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Contested histories in public space
LCC: D16.163 .C66 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 909 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2008048029
Table Of Contents
Two peoples, one mission: biculturalism and visitor "experience" at Te Papa/"Our Place," New Zealand's new national museum / Charlotte J. Macdonald
Contesting time, place, and nation in the First Peoples' Hall of the Canadian Museum of Civilization / Ruth B. Phillips and Mark Salber Phillips
"Unfinished business": public history in a postcolonial nation / Paul Ashton and Paula Hamilton
Colonial legacies and winners' tales : exhibiting Asia in Britain : commerce, consumption, and globalization / Durba Ghosh
The Alamo : myth, public history, and the politics of inclusion / Richard R. Flores
Ellis Island redux : the imperial turn and the race of ethnicity / Daniel J. Walkowitz
A cultural conundrum? old monuments and new regimes : the Voortrekker Monument as symbol of Afrikaner power in a postapartheid South Africa / Albert Grundlingh
Narratives of power, the power of narratives : the failing foundational narrative of the Ecuadorian nation / O. Hugo Benavides
Affective distinctions : race and place in Oaxaca / Deborah Poole
Marking remembrance : nation and ecology in two riverbank monuments in Kathmandu / Anne M. Rademacher
Saving Rio's "Cradle of Samba" : outlaw uprisings, racial tourism and the progressive state in Brazil / Paul Amar
Afrocuban religion, museums, and the Cuban nation / Lisa Maya Knauer
Haunting Delgr├Ęs / Laurent Dubois.
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Walkowitz, Daniel J. Contested histories in public space
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Knauer, Lisa Maya, 1956- Contested histories in public space