By Wolfram Kaiser,Stefan Krankenhagen,Kerstin Poehls
Museums of historical past and modern tradition face many demanding situations within the glossy age. One is how you can react to methods of Europeanization and globalization, which require extra cross-border cooperation and other ways of telling tales for viewers. This booklet investigates how museums show Europe. according to examine in approximately a hundred museums around the Continent and interviews with cultural coverage makers and museum curators, it stories the becoming transnational actions of country associations, societal enterprises, and other people within the museum box equivalent to makes an attempt to Europeanize assortment coverage and collections in addition to assorted techniques for making narratives extra transnational like telling tales of eu integration as shared historical past and discussing either inward and outward migration as a standard event and problem. The publication therefore presents attention-grabbing insights right into a fast-changing museum panorama in Europe with wider implications for cultural coverage and museums in different global regions.
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