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Cristiana Bastos

plantation–race nexus, and highlight the renewed interest in plantations raised by contemporary approaches to the environment, the Anthropocene, cropscapes, and nonhuman agencies. Next, I compare different modes of instrumentalizing and displaying the memory

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Repatriation as Inspiration

Multigenerational Perspectives on American Archaeology-Museum Relationships

April M. Beisaw and Penelope H. Duus

Native Americans were seen as a dying race. For the Columbian Exposition of 1893, Putnam sought to create “a perfect ethnographical exposition of the past and present peoples of America” ( Anonymous 1890: 312 ). To counter the “progress” that had already

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“We Owe a Historical Debt to No One”

The Reappropriation of Photographic Images from a Museum Collection

Helen Mears

“Labau hka kadai hpe mung nkap” (We owe a historical debt to no one), asserts Kachin rapper Hpaujang Brang San in the track “Labau hte nga ai amyu” (A race with history), yet the video that accompanies it draws heavily on a collection of archival

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Engaging Dialogues

Reframing Africa at the Royal Ontario Museum

Silvia Forni

in cultural perspective . Cambridge University Press . Burns , John F . 1989 . “ Toronto Race Relations Shaken by Shootings .” New York Times , 19 January .

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Obligations to Objects

Tangled Histories and Changing Contexts of the Burnett River Rock Engravings

Brit Asmussen, Lester Michael Hill, Sean Ulm, and Chantal Knowles

.” Unpublished MA thesis , University of New England . McNiven , Ian J. 1994 . “Relics of a By-Gone Race”? Managing Aboriginal Sites in the Great Sandy Region . Ngulaig Monograph Series 12. Brisbane : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit

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Julia A. King

. 1997 . “ Tourism with Race in Mind: Annapolis, Maryland Examines African-American Past through Collaborative Research .” Pp. 129 – 146 in Tourism and Culture: An Applied Perspective , ed. Erve Chambers . Albany : State University of New York

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Sheila K. Hoffman, Sarita Sundar, Masaaki Morishita, Fabien Van Geert, and Sharon Ann Holt

would not have landed them in prison. Visitors cannot help but notice that, in the United States, class, race, and educational privilege shape criminal justice outcomes at least as much as the severity of crimes. Incarceration disrupts family life, which

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Lourdes Prados Torreira

). In such spaces, no individual should feel excluded on the grounds of gender, age, race, religion, social group, sexual choice, and so on. Museums, in short, are under the obligation to play a key role in education toward equality ( Izquierdo Peraile

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Art of Solidarity

Cuban Posters for African Liberation 1967–1989

David Fleming

Sierra Leone; modern slavery in India; child migrants; apartheid in South Africa; cricket and its relationships to culture, class, and politics; the race riots in Liverpool in 1981; the iniquities of the cotton industry; the oil industry in West Africa

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A “Safe Space” to Debate Colonial Legacy

The University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Campaign to Return a Looted Benin Altarpiece to Nigeria

Johanna Zetterstrom-Sharp and Chris Wingfield

response that terms such as inclusion, discussion, and debate suggested should be possible. Journalist Reni Eddo-Lodge's (2017) now widely read book, Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People about Race , is centered on these failures of comprehension