und ihre Wissenschaften zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts
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Ludmilla Jordanova 74 An Experiential Account - - - science - the history of knowledge - - science and society - the new cultural history cultural turn. - - cultural history - - The Practice of Cultural History in Britain 75 felt cultural history cultural history world art studies and museology, fol- - cultural history Themes in Early Modern Cultural History - cultural longue durée mentalités - cultural history. I cannot Keywords: A Vocabulary of Cul- ture and Society The Country and the City cultural history cultural history, there can Gender, - Ludmilla

und Ausstellungskonzeptionen. Darüber hin- aus gab es speziell auf diesem Feld zahreiche Weiterentwicklungen. Seit einiger Zeit formulieren beispielsweise die »Community Museology«, die »Appropriate Museology« oder »postkoloniale Museologie« Forderungen nach Teilhabe und Mitbestimung – insbesondere von indigenen Gruppen. Hinzugekommen sind je- doch neue technische Möglichkeiten, sowie das Bewusstsein um die Fragilität von bestimmten Objekten. 1996 lancierte die Europäische Kommission das »Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Multimedia-Access to the european

,” American Historical Review 107, no. 5 (2002): 1412–1440. Paolo De Simonis teaches Cultural Anthropology at the University of Florence. He has also held teaching appointments of Italian Dialectology at the University of Scutari (Albania). His research subjects, especially carried out in the Tuscany area, include popular songs and writings, autobiography and life stories, and museology and cultural heritage. Among his recent works are: “Congiuntivi futuri: Aufgabe del traduttore; narrazioni, identità e poteri tra le due sponde,” in Traduzione, tradizione: La

,” American Historical Review 107, no. 5 (2002): 1412–1440. Paolo De Simonis teaches Cultural Anthropology at the University of Florence. He has also held teaching appointments of Italian Dialectology at the University of Scutari (Albania). His research subjects, especially carried out in the Tuscany area, include popular songs and writings, autobiography and life stories, and museology and cultural heritage. Among his recent works are: “Congiuntivi futuri: Aufgabe del traduttore; narrazioni, identità e poteri tra le due sponde,” in Traduzione, tradizione: La

museology. The Library situated the protest in a series of campaigns launched in the 1960s, includ- ing those for radio and television services to be delivered in Welsh that were realized in 1977 and 1982 respectively. The demonstration is attribut- ed with more meaning in retrospect, once inserted into a timeline as the be- ginning of the Welsh Language Society’s policy of civil disobedience. It led to the 1967 Welsh Language Act, albeit weakened by the recommenda- tion rather than requirement that Welsh be accepted as valid in law. In 1963 the students located the

in the Ethnography of Zora Neale Hurston, in: Harrison/Harrison (Hg.): African-American Pioneers in Anthropology, S. 51-69 Miller, Jay: Regaining Dr. Hermann Haeberlin. Early Anthropology and Museology in Puget Sound, 1916-17. O. O.: Lushootseed Press 2007 Mischek, Udo: Leben und Werk Günter Wagners (1908-1952). Gehren: Escher 2002 Mish, Carsten/Christoph Cornelißen: Kiel, in: Julius H. Schoeps/Werner Tress (Hg.): Orte der Bücherverbrennungen in Deutschland 1933. Hildesheim: Olms 2008, S. 527-543 Modell, Judith Schachter: Ruth Benedict. Patterns of a Life