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Engaging Anthropological Legacies toward Cosmo-optimistic Futures?

Sharon Macdonald, Henrietta Lidchi, and Margareta von Oswald

Memory Studies Reading Group of the Culture, Media and Creative Industries (CMCI) and German Department. NOTES 1. Conference website (see http://www.easaonline.org/conferences/easa2016/theme.shtml ). 2. In more recent work, he still keeps the focus on

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Decolonization and Restitution: Moving Towards a More Holistic and Relational Approach

Report on the Panel on Ethnographic Museums and Indigenous People, ICOM Kyoto, September 2019

Michèle Rivet

Macron; it also considered the initiatives taken by Dutch museums not to wait for repatriation claims but instead to proactively open talks with former colonies; lastly, the panel discussed the German government's $2 million investment into restitution

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Sheila K. Hoffman, Conal McCarthy, and Billie Lythberg

, Aotearoa New Zealand, Germany, and the United Kingdom to consider how the future of Tongan arts can best be guided by knowledge of their past. It was anchored by Ancient Futures: Late 18th- and Early 19th- Century Tongan Arts and Their Legacies , a project

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Greagh Smith, Conal McCarthy, Bronwyn Labrum, Ken Arnold, Dominique Poulot, Jill Haley, Jun Wei, and Safua Akeli Amaama

patriot, who only brings together German paintings. But he also intended to train artists by promoting their studies by financing their copies of Italian models during their pilgrimages to the peninsula. In this, he participated in the pedagogical and

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Objects as Archives of a Disrupted Past

The Lengnangulong Sacred Stone from Vanuatu in France, Revisited

Hugo DeBlock

collecting trip in competition with the Germans, who by then had been emptying what was German New Guinea at the time at a very hasty pace. Lewis collected an astonishing fourteen thousand objects in Melanesia in total ( Lewis 1932 ; see also Welsch 1998

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Sheila K. Hoffman

), Seoul, South Korea; 1 The Pergamon Museum, Berlin, Germany; 2 The Museum of Art of São Paulo Assis (MASP), Chateaubriand, Brazil; 3 and the National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City. 4 If you have never visited or have and are looking for the

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Afterword

The Work of Culture, Heritage, and Musealized Spaces in “Unprecedented Times”

Christina Kreps

Challenges . London : Routledge . Eckersley , Susannah , and Gerard Corsane . 2014 . “ Memorialisation in Eastern Germany: Displacement, (Re)Placement and Integration of Macro-and Micro-Level Heritage .” In Displayed Heritage: Responses to

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Cristiana Bastos

. Although there were other groups that also came to the plantations—Germans, Spaniards, Norwegians, Swedes, Russians, Mexicans, and possibly some South Americans—they did not remain there in large enough numbers to be perceived as distinct social and ethnic

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Museums in the Pandemic

A Survey of Responses on the Current Crisis

Joanna Cobley, David Gaimster, Stephanie So, Ken Gorbey, Ken Arnold, Dominique Poulot, Bruno Brulon Soares, Nuala Morse, Laura Osorio Sunnucks, María de las Mercedes Martínez Milantchí, Alberto Serrano, Erica Lehrer, Shelley Ruth Butler, Nicky Levell, Anthony Shelton, Da (Linda) Kong, and Mingyuan Jiang

that “the influenza pandemic had its origins in the devilish ingenuity of the Germans … [who then gave the germ] added virulence” ( Evening Post 1918 ). While theoretically possible, this form of fake news serves to fuel public fear by creating the