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Adandé, Alexis; and Arinze, Emmanuel; The place of Women in the Museum of Saint-Louis, "Museums & urban culture in West Africa", Published on behalf of the West African Museums Programme in association with the International African Institute James Currey.
Adandé, Alexis; and Arinze, Emmanuel; The place of Women in the Museum of Saint-Louis, "Museums & urban culture in West Africa", Published on behalf of the West African Museums Programme in association with the International African Institute James Currey (2002), pp. 145-146, ISBN 9780852552766.
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An introduction to the urban phenomenon in West Africa and the significance it has for museums
Paperback 9780852552759. An introduction to the urban phenomenon in West Africa and the significance it has for museums. Towns were a recurrent feature of African civilizations and archaeology is a key discipline for the study of urban life before the colonial period but this volume also addresses aspects of modern urban culture: funerary arts, modern sculpture, cholera awareness and the ingenuity of the urban recycling artisan. Published in association with The West African Museums Programme and the International African Institute. Keywords: West African Museums Programme, African Studies.
Claude Daniel Ardouin, Emmanuel Nnakenyi Arinze, West African Museums Programme
Claude Daniel Ardouin, Emmanuel Nnakenyi Arinze, West African Museums Programme. Part 1 Material culture and historical discourse: South Africa - collecting the material culture of apartheid and resistance, G. Dominy Guinea - common histories and heritage, M. Camara Mali -cultural heritage in Jenne, B. Hama Diaby Nigeria - museums and history in the Niger Delta, . Alagao Burkina Faso - bronze statuettes of Central Moogo, O. Nao. Part 2 Institutional issues: Nigeria - museums as a source of history, Aba, V. Ughenu Senegal - musee historique, Goree, A. Camara Burkina Fas. ONTINUE READING
Museums and Archaeology in West Africa. Claude Daniel Ardouin. Museums and archaeology in west africa.
Museums and Archaeology in West Africa. ed. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1998. Article June 2001 · The Journal of Modern African Studies.
Part 4 Communicating with the public: Mali - ceramics as testaments of the past, . Frank; Nigeria - CBAAC photographic archives, C. Chianu Chuma-Ibe; Cote d'Ivoire -material culture and its use in museum programmes, T. Ouattara; Ghana - Cape Coast Castle Museum, F. Boakye Duah; African communities and museums, T. Yaovi Tchitchi; Benin - Sao Joao Baptista de Ajuda, .
From Nothingness to Liminality and Minimality. Art History and Fetishism Abroad. Ardouin, Claude Daniel/Arinze, Emmanuel (Ed. Museums and History in West Africa. Global Shiftings in Media and Methods. Eds. Genge, Gabriele/Stercken, Angela. DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2000.
Museums and Archeology in West Africa. Coombes, Annie E. Reinventing Africa: Museums, Material Culture and Popular Imagination in Late Victorian and Edwardian England. Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution Press-James Currey, 1997. Ardouin, Claude Daniel, and Emmanuel Arinze, eds. Museums & the Community in West Africa. Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution Press-James Currey, 1995. --. Museums & History in West Africa. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994. History After Apartheid: Visual Culture and Public Memory in a Democratic South Africa.
The Journal of Modern African Studies. British Institute in Eastern Africa, Nairobi and Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 June 2001. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Modern African Studies.
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