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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Museum Studies (MSTD)
MSTD
6702
Museums and the Public: Exhibiting Culture
Museums and the Public
Fall 2016
3
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Field Work (Internship)
Lecture
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ANTH 6202 - Museums and the Public: Exhibiting Culture

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Dan Rogers
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ANTH 6202 - Museums and the Public: Exhibiting Culture
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An introduction to the wide range of problems, possibilities, and choices that are part of the cultural landscape of how museums interact with their audiences through public programs.
-Develop a solid understanding of the records associated with museum collections; -Understand ethical issues of authenticity, cultural equity and the public trust as they affect museum scholarship and exhibition; -Lay a foundation for critical thinking in the planning and evaluation of museum exhibitions and programs.2 -Create strategies and programming content that incorporates ideas supporting community engagement and audience diversity.
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CCAS - GCR:Social & Behavioral

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