Hanne-Lovise Skartveit and Katherine Goodnow (eds.): Changes in Museum Practice: New Media and Refugees
How can museums move beyond simply raising awareness and establish a dialogue both within and across communities and cultural boundaries? By examining the ways in which museums can involve refugees and asylum seekers Museums, New Media and Refugees explores this key question. This is the fifth book in the UNESCO series which is a collaboration with the Museum of London.
|Changes in Museum Practice: New Media and Refugees|
Skartveit, Hanne-Lovise and Katherine Goodnow (eds.) (2010):
Price NOK 300,-
How can museums move beyond simply raising awareness and establish a dialogue both within and across communities and cultural boundaries? By examining the ways in which museums can involve refugees and asylum seekers Museums, New Media and Refugees explores this key question. Leading artists, curators, and academics come together to outline different levels of participation by audiences and communities and explore a range of topics from video games to role-play and theatre; and from photography to participatory video and digital storytelling. Case studies are used throughout to highlight the various ways that different participatory approaches can be used successfully.
This is the fifth volume in the Museums and Diversity series.
The Museums and Diversity series
The "Museums and Diversity" series, published in association with the Museum of London, is devoted to exploring diversity, promoting intercultural dialogue in museum practice and supporting the educational missions of museums.
Series editors: Jack Lohman and Katherine Goodnow
Preface - Jack Lohman
Reframing Difference: Museums, Cross-cultural Communication and the Representation of Refugees - Sam Jones
Introduction: Expanding the Concept of Participation - Katherine Goodnow
SECTION I: FILM AND VIDEO
Chapter 1. Dislocations: Participatory Media with Refugees in Malta and Ireland - Anthony Haughey
Chapter 2. Envisioning the Return: Participatory Video for Voluntary Repatriation and Sustainable Reintegration - Melissa Brough and Charles Otieno-Hongo
SECTION II: ORAL HISTORY AND DATABASES
Chapter 3. Refugee Stories: The Refugee Communities History Project, Partnership and Collaboration - Annette Day, Jenny Harding and Jessica Mullen
Chapter 4. Reconciling History and Memory at the Cité Nationale de l’Histoire de l’Immigration - Saphinaz-Amal Naguib
SECTION III: GAMES AND INTERACTIVES
Chapter 5. Playing Refugees: Escape from Woomera and Asylspelet - Hanne-Lovise Skartveit
Chapter 6. Technically Speaking: Digital Representations of Refugee Experiences at Melbourne’s Immigration Museum - Moya McFadzean
Chapter 7. Bordergames: Networking, Games and Young Migrants - The Bordergames Collective
Chapter 8. A Taste of Life as a Refugee: How Serious Games Frame Refugee Issues - Joost Raessens
SECTION IV: FINAL COMMENTS ON PARTICIPATORY PRACTICE
Chapter 9. Performance in Place of War: Refugee Artists and Communities in the U.K. - Alison Jeffers
Chapter 10. Museums, New Media and Community Participation - Katherine Goodnow
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