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Une critique postcoloniale en acte
Les musées d’ethnographie contemporains
sous le prisme des études postcoloniales
Collection Royal Museum for Centra Africa
This book of Anna Seiderer* has been published in the framework of the European project Ethnography Museums and World Cultures - RIME by the Royal Museum for Centra Africa, Tervuren, Belgium, 2014.
Une critique postcoloniale en acte (A postcolonial criticism in action) questiones the impact of a postcolonial criticism on institutional practices of ethnographic museums.
Among other things, Seiderer Anna makes a comeback on the exhibition Fetish Modernity of which she was co-curator with Anne-Marie Bouttiaux, exposition to which Jean-François Boclé participated.
Editions Royal Museum for Centra Africa, collection Documents des Sciences humaines et sociales, 216 pages, color illustrations.
*Anna Seiderer is Doctor in philosophy, research assistant at the Royal Museum for Central Africa, research associate at Créart-Phi in Nanterre and at Anthropological Laboratory of Contemporary Worlds (Laboratoire Anthropologique des Mondes Contemporains - LAMC) in Brussels.
>Download the book in PDF
>Work of Jean-François Boclé
Fetish Modernity has run between 2011 to 2014 in 5 National Ethnography Museums and World Cultures of the framework RIME:
>Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren, Belgium
>National Museum of Cultures, Praha
>World Museum, Vienna
>National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden, Netherlands
>National Museum of World Culture, Stockholm
> Framework of the project Ethnography Museums and World Cultures - RIME
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