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Museums as Cultural Hubs: The Future of Tradition

An article collection for the ICOM 25th General Conference, Kyoto, Japan 2019

To coincide with the 25th General Conference of the International Council of Museums, we are pleased to offer you free access to this special collection.

Articles relate to and engage with the conference and session themes, and include several relevant pieces from many Routledge journals, including ICOM's official journal, Museum International.

All articles in this collection are free to read until 30th November 2019.

ArticleAuthorJournalYear
The Politics of History in Memorial MuseumsJulie Higashi
Museum International2019
The Destruction and Creation of a Cityscape in the Digital Age: Hiroshima Peace Memorial MuseumJulie Higashi
Museum International
2018
Digital Pathways in Community MuseumsCatherine Anne Cassidy, Adeola Fabola, Alan Miller, Karin Weil, Simón Urbina, Mario Antas & Alissandra Cummins
Museum International
2018
Policy and Impact of Public Museums in China: Exploring New Trends and ChallengesSofia Bollo & Yu Zhang
Museum International
2017
Constructing New Terminology for Intangible Cultural HeritageWim Van zanten
Museum International
2004
The English translations of relic descriptions in Chinese museums: a comparative case study of jade descriptionsTingting ZhouAsia Pacific Transation and Intercultural Studies2019
Museums and the cultural politics of displaying the nation to the worldBrenda S. A. Yeoh
Identities2017
Benefits of visiting heritage museums: Chinese parents’ perspectivesLingqiang Zhou, Haili Shen, Mao-Ying Wu, Geoffrey Wall & Xuwei Shen
International Journal of Heritage Studies
2019
A study on public space design strategies in Japanese National Museums - focusing on The National Museum of Western Art and The National Art Center in TokyoHeekeun Kim
& Youngho Yeo
Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering
2019
Between Material Sensuousness and Thingness: the Significance of the Structural Glass in Kengo Kuma’s WaterJin BaekJournal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering 2013
The Museum Education Department as Training Ground for Scholar-EducatorsMaeve MontalvoJournal of Museum Education2019
Targeting Truth: How Museums Can Collaboratively Address Social IssuesTheresa M. de los Santos, Elizabeth Smith & Mira CohenJournal of Museum Education2018
Rooted in the Past, Active for the Future: Museums and Inspiring a New Generation of CitizensBraden Paynter, Carola Zuleta, Daniel Rebolledo, Karen Bascuñán,Lebogang Marishane & Mohamed El KhamlichiJournal of Museum Education2018
Desegregating Conversations about Race and Identity in Culturally Specific MuseumsLovisa Brown, Caren Gutierrez, Janine Okmin & Susan McCullough
Journal of Museum Education
2017
Inclusion Requires FracturingSwarupa Anila
Journal of Museum Education
2017
The promotion of peace education through guides in peace museums. A case study of the Kyoto Museum for World Peace, Ritsumeikan UniversityYoshiko Tanigawa
Journal of Peace Education2015
Resident perception of dark tourism impact: the case of Beichuan County, ChinaJinwei Wang & Xianrong LuoJournal of Tourism and Cultural Change
2018
Kamikaze Museums and Contents TourismPhilip SeatonJournal of War & Cultural Studies
2019
Children’s voices: what do young children say about museums in Hong Kong?Kit Mei Wong & Barbara A. Piscitelli
Museum Management and Curatorship
2019
Toward sustainable museum education practices: confronting challenges and uncertaintiesAlmaDís Kristinsdóttir
Museum Management and Curatorship
2017
Archaeological museums and tourism in China: a case study of the Sanxingdui MuseumCeline Lai
Museum Management and Curatorship
2015
Fermentation of intangible cultural heritage: interpretation of kimchi in museumsHyojung Cho
Museum Management and Curatorship
2013
Beyond gallery walls and performance halls: five essential steps museums and other cultural institutions must take to center people, communities, and cultivate effective societal changeStephanie Johnson-Cunningham
Museums & Social Issues
2018
Museums and Crisis: The Imperative to Achieve Strategic Agility in the Current Instability. A Case Study of the Major Archaeological Museums in GreeceIoannis Poulios & Smaragda Touloupa
Public Archaeology
2018
History of Environmental Inspection of Museums When Borrowing Objects Designated as Important Cultural Properties of JapanNaoto Yoshida, Kyoko Ishii, Tomoko Kotajima, Toshitami Ro, Masahide Inuzuka, Takeshi Ishizaki, Sadatoshi Miura & Chie Sano
Studies in Conservation
2018
Conservation from conception: Commissioning an installation by Cai Guo-QiangElizabeth Wild, Amanda Pagliarino and Russell StorerStudies in Conservation2016
Sebastião Salgado: Ways of Seeing Latin AmericaJohn MrazThird Text2002

Museum International

Museum International is the International Council of Museum’s peer-reviewed journal, which is committed to fostering knowledge sharing within the international museum community. The journal favours a thematic approach, with each issue dedicated to a specific theme selected by an international editorial board. The editorial board ensures that the journal reflects contemporary issues in the museum field and the diversity of the international museum community.

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