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Intersectional Entanglement and Progressive Racism in Caribbean Art
Sensorische Ethnographie des Deutschen Hygiene-Museums
Series: KörperKulturen
Die Heidelberger Sammlung Walther Schönfeld und ihr Beitrag zur Pathologisierung von Tätowierungen
Erinnern jenseits der Nation (1945-1975)
Series: Histoire, 108
Zur Vermittlung des Holocaust in deutschen Gedenkstättenausstellungen
Series: Histoire, 71
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include gender and writing, sustainability and speculative fiction as well as spatial and identity constructions in (fictional) narratives. Rachel Reckinger (Dr.) is a cultural anthropologist and a sociologist, working as scientific project coordinator at the University of Luxembourg. Her research focus includes food-related reflexivity, transitions to sustainable food practices and governmentality. Céline Schall (Dr.) holds a doctorate in communication studies (Avignon, France) and one in museology (UQAM, Canada). She is currently conducting research on

Erkenntnissen der sogenannten Repräsentationskrise steht seitdem die Formel »Museum as Con- tact Zone« (Clifford 1999) im Zentrum der Debatten. Während aber Clifford aus postkolonialer Perspektive solche Räume als Aushandlungsprozesse differenter Positionen und konflikthafter Kämpfe um Legitimität beschreibt, buchstabiert das deutsche Museumsfeld die »Kontaktzone« meist zu harmonischen Ver- mittlungs- und Bildungsprogrammen aus. Dabei wird zwar an der Forderung der »New Museology« angeknüpft, Museumsnutzer verstärkt ins Zentrum der Arbeitspraxis zu stellen, jedoch als

angered when the museum attempts something unexpected. This was exemplified by the controversy about the Drawing Room exhibit of 1999, when the museum mounted a display that drew attention to the link between the everyday consumption of sugar and slavery. The museum eventually removed and partially relocated the exhibit, and, in the words of Mark Stein, »[i]n the debate about the celebratory and critical agenda of museology at the NMM, those in favor of celebrating maritime achieve- ment seem to have gained the upper hand« (Stein 2004: 147f.). The Green- wich

value, accessible to everyone. Federica Antonucci188 museums tend to be stuck in an unmovable condition, with the recent cultural changes something has started to change, paving the way for a new creative direction to be followed in the years that lay ahead. References Antonucci, F. (2016):  La gestione delle collezioni museali: strategie, politiche e impatto, Roma: EAI. Casini, L. (2016). Ereditare il futuro. Dilemmi sul patrimonio culturale, Bologna: Il Mulino. Desvallèes, A./Mairesse, F. (2010), Key Concepts of Museology. Paris: ICOM. Donato, F

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International Anthropo- cene Working Group and Principal Investigator in the excellence cluster “Bild Wissen Gestaltung” at Humboldt-Universität. He works in the fields of the evolution and ecology of coral reefs, fluctuations in sea levels, sys- temic research into the Anthropocene, museology and new methods of Science communication. Amongst other things, he is coeditor of an inter- cultural educational comic produced within the excellence cluster entitled “Die Anthropozän-Küche. Matooke, Bienenstich und eine Prise Phos- phor – in zehn Speisen um die Welt” ([Anthropocene