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Criticism and debate about the display of human remains has also influenced museological practice: So far as we, museum professionals, are ready to recognise the ethical dimension underlying most museum activities and to question taken-for-granted or unintentional practices, museums may become a ground for reflexivity and respectful thinking.
Lohman, J and Goodnow, K eds. Arguments in favour of this practice include the contribution of objects to furthering our understanding of a common ancient past, and the responsibility of museums in providing the public with original works of art Cuno ; de Montebello They may range from two-dimensional illustrations to full-scale dioramas or working three-dimensional models, not to mention computer graphics umzium virtual reality.
Moreover, curators have customarily downplayed or completely ignored the — usually concealed — ethical dimensions of museum text cf.
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A Companion to Museum Studies. Human remains 1 Putting human remains on display has traditionally been seen as having considerable educational potential for the visiting public, let alone their scientific interest Alberti et al.
Moreover, exhibitions organised in consultation or collaboration with the communities represented is now a reality in many museums, especially in North America and Australia. The definition does not include hair and nails.
This is usually not understood by visitors as information presented in museums is normally perceived as muzkum and true Dean Forbes Electronic Printed Electronic.
A standard justification for exhibiting ancient human remains is that they come from cultures long dead. In most cases visitors are completely unaware of this. For the larger part of the visiting public, museums are places of truth.
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Moreover, as Wood and Cotton But, there is something more. V Electronic Printed Electronic. Museum Anthropology 33 1: Details of both programmes are available at: Clearly exhibitions of both human remains and muzum objects require acute sensitivity jirnal the part of museum curators as tensions and conflicts may easily arise.
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Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Remains of the Day. There are also other reasons for using them in displays, such as to educate medical practitioners, to explain burial practices, to bring people into physical contact with a past people, and to encourage reflection Muziumm How much room is there for alternative voices or interpretations?
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Yet, these are not the only ethical issues which exhibition developers are faced with. What Are Exhibition Ethics?
Constructing and Communicating Juzium. Clearly, these are complex issues which cannot be dealt with in detail in the confined space of this paper; a brief overview of the main points is offered below. The Ethics of Cultural Appropriation.
Code of Ethics for Museums. FRIM pass application, renewal starts 3 January A point to consider is that museum exhibitions may raise visibility and spark interest in specific categories of objects. Printed Cleo Her World.
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A further question is: Accuracy is about presenting up-to-date information, whereas honesty refers to the approach endorsed in presenting that information to the public Dean Even within the same culture ethics change as the needs and values of society, and museums, change.
This usually involves a visible statement by the exhibition curators that the content presented represents their own thoughts and beliefs, and that it is as accurate and true as current state-of-the-art knowledge of the subject allows.
A Code of Ethics for Curators.