4 edition of Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies found in the catalog.
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The essays examine the complexity of the museum from cultural, political governance, curatorial, historical, and representational perspectives, Sharon Macdonald is the author and Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester.
The essays examine the complexity of the museum from cultural, political governance, curatorial, historical, and representational perspectives, Sharon Macdonald is the author and Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester. Recognizing the multidisciplinary nature of the field, the editors gather new essays by established and emerging scholars, addressing the politics, economics, history, and cultural impact of sexuality.
Format: Hardcover Language: English Publication Year: 2006 ISBN: 9781405108393 EAN: Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies Item Height: 1. Showcases thirty contributors from five continents• Includes a comprehensive bibliography and a listing of cultural studies websites• The group of scholars Macdonald brought together reflects the current makeup of museum studies as an interdisciplinary endeavor.
Customer Reviews: The book seems to contain a lot of articles related to museum studies, and I find it informative for a newie to this field like myself. " Museums Australia --This text refers to an alternate edition. The text is rich in information and diverse in perspectives; it both introduces and complicates in an intriguing and necessary way what we 'know' about museums. Provides clear introductions to the major social and political movements underlying colonization and decolonization, accessible histories of the literature and culture, and separate regions affected by European colonization.
The group of scholars Macdonald brought together reflects the current makeup of museum studies as an interdisciplinary endeavor.
This book is for a more seasoned veteran. Toby Miller and Geoffrey Lawrence. Offers an incisive summary of the long history and theory of modern European colonization in local detail and global scale. Brings together the latest work in cultural studies andprovides a synopsis of critical trends Showcases thirty contributors from five continents Addresses the key topics in the field, the relationship ofcultural studies to other disciplines, and cultural studies aroundthe world Offers a gritty introduction for the neophyte who is keen tofind out what cultural studies is, and covers in-depth debates tosatisfy the appetite of the advanced scholar Includes a comprehensive bibliography and a listing of culturalstudies websites Now available in paperback for the course market.
- Essays are drawn from international publications, from the 1970s to the present - Includes coverage of psychology, history, literature, feminism, sexuality, identity politics, cyberspace, pop culture, queerness, hybridity, and diasporic consciousness - Features a useful introduction by the editor reviewing the selections, and outlining future possibilities for the field Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies Can be used alongside Asian American Studies After Critical Mass, edited by Kent A.
But, it indeed has it's bright moments where there is sense made of certain points in Museum Studies and the history of museums.
From the Inside Flap A Companion to Museum Studies captures a fresh, multi-disciplinary approach to the study of the development, roles, and significance of museums in contemporary society. --This text refers to an alternate edition. The Unbalanced Reciprocity Between Cultural Studies and Anthropology. Haggerty is Professor of English at the University of California, Riverside. Book Description: A Companion to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies is the first single volume survey of current discussions taking place in this rapidly developing area of study.
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