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  • Exhibiting Europe

    Krankenhagen, Stefan (ed). 2011. "Thematic Section: Exhibiting Europe." Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 3: 269-400.

    A thematic section including the papers given in Oslo during the conference "Exhibiting Europe. The Development of European narratives in museums, collections, and exhibitions" is now published in the peer-reviewd journal Culture Unbound.

    1. Stefan Krankenhagen | Exhibiting Europe: The Development of European Narratives in Museums, Collections, and Exhibitions
    2. Torgeir Rinke Bangstad | Routes of Industrial Heritage: On the Animation of Sedentary Objects
    3. Alexander Badenoch |Harmonized Spaces, Dissonant Objects, Inventing Europe? Mobilizing Digital Heritage
    4. Nanna Thylstrup | The Digital Dimension of European Cultural Politics: Index, Intellectual Property and Internet Governance
    5. Kerstin Poehls | Europe Blurred: Migration, Margins and the Museum
    6. Ljiljana Radonic | Croatia – Exhibiting Memory and History at the ‘Shores of Europe’
    7. Steffi de Jong | Is This Us? The Construction of European Woman/Man in the Exhibition It’s our History!
    8. Wolfram Kaiser | From Great Men to Ordinary Citizens? The Biographical Approach to Narrating European Integration in Museums

    Exhibiting Europe Krankenhagen Stefan - Essays - October 2011 Document more