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Publication Date: 2005
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New Museum Theory and Practice is an original collection of essays with a unique focus: the contested politics and ideologies of museum practice. This lively introduction, comprised of essays authored by curators, archivists, scholars, teachers, and conservators from around the world - including the Tate, the Smithsonian, and the Experience Music Project - and from all levels of museum studies, examines the incendiary issues currently raging in the field. Complete with editorial introductions, questions for students, and a comprehensive bibliography, the volume surveys the concerns of the museum in language accessible to undergraduate and graduate students of art history, studio art, and museum studies.New Museum Theory and Practice: An Introduction, 1 was published 2005 under ISBN 9781405105590 and ISBN 1405105593.
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