By McCarthy, Conal
Indigenous Museology examines the emergence of indigenising museologies in New Zealand, Australia, the USA and Canada. As the first international comparative study of museums and indigenous people, the book produces new knowledge about indigenous ways of knowing, doing and being ...that are emerging from the intersection of museums, heritage and public history with native ontologies and epistemologies. Whilst McCarthy acknowledges the specificities of national contexts, he also takes the time to explore the commonalities and differences between them, thus providing a unique perspective never attempted before.Read more
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Conal McCarthy has been Director of the Museum & Heritage Studies programme at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand since 2005. Professor McCarthy was previously a curator of art and lecturer in Art History at Waikato University from 2003 to 2005, and also worked at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa from 1996 to 2000.
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