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by Mary Bouquet,Nuno Porto

Science, Magic and Religion: The Ritual Processes of Museum Magic (New Directions in Anthropology) epub ebook

Author: Mary Bouquet,Nuno Porto
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (April 1, 2006)
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 157181521X
ISBN13: 978-1571815217
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Mary Bouquet teaches Cultural Anthropology and Museum Studies at Utrecht .

Mary Bouquet teaches Cultural Anthropology and Museum Studies at Utrecht University College. Her recent publications include Academic Anthropology and the Museum, also published by Berghahn Books (2001). Nuno Porto is Lecturer at the Department of Anthropology, University of Coimbra, where he teaches museology, material culture, and the history of anthropology. Subject: Museum Studies Religion General Anthropology. I would like to recommend Science, Magic and Religion The Ritual Processes of Museum Magic for the library.

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Basic Books (HarperCollins), New York, 2001 It considers the ambiguity of the term magic and how it will be employed in relation to museum contexts throughout the issue, before specifying the broad questions this issue aims t. .

Basic Books (HarperCollins), New York, 2001. This book tackles the topic of religion, a broad subject exciting renewed interest across the social and historical sciences. The volume is tightly focused on the early farming village of Çatalhöyük, which has generated much interest both within and outside of archaeology, especially for its contributions to the understanding of early religion. It considers the ambiguity of the term magic and how it will be employed in relation to museum contexts throughout the issue, before specifying the broad questions this issue aims to address.

The idea of the museum as a ritual site is fairly new and has been applied to.The Scourge of Chief Kansabala The Ritual Life of Two Congolese Masterpieces at the Royal Museum for Central Africa 18842001.

The idea of the museum as a ritual site is fairly new and has been applied to the art museums in Europe and the United States so far. This volume expands it by exploring a range of contemporary museums in Europe and Africa. The case studies examine the different ways in which various actors involved in cultural production dramatize and ritualize such sites. Memorialising the Future The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. 29. Unwrapping Mummies and Telling their Stories Eqyptian Mummies in Museum Rhetoric.

Museum of Ethnography, Stockholm. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 13 October 2011.

New Directions in Anthropology.

Science, magic and religion : the ritual processes of museum magic. Mary Bouquet, Nuno Porto. This was a museum of technology, after all. You’re in a museum of technology, I told myself, an honest place, a little dull perhaps, but the dead here are harmless. You know what museums are, n. More).

Introduction: Science, Magic and Religion: the Ritual Processes of Museum Magic'. Anthropological theory in exhibitionary practice Special Issue ‘Anthropology, Museums, and Contemporary Cultural Practices’. Ethnos, 65 (2), (pp. 217-236) (20 . Bouquet & N. Porto (Ed., Science, Magic and Religion: the Ritual Processes of Museum Magic (pp. 1-25) (25 . New York & Oxford: Berghahn Books. Het negentiende-eeuwse openbare etnografische museum.

For some time now, museums have been recognized as important institutions of western cultural and social life. The idea of the museum as a ritual site is fairly new and has been applied to the art museums in Europe and the United States so far. This volume expands it by exploring a range of contemporary museums in Europe and Africa. The case studies examine the different ways in which various actors involved in cultural production dramatize and ritualize such sites. It turns out that not only museum specialists, but visitors themselves are engaged in complex performances and experiences that make use of museums in often unexpected ways.

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