This article presents a reflection on collaborative research processes developed with different indigenous peoples in Colombia.
Tag Archive for ‘Museum’
Exhibiting History: OBL Assessment Online
How do you authentically assess public history online? We designed a virtual assessment to simulate work-based learning.
Telling LGBTQ+ Public History in a Regressive Age
This article recounts the experience of two curators whose exhibit on Kansas City’s LGBTQ history was removed by the governor.
The Smithsonian’s Decision to Exhibit the ‘Enola Gay’
What harbingers of the future of public history in the US resided in the mid-1990s fight over the meaning of the Enola Gay?
The Gargantuan and the Diminutive – War at the Museum
The gargantuan and the diminutive are oft-encountered in war exhibitions, at the same time they pose a dilemma
Historia w miejscu zdarzenia – Centrum Historii Zajezdnia we Wrocławiu
The Depot (Zajezdnia) History Center is a museum but not a place whose historic significance speaks for itself.
De-colonizing Public History – at the Humboldt Forum?
How can historiography be decolonized in a German institution which is the exhibition site for Berlin’s historical ethnological collections?
A Difficult Legacy with Major Opportunities
The Benin Bronzes have given rise to what is probably the most prominent international discussion concerning looted art.