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    museums and the educational turn: history, memory, inclusivity

    Andermann, Jens and Arnold-de-Simine, Silke (2012) museums and the educational turn: history, memory, inclusivity. Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 4 (2), pp. 1-7. ISSN 2041-6938.

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    Responding to feminist, postcolonial, and memorialistic critiques, museums have over the past decades radically revised their protocols of collection and display, aiming to register in their own curatorial and pedagogical practice the open and contested nature of the historical and ethnographic narratives on which their object lessons had traditionally conferred the status of hard evidence.


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