Lohman, Jack and Katherine Goodknow: Human Remains and Museum Practice

Human Remains and Museum Practice is the second book in the UNESCO series Museum and Diversity – a series devoted to exploring diversity and promoting intercultural dialogue in museum practice.

Human Remains and Museum Practice

Jack Lohman and Katherine Goodknow (2006)

Price NOK 250,-

This is the second 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

The first volume is "Challenge and Transformation: Museums in Cape Town and Sydney".

Human Remains and Museum Practice explores fundamental issues of collecting and displaying human remains, including ethics, interpretation and repatriation as they apply in different parts of the world.

- In reporting on good practices in the treatment of human remains, this publication will be useful to institutions seeking to learn from others’ experience and draw upon the latest developments in contemporary interpretative practice, as remarked by Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO

Other editions in the series:

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Publisert: 11.07.2011 av admin Oppdatert: 19.03.2015 av admin