Table of contents for Museums and their communities / Sheila Watson.

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1. Changing roles of museums over time and current challenges.
Weil, S. (2002), ?The Museum and the Public? in Weil, S. Making Museums Matter, Washington, London, Smithsonian Institution Press,195- 213. 
Halpin, M.M. (1997) ?Play it again Sam: reflections on a new museology,? Museum International, vol. 49, no. 2, 1997, 52 ? 56.
Davis, P. (1999) ?Place, exploration: museums, identity, community,? in Davis, P. Ecomusems: A Sense of Place, London, Leicester University Pressl, 24 ? 44.
Hooper-Greenhill, E. (2000),?Objects and interpretive processes,? 119 ? 123, 172, ?The rebirth of the museum?, 151 ? 162, 174 ? 175, 176 ? 190 (bibliography ? to be edited) in Museums and the Interpretation of Visual Culture, New York and London, Routledge. 
Sandell, R 2002 'Museums and the combating of social inequality: roles, responsibilities, resistance' from ed Sandell Museums Society Inequality, Routledge, 3 -23. 
Appleton, J. (2001) ?Museums for ?The People??? in Ryan, M. Institute of Ideas, Museums for ?The People?? Conversations in Print, London, Institute of Ideas, 14 ? 26.
Graburn, N. (1998) ?A quest for identity?, Museum International, vol 50, no 3, Blackwell, Oxford, 13 ? 18. 
Witcomb A. (2003) ?A place for all of us? Museums and communities? in Witcomb, A. Re-imagining the Museum, London, Routledge, 79 ? 101, 172 ? 173 (footnotes) 175 ? 185 
Simpson, M. G. (1996) ?From treasure house to museum?.and back? in Simpson M. G. Making Representations, Museums in the Post-Colonial Era, Routledge, London, 107 ? 109, 112 - 115, 118, 119 -122, 126 ? 128, 133 
2. Who owns the museum?
Macdonald, S. (1998), (ed.) ?Exhibitions of power and powers of exhibition? in Macdonald, S The Politics of Display: Museums, Science, Culture, London and New York, Routledge 1998, 1 ? 24
Luke, T. W. (2002) ?Nuclear reactions: The re-presentation of Hiroshima at the National Air and Space Museum? in Luke, T. W. (2002) Museum Politics: Power Plays at the Exhibition, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 19 ? 36.
 
Dubin, S .C. (1999) ?The postmodern exhibition? in Dubin S.C. Displays of Power, New York and London, New York University Press. 227 ? 245, 281 ? 282.
Bordage, R. (1993) ?Sachsenhausen: a flawed museum?, Museum International, 177, vol. XLV, No. 1, 26-31.
Szekeres, V. (2002) ?Representing diversity and challenging racism: The Migration Museum? ed. Sandell, R. (2002) Museums, Society, Inequality, London, Routlege, 142 ? 152
Fforde, C. (2002) ?Collection, repatriation and identity,? eds. Fforde C., Hubert J., and Turnbull P. The Dead and their Possessions: Repatriation in Principle, Policy and Practice, London, Routledge. 34- 46 
 Watkins, J., (2001) ?Yours, mine, or ours?? ed. Bray T.L. The Future of the Past, New York, Garland Pub Inc, 57 ? 68.
3. The museum as a place of identity.
MacDonald, G. F. and Alsford S. (1995) ?Canadian museums and the representation of culture in a multicultural nation,? Cultural Dynamics, 7 (1) London, Sage Publications, 15 ? 36.
Casey, D. (2001) ?Museums as agents for social and political change?, Curator, vol 44, no 3, Walnut Creek, Altamira Press, 230 ? 236.
Crooke, E. (2005) ?Museums, communities and the politics of heritage in Northern Ireland,? in eds Littler, J. and Naidoo, R. The Politics of Heritage, London, Routledge, , 237 ? 255 
Hill, R.W. (2001) ?Regenerating identity: repatriation and the Indian frame of mind,? in ed. Bray, T. L. The Future of the Past, New York, Garland Pub Inc., 127 ? 138.
Zamora, H. (2002) ?Identity and community, a look at four Latino museums?, Museum News, vol. 81, No. 3, 36 ? 41.
Marzio, P. C. (1991) ?Minorities and Fine-Arts museums in the United States,? eds. Karp, I. and Lavine. S. D. Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display, Washington and London, Smithsonian Institution Press. 121 ? 127.
 Merriman N. (1997) ?The peopling of London project?, ed. Hooper-Greenhill, E. (1997) Cultural Diversity: Developing Museum Audiences in Britain, London, Leicester University Press, 119 ? 148.
Golding, V. (2005) ?Inspiration Africa!? paper presented for ICME at Museums and Intangible Heritage ICOM 2004 general conference, Seoul, Korea, October 2 ? 8, 2004.
4. Communities remembering and forgetting
Misztal, B.A. (2003) ?Memory experience?, Misztal, B.M. Theories of Social Remembering, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 9 ? 26, 162 ? 180. 
 
Perks and Thomson eds, 'The Oral History Reader', 2006 namely Green, A 'The exhibition that speaks for itself: oral history and museums,' 416 ? 424, Routledge
Lubar, S. (1997) ?Exhibiting Memories?, eds Anderson, A. and Kaeppler, A.L. Exhibiting Dilemmas: Issues of Representation at the Smithsonian, Washington DC, London, Smithsonian Institution Press. 15- 27.
Beresford, P. (1998) ?Past tense,? Open Mind, (91) May/June 1998, 12 ? 13.
Muzaini, H. and Yeoh, B. (2005) ?Contesting ?local?, commemoration of the Second World War: the case of the Changi Chapel and Museum in Singapore,? Australian Geographer, vol 36, no 1, 1 ? 17 March 2005. 
Walsh, K. (2001) ?Collective amnesia and the mediation of painful pasts: the representation of France in the Second World War,? International Journal of Heritage Studies, vol 7, no. 1, 83 ?98.
McEachern, C. (1998) ?Mapping the memories: politics, place and identity in the District Six Museum, Cape Town,? Social Identities, vol. 4, no. 3 1998, 499 ? 521.
Duffy, T. (1997) ?The Holocaust museum concept,? Museum International, vol. 49, no 1, 54 ? 58. 
Jenkins, T. (2005) ?Victims remembered?, Museums Journal, May 2005 22 ? 23, 25.
5. Museums and communities in the twenty first century. 
Ashley, S. (2005) ?State authority and the public sphere: ideas on the changing role of the museum as a Canadian Social Institution,? Museum and Society, Mar. 2005 3 (1) 5 ? 17
van den Bosch, A. ( 2005)? Museums constructing a public culture in the Golden Age?, Third Text, issue 1, January, 2005, 81 ? 89 
Cuno, J. (1997) ?Money, power and the history of art,? Art Bulletin, vol. 79, 6- 9.
Peers, L. and Brown A. K. ( 2003) ?Introduction,? Museums and Source Communities, London, Routledge, 1- 16, 252 ? 273 
Crosby, A. (2002) ?Archaeology and vanua development in Fiji?, World Archaeology, vol. 34, no. 2, 363 ? 378.
Barnard, M. (2002) ?Kist and Tell? Museums Journal Feb 2002, 36 =-37

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Museums -- Social aspects.
Museum exhibits -- Social aspects.
Community life.
Museums -- Philosophy.
Museum visitors.
Group identity.
Memory -- Social aspects.
Historical museums -- Social aspects.
Anthropological museums and collections -- Social aspects.
Archaeological museums and collections -- Social aspects.