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Replicas have the ability to communicate artistic, cultural and intellectual values outside their original context. They do this by physically establishing a canon for ordering and interpreting history. Epigraphical squeezes, as fragmentary impressions of sculpted or incised surfaces, are one...
From 2017 to 2022, ICOM worked on changing the 2007 definition of a museum to make it accord the challenges and responsibilities of the twenty-first century. To make the process transparent and participatory, ICOM invited all interested stakeholders to submit their vision of a museum. By April...
The idea of ‘national heritage’ is inseparable from the emergence of the nation-state, democracy, and citizenship. Nationalisation of heritage involved the nation stepping in on behalf of the cultural rights of citizens, and acquiring the ownership of material history from its previous domains...
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