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Curators, collections, and contexts

Curators, collections, and contexts

anthropology at the Field Museum, 1893-2002

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Published by Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Field Museum of Natural History. -- Dept. of Anthropology -- History,
  • Anthropological museums and collections -- Illinois -- Chicago,
  • Anthropology -- Research -- Illinois -- Chicago,
  • Anthropology -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStephen E. Nash and Gary M. Feinman, editors.
    SeriesFieldiana -- new ser., no. 36., Publication -- 1525., Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) -- 1525.
    ContributionsNash, Stephen Edward, 1964-, Feinman, Gary M., Field Museum of Natural History.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 336 p. :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17617765M
    OCLC/WorldCa53355592

    Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW Washington, DC Main telephone: TTY: Description Reporting to and collaborating with the University Archivist & Associate University Librarian, the Curator helps to coordinate the work of W. D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections at the Queen’s University Location: , QLD.


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Part I: A Context for Field Museum Anthropology; A Natural History of Man: Reflections on Anthropology, The Role of Museums in American Anthropology, Creating Field Anthropology: Why Remembering Matters, In Re: Founding of the Field Museum, The Department of Anthropology of the Field Columbian Museum, A Chronicle of Field Museum Anthropology; Part II: A Selection of Curators; Interchapter, George Amos Dorsey: A Curator Author: Gary M.

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Omar Kholeif, FRSA is a writer, curator and cultural historian who has curated more than exhibitions, special projects and commissions globally.

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Historically, curators have been responsible for researching and developing collections within institutions, and exhibitions have been drawn from that context. Contemporary curators create and contribute to public dialogues about ideas and art strategies that address the world in all its complexities.

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Taylor, University of. Jeffrey Weaver, associate curator of sculpture and decorative arts at the Getty, provides the social, religious, and artistic contexts for the creation of three series of windows in the Canterbury Cathedral: the Ancestors of Christ series, the narrative theological windows in the choir aisles, and the Becket Miracle Windows in the ambulatory.

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Orbis provides the most comprehensive search of the collections. What’s in Orbis?. All cataloged books, pamphlets, periodicals, broadsides, published materials, single manuscript volumes, and small archival collections are discoverable in addition, Orbis includes collection-level records for large archival collections.Upon the gift to the museum of the Hallmark Photographic Collection, in DecemberDavis became the Nelson-Atkins’s founding curator of photography.

Sincehe has curated some 80 exhibitions, many of which have been toured to leading museums across the United States and, internationally, from Sydney, Australia, to Lausanne, Switzerland.