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Preserving the cultural heritage of Africa : crisis or renaissance? / edited by Kenji Yoshida & John Mack
Suffolk ; Rochester, NY : James Currey ; [Pretoria] : Unisa Press, c2008
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 3rd Floor  DT13 .P74 2008    DUE 10-06-14
Subject(s) Cultural property -- Africa
Cultural property -- Protection -- Africa
Subject Africa -- Cultural policy
Africa -- Antiquities
Africa -- Civilization
Physical Description x, 214 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Museums & objects as memory-sites / John Mack -- A backyard (hi)story: doing geskiedenis among the Griqua people of South Africa / Rumi Umino -- Great Zimbabwe & the national identity of Zimbabwe / Godfrey Mahachi -- The plight of Mali's past / Téréba Togola -- On the road to cultural preservation : emerging trends in Zambia / George S. Mudenda -- The habitus of heritage: the making of an African world heritage site / Jasper Morgan Chalcraft -- Safeguarding of the African intangible culture heritage / Noriko Aikawa-Faure -- Creating heritage, manipulating tradition: art & material culture in South Africa's rainbow nation / Anitra Nettleton -- The gender of museum collections: women muralists of Ile Ife / Moyo Okediji -- Covering heritages, erasing locals: passing on history to the next generation / Yukiya Kawaguchi -- Ndebele decorative cultures & their ethnic identity / Tetsuya Kamei -- Ethnographic exhibitions today / Kenji Yoshida -- Exhibiting episteme: African art exhibitions as objects of knowledge / Mary Nooter Roberts -- Ethnological museums & the (un)making of history / Shoichiro Takezawa -- Traditions, trade & traditions in East Africa: a collaborative exhibition project between the National Museums of Kenya & the British Museum / Kiprop Lagat
Alternate Author Yoshida, Kenji, 1955 Aug. 1-
Mack, John, 1949-

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