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  1. MODULE READER and other IMPORTANT WORKS 7 items
    I prepared a volume to support my teaching in the first part of this module. I also include here books which challenge the orthodox views or which I consider significant examples of the cultural study of art and its institutions.
    1. National galleries: the art of making nations - Simon J. Knell 2016

      Book Recommended for Purchase Simon: I wrote this book to underpin my teaching in this module. National galleries - or national museums of fine art - are to be found globally. They play a central role in the development of art histories and art culture. They also represent the changing ideals of the art museum. While some are rather stuffy and conservative, many are not. This book takes a very egalitarian view of art and challenges the perspectives of Western art history. It redefines what these institutions are, its shows how they create important artists and artworks, it offers a new global history of their invention, it talks about architecture and curating, and explains how different countries around the world have constructed national art and artists.

    2. The contemporary museum: shaping museums for the global now 2018

      Book Essential You will find my essay on situated modernisms here but I have also put a draft of that essay on the WordPress site. This book responds to the 'global contemporary', to a globally connected world preoccupied with the present.

    3. The art of art history: a critical anthology - Donald Preziosi 1998

      Book Essential This is an excellent critical reading or deconstruction of art history. Preziosi places the art museum centrally in his analysis. Deep, sophisticated, eloquent and radical, it challenges the thinking that has shaped both old and new art histories. His final essay, 'The art of art history', is a tour de force in critical museology, in which he argues that it is time for art history to forget what it has done and begin again.

    4. Painting culture: the making of an aboriginal high art - Fred R. Myers 2002

      Book Essential I will also list this under Australia (below). It is a fantastic cultural study of the emergence of Australian Aboriginal painting - fantastic paintings that as objects of national high art have incredible political and cultural complexity.

    5. Modern art in Africa, Asia and Latin America: an introduction to global modernisms - Elaine O'Brien 2013

      Book Essential Many of the galleries I will explore deal in the unquestioned art orthodoxies that we see in Western Europe and US. I have put these books here because many students will not know these entrenched narratives. Those who studied art history in the West will, however, know them only too well! This course challenges this Western dominance and in various ways we shall ask you to reflect on the exclusion of women, race, minorities and most nations from these Western narratives. O'Brien and her collaborators do this. They write about this other world and they reveal how this other world feels about the assumptions of the West. Museums play an important role in re-narrating art history. Old institutions in the West are beginning to rethink the geography of art, just as political institutions elsewhere in the world are having the rethink the museum as a site of propaganda and embrace other viewpoints. This book is a collection readings.

    6. Art, design, and architecture in Central Europe, 1890-1920 - Elizabeth Clegg c2006

      Book Essential I include this book as an example of how we can move beyond narrow histories of art objects and look at and value more extensively the whole culture of artistic production in order to understand art. This book examines art in a great empire in Central Europe and the various ethnic groups and nations that compose it. It is a remarkable achievement.

    7. Museums in the material world - Simon J. Knell 2007

      Book Essential This book includes numerous chapters on art though it does not restrict itself to art. You can also access an electronic copy of this book via the Library. I edited these papers to give a sense of how museums have changed but also how they shape the world around them. There are a number of useful texts here for thinking about art objects and museums - such things as authenticity, power, truth - which are important if we think about the art museum's place in the art world. But you will also find some useful art-specific papers: Chapter 6, David Carrier considers the connoisseur; Chapter 8, Steve Weil worries about art museums after genius is denied; Chapter 9, Donald Preziosi grabs the art museum by the throat; Chapter 14 captures Pierre Bourdieu's consideration of aesthetics; Chapter 15, Derrick Chong considers the art market; Chapter 16, Jonathan Vickery looks at aesthetic value and chapter 23 Alan Trachtenberg looks at a controversial revisionist art exhibition. There is a great deal more in this book that can help you think differently about museums from Japanese cuteness to loss and decay. My introductory essay gives an overview.

  2. 1 THE AGENCY OF THE GALLERY 47 items
    1. Art museums and canonical, peripheral and boundary crossing art histories 8 items
      1. National galleries: the art of making nations - Simon J. Knell 2016

        Book Recommended for Purchase Key Reading for this session: In addition to the notes I have put online, please read Chapter 3 on art museums and international art, also pp. 31-3 on Scandinavian art, pp. 210-4 on Aboriginal art and pp. 205-10 on Latino art.

      2. The contemporary museum: shaping museums for the global now 2018

        Book Essential See chapter 1: Knell, 'Modernisms: curating art's past in the global present'

      3. Keeping an eye open : essays on art - Julian Barnes 2015

        Book Essential These art essays by francophile British novelist often reveal an incisive eye but also the passions and biases of any gallery goer. Barnes is often talking about artworks and artists but it is clear these are received in the special circumstances of the gallery space.

      4. Nineteenth century art: a critical history - Stephen Eisenman 2002

        Book Essential If you read Julian Barnes on Gustave Courbet, you get a sense of the artist Barnes takes into the gallery to engage with the work. For Barnes Courbet is a flawed human actor. Eisenman's narrative on Courbet in this standard art historical text is fundamentally different: it projects (or theorises, or proposes) into the paintings huge social and art historical significance. Both show the constructive performances supported by the gallery.

      5. Napoleon and history painting: Antoine-Jean Gros's La bataille d'Eylau - Christopher Prendergast, Antoine-Jean Gros 1997

        Book Background Here is a further text to find yet another reading of those paintings in the Louvre discussed by Barnes and Eisenman. Prendergast is a literary specialist and is quite appalled by the nationalism present in the Louvre's displays. The meanings of paintings and other artworks are constructed. We see no single performance. We each come with intentions, tastes, experiences, competencies and open or closed minds.

      6. Modern art, 1851-1929: capitalism and representation - Richard R. Brettell 1999

        Book Background A more recent and questioning reflection on how to think about the phenomenon of Modern Art.

      7. The story of art - E. H. Gombrich 1995

        Book Background Simon: This book has been hugely influential since it was first published in 1950. It influenced the display of art by suggesting that it art could be best understood through a narrative of development. The Louvre, for example, adopted this approach for a time. Gombrich is intelligent and perceptive, and has the manner of a wise old professor or grandfather. He has written many books and while he has become part of an orthodoxy to be questioned he demonstrates in these other books that he has been only too ready to question what art historians do and believe. In this book, however, he gives the reader something to believe and it is this that then becomes lodged in the mind and taken into the gallery. Gombrich knew this. He understood that we looked at the artwork and injected our own sense of meaning and value; that these things are not inherent in the work itself.

      8. A concise history of modern painting - Herbert Read 1974

        Book Background Simon: The rather perverse British art critic Herbert Read died in 1968. This, his most famous book on art, was published in 1959 and proved hugely influential for those who studied art history in the 1960s and 1970s. Tate's Nicholas Serota, for example, was influenced by it. The book is still published today. It describes an orthodoxy that we will look at in the classroom. It is based on the modernist narrative developed in, and still visible at, MoMA in New York. Like Gombrich's book it indoctrinates us with a developmental logic.

    2. National galleries 4 items
      1. National galleries: the art of making nations - Simon J. Knell 2016

        Book Recommended for Purchase Key readings: Chapters 1, 4 and 5.

      2. The National Gallery of Canada: Ideas Art Architecture - D. Ord 20030101 (electronic resource)

        Book Background So as to keep this list short, I have not included many institutional biographies. Most major galleries possess histories of some kind and those from North America are often accounts of political minutiae, catastrophes and heroism.

      3. Capital Culture : J. Carter Brown, the National Gallery of Art, and the Reinvention of the Museum Experience - Neil Harris 20131001 (electronic resource)

        Book Background A highly readable account of the life of the highly conservative National Gallery of Art in Washington during a period of change.

      4. Vision and accident: the story of the Victoria and Albert Museum - Anthony Burton, Victoria and Albert Museum 1999

        Book Essential The V&A is a different type of national art museum. It is concerned with decorative art, design and taste. The V&A (or South Kensington Museum as it was then known) became a paradigm for decorative art museums across Europe and beyond. As far as Russia you can find echoes of this museum, often built in exactly the same architectural style. It shows British vision but also idiosyncrasy. The museum is certainly worth a visit if you are in London. But just to be clear, because it does not deal with fine art it cannot - I would argue - be considered a national gallery.

    3. Art museums: architecture and art curating 15 items
      1. National galleries: the art of making nations - Simon J. Knell 2016

        Book Recommended for Purchase Key readings: architecture and curating pictures in these galleries is discussed in chapters 6 and 7.

      2. Spaces of experience: art gallery interiors from 1800 to 2000 - Charlotte Klonk 2009

        Book Essential This unique investigation of the layout of the galleries is based on a survey of about three major Western institutions. It makes assumptions that these examples can speak for exhibition making globally, which of course the cannot.

      3. Experience or interpretation: the dilemma of museums of modern art - Nicholas Serota 1996

        Book Essential The Director of Tate ponders how the new Tate Modern can do things differently.

      4. The first modern museums of art: the birth of an institution in 18th- and early-19th-century Europe 2012

        Book Essential Simon: This is an edited collection of eighteenth and early nineteenth century histories of art museums. It is important to read books like this critically. Historians can be advocates for this subject museums and thus give them attributes and achievements that can be contested.

      5. Display and art history: the Dusseldorf gallery and its catalogue - Thomas W. Gaehtgens, Louis Marchesano, Getty Research Institute 2011

        Book Essential An early purpose-built German gallery

      6. People's galleries : art museums and exhibitions in Britain, 1800-1914. Giles Waterfield - Giles Waterfield 2015

        Book Essential A rich, if rather traditional, study of the origins of provincial gallery culture in Britain. There are many other studies, some looking at the sciences, which reveal the importance of these kinds of institution in social mobility and politics. Giles does not consider these perspectives.

      7. Museums in the German art world from the end of the old regime to the rise of modernism - James J. Sheehan 2000

        Book Essential A useful overview of the development of art museums in a part of the world that shaped their symbolic and functional form.

      8. The formation of national collections of art and archaeology - Gwendoline Wright, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (Washington) 1996

        Book Essential Definitive and very interesting histories of galleries in Berlin, plus histories of many other major museums. Note this is a large format book and not shelved with the other museum studies books.

      9. The art museum from Boullee to Bilbao - Andrew McClellan 2008

        Book Essential An introductory book looking at many everyday and historical aspects of the art museum.

      10. The museums of contemporary art: notion and development - Jesús Pedro Lorente, Jesús Pedro Lorente 2011

        Book Essential More expansive than the title suggests, the book goes back to the origins of collections. There are some problems with the English translation, however.

      11. The museum age - Germain Bazin 1967

        Book Background In many respects this book is antiquated! It is a classic text from the 1960s written by a curator of the Louvre. A lot of what Bazin says is biased or inaccurate but yet there is a great deal here that gives a sense of how curating was approached in the past. I would not suggest you treat this as a model history but rather as a wonderful artefact of a previous era of museum making. Bazin was certainly an influential museologist in his day.

      12. Museums and modernity: art galleries and the making of modern culture - Nick Prior 2002

        Book Essential Rather British focused but including wider discussion of the formation of art museums and the process of modernisation.

      13. Kunsthistorisches Museum: history, architecture, decoration - Cäcilia Bischoff, Elisabeth Hermann 2010

        Book Essential A detailed description of the architecture of one of the world's great galleries. It exemplifies a model first established in Munich and which became the paradigm for the picture gallery.

      14. Tate Modern: building a museum for the 21st century 2016

        Book  On the expanded Tate Modern.

    4. National stories of art 8 items
      1. National galleries: the art of making nations - Simon J. Knell 2016

        Book Recommended for Purchase Key readings: Chapters 2, 8 and 9.

      2. Central Asia in art: from Soviet orientalism to the new republics - Aliya Abykayeva-Tiesenhausen 2016

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      3. A history of art in 20th-century China - Peng Lü 2010

        Book Essential National stories of art end up in books like this enormous volume but many begin life in Exhibitions.

      4. Australia 5 items
        As one example, lets look at how museums and exhibitions have shaped Australian art history. I have looked a numerous countries and how exhibitions have been used to develop the national story of art. I am currently looking at Mongolia. You might like to look at a country unfamiliar to you.
        1. Australia - Kathleen Soriano 2013

          Book  This is a good place to start: a major exhibition of Australian art in London. It receives mixed reviews. I discuss this exhibition in my book pp.48-52. McCaughey also discusses it and worries about why Australian art is misunderstood.

        2. Strange country: why Australian painting matters - Patrick McCaughey 2014

          Book Essential Former director of the National Gallery of Victoria, actually a state rather than a national gallery, in Australia, makes a case for Australian art.

        3. Australian painting, 1788-2000 - Bernard Smith, Terry Smith, Christopher Heathcote 2001

          Book Essential The definitive history of Australian painting, repeatedly revised.

        4. Painting culture: the making of an aboriginal high art - Fred R. Myers 2002

          Book Essential A brilliant anthropological study of the emergence of modern Aboriginal painting. A fantastic book - well worth a read.

        5. Becoming art: exploring cross-cultural categories - Howard Morphy 2007

          Book  Read Myers in preference to this book. This book, however, discusses the problematic boundary between the anthropological and the art object.

    5. Art exhibitions 12 items
      1. The avant-garde in exhibition: new art in the 20th century - Bruce Altshuler 1998

        Book Essential The first of three books looking at game changing exhibitions.

      2. Salon to Biennial - exhibitions that made art history: Vol.1: 1863-1959 - Bruce Altshuler 2008

        Book Essential The second of these books.

      3. Biennials and beyond: exhibitions that made art history, 1962-2002 2013

        Book Essential The third of these books

      4. Show time: the 50 most influential exhibitions of contemporary art - Jens Hoffmann 2014

        Book Essential

      5. Thinking about exhibitions - Reesa Greenberg, Bruce W. Ferguson, Sandy Nairne 1996

        Book Essential A rich assortment of essays on art exhibitions, but now 20 years old.

      6. Art for the nation: exhibitions and the London public, 1747-2001 - Brandon Taylor, Barber Institute of Fine Arts 1999

        Book Essential This is a rare longitudinal study of the reception of in a single location. It also discusses the formation of a national canon and the reception of major changes of direction in art. It is a well researched and informative book but often overlooked.

      7. Museum skepticism: a history of the display of art in public galleries - David Carrier 2006

        Book Essential A discursive philosophical consideration of the public encounter with art

      8. Interpreting art in museums and galleries - Christopher Whitehead 2012

        Book Essential A detailed examination of museum interpretation practices.

      9. The ephemeral museum: old master paintings and the rise of the art exhibition - Francis Haskell 2000

        Book Essential When did art museums begin to tour artworks? When did the art blockbuster begin? These and other questions are answered in this book.

      10. What makes a great exhibition? - Paula Marincola, Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative 2006

        Book Essential

      11. The Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition of 1857: entrepreneurs, connoisseurs and the public - Elizabeth A. Pergam 2011

        Book Background A detailed case study of an influential exhibition.

      12. Art and artifact: the museum as medium - James Putnam 2009

        Book Essential Less about exhibitions as such and more about how artists have used the museum as a medium. The end result is an artwork.

  3. 2 ART CULTURE 36 items
    1. Curation, curating, curationism 9 items
      Isobel and Stacy will talk extensively about curating. In this unit, we are interested in what it is today and whether it is different from what went before.
      1. Curationism: how curating took over the art world and everything else - David Balzer 2014

        Book Essential Of all the books listed here, this short populist text shapes the debate. The author wonders at a world that has begun to 'curate' everything.

      2. Commissioning contemporary art: a handbook for curators and artists - Louisa Buck, Vivien Lovell, Daniel McClean 2012

        Book Essential

      3. On curating: interviews with ten international curators - Carolee Thea, Thomas Micchelli 2009

        Book Essential

      4. A brief history of curating - Hans Ulrich Obrist 2008

        Book Essential

      5. Ways of Curating - Hans Ulrich Obrist 2015

        Book Essential

      6. Thinking contemporary curating - Terry Smith 2012

        Book Essential

      7. The culture of curating and the curating of culture(s) - Paul O'Neill 2012

        Book Essential

    2. Theorising the art world 6 items
      1. The Artworld - Arthur Danto 1964

        Article Essential Art world: This is where the term and a concept of the 'artworld' is first put forward. This is the institutional theory of art which has been much debated since.

      2. The transfiguration of the commonplace: a philosophy of art - Arthur C. Danto c1981

        Book Essential Danto's later elaboration.

      3. Danto and his critics - Mark Rollins 2012

        Book Essential Later reflections on the debate that followed Danto's paper and subsequent publications.

      4. Defining Art - George Dickie 1969

        Article Essential Art world: This is another key paper in the debate about what 'art' is. A huge literature subsequently developed which you may have read in your earlier studies. Our interest in this part of the course is in the social construction of art whether by institutions, experts or a wider world of participants.

      5. Art and the aesthetic: an institutional analysis - George Dickie 1974

        Book Essential Dickie elaborates.

      6. Art worlds - Howard Saul Becker 2008

        Book Essential One of the key works on the art world concept.

    3. Art world and art market actors 13 items
      1. The art market, collectors and art museums in Taiwan since 1949 - Suliang Tseng 2003

        Book Essential This was a study of the art world and art market in Taiwan undertaken a number of years ago in the School by (now Professor) Suliang Tseng , which reveals a rich cast of actors in a period before the opening up of mainland China. We will look in more detail at the art world in another session and in a separate reading list.

      2. Dealers, critics, and collectors of modern painting: aspects of the Parisian art market between 1910 and 1930 - Malcolm Gee 1981

        Book Essential Another thesis but this time discussing the movements of emergent modern painting in Paris. It shows how the art world and market shape the reception of new art and artists.

      3. Different worlds: a sociological study of taste, choice and success in art - Liah Greenfeld 1989

        Book Essential An interesting study of the 1980s art world in Israel comparing the fortunes of edgy and conservative art groups in the market. Greenfeld looks for the gatekeeper but fails to find him/her/it.

      4. Can strategy or internationalization theories be applied to pictorial art markets - Annukka Jyrämä 1993

        Book Essential The art market is of great interest to economists and governments. There is a considerable literature devoted to understanding how the art market can be developed and exploited.

      5. Taste Buds: how to cultivate the art market | Arts Council

        Webpage Essential An example of a government agency concerned with the arts realising that an interest in the economics of the market might facilitate the development of their cultural goals.

      6. Mapping markets for paintings in Europe 1450-1750 - Neil De Marchi, Hans J. van Miegroet 2006

        Book Essential Like exhibitions, markets have become an important area in which to seek new understandings of the relative success of artists.

      7. Prestige, profit, and pleasure: the market for modern art in New York in the 1940s and 1950s - A. Deirdre Robson 1995

        Book Essential Another time, another place but similar questions.

      8. From Manet to Manhattan: the rise of the modern art market - Peter Watson 1992

        Book Essential Again, a similar kind of study.

      9. Auctions: the social construction of value - Charles W. Smith 1989

        Book Essential Another important area of research is to examine particular kinds of actor. Here the auction house, an organisation often associated with underhand practices.

      10. Leicester Research Archive: Commercial Galleries in Copenhagen, London and Reykjavik: a comparative study of the formations, contexts and interactions of galleries founded between 1985 and 2002

        Webpage Background This study looks at gallerists - commercial gallery owners. It is useful for understanding the kinds of research being undertaking by students in the School. Magnus Gestsson found some particularly interesting data regarding the outlook and ambitions of those running commercial galleries, particularly in London and Copenhagen.

      11. International art galleries: post-war to post-millennium : a narrative chronology of the dealers, artists and spaces that have defined modern art - Uta Grosenick, Raimar Stange 2005

        Book Essential We are interested in all the institutional settings where art is collected and/or displayed. This book gives a panoramic view and short histories of a number of commercial galleries and dealerships.

      12. Owning art: the contemporary art collector's handbook - Louisa Buck, Judith Greer 2006

        Book Essential Here the subject is collectors. Rather than being a book analysing these people (there are plenty of such books) this is a handbook for them to use. There is an economic literature on the art market which treats art as a commodity and which produces economic formulae and projections. We won't concern ourselves with this. There are several books that deal with art as an investment.

    4. The art-nation, communities of practice, interpretive communities, social theory 5 items
      Here are some examples of topics discussed. The literature is huge and diverse, and much of it can be applied to art culture.
      1. Distinction: a social critique of the judgement of taste - Pierre Bourdieu, Richard Nice 2010

        Book Essential This is Bourdieu's most read work. Here he demonstrates that taste is constructed and mobilised politically. His descriptions of the distanced and popular aesthetics are particularly useful and explain the different, and sometimes problematic, public encounters with art. This book has had a huge impact on Museum Studies and is still shaping how we think about the development of culture and its audiences. The eBook of this title is single user only. There are 21 copies of the print book in the library at 305.50944 BOU (Floor 1, Orange zone) originally published in 1984 and republished in 2010.

      2. The field of cultural production: essays on art and literature - Pierre Bourdieu, Randal Johnson 1993

        Book Essential Bourdieu's work has been central to the re-evaluation of the arts in society. It is not always an easy read, perhaps because of the translation, but the ideas are strong and transferrable. Best to breeze through rather than puzzle over the meaning of individual sentences. This book looks at the social production, circulation and consumption of art.

      3. Outline of a theory of practice - Pierre Bourdieu, Richard Nice 1977

        Book Essential Bourdieu's theory of how we move within social groups exploiting various forms of capital is useful for understanding gallery culture. This is another book where the translator has preserved impossibly long sentences composed of countless subphrases. It is best to breeze through the text to get the main elements and ideas, or locate another book that gives an outline of Bourdieu's outline!

      4. Cultivating communities of practice: a guide to managing knowledge - Etienne Wenger, Richard A. McDermott, William Snyder 2002

        Book Essential In a previous book, Wenger introduced the idea of communities of practice: that is, communities who share an tacit knowledge of a field or subject even if they don't work with each other. Gallery curators, for example, all possess similar knowledge as a result of the objects and tasks with which they are engaged. Wenger subsequently discovered that Bourdieu's theories of practice and Stanley Fish's Interpretive Communities offered similar arguments regarding the sociology of knowledge.

      5. Is there a text in this class?: the authority of interpretive communities - Stanley Eugene Fish 1980

        Book Essential Fish's ideas were used by the School's Eilean Hooper-Greenhill in her studies of audience engagement in museums. We might also find them useful to understanding how art curators acquire a shared outlook and values.

    5. The global contemporary 3 items
      1. Contemporary art: world currents - Terry Smith 2011

        Book Essential Simon: You may think you know contemporary art but because this course is so international you might begin to ask what is contemporary art like in other parts of the world. This book gives an overview. Of course, it is quite impossible to typify practices the world over in a book and Terry Smith has not visited all these countries. Nevertheless, it will help you understand the ubiquity of contemporary art practice.

      2. The Global Contemporary and the Rise of New Art Worlds | The MIT Press - Hans Belting, Andrea Buddensieg and Peter Weibel

        Webpage Essential

      3. What is contemporary art? - Terry Smith 2009

        Book Essential

  4. 3 THE CONTEMPORARY 11 items
    1. The Anti-museum: an anthology - Mathieu Copeland 2017

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    2. What was contemporary art? - Richard Meyer 2013

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    3. What is contemporary art? - Terry Smith 2009

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    4. Anywhere or not at all: philosophy of contemporary art - Peter Osborne 2013

      Book Essential

    5. The biennial reader - Elena Filipovic, Marieke Van Hal, Solveig Øvstebø, Bergen Biennial Conference 2010

      Book Essential

    6. The big archive: art from bureaucracy - Sven Spieker 2008

      Book Recommended for Purchase

  5. 4 MUSEUMS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD 0 items
  6. Ethics and the Art Museum 25 items
    1. Contesting knowledge: museums and indigenous perspectives - Susan Sleeper-Smith 2009

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    2. International law, museums and the return of cultural objects - Ana Filipa Vrdoljak 2006

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    3. The Long Way Home: The Meaning and Values of Repatriation - Paul Turnbull, Michael Pickering 2010 (electronic resource)

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    4. Who owns objects?: the ethics and politics of collecting cultural artefacts - Eleanor Robson, Luke Treadwell, Chris Gosden 2006

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    5. The Social Work of Museums - Lois H. Silverman 2009 (electronic resource)

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    6. Ethics 2015

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    7. Ethics and the visual arts - Elaine A. King, Gail Levin 2006

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    8. Museums and difference - Daniel J. Sherman, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee. Center for 21st Century Studies 2008

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    9. Museum practice 2015

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    10. New Museum Theory and Practice: An Introduction - Janet Marstine 2008 (electronic resource)

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    11. New directions in museum ethics - Janet Marstine, Alexander A. Bauer, Chelsea Haines 2013

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    12. Post Critical Museology: Theory and Practice in the Art Museum - Andrew Dewdney, David Dibosa, Victoria Walsh 2013 (electronic resource)

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    13. Curating human remains: caring for the dead in the United Kingdom - Giesen, Myra J., University of Newcastle upon Tyne 2013

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    14. Routledge Companion to Museum Ethics - Janet C. Marstine 2012 (electronic resource)

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    15. Art and ethical criticism - Hagberg, Garry 2010

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    16. Museums and the disposals debate - Peter Davies 2011

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    17. The Art of Relevance - Nina Simon 2016

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    18. The ethics of cultural heritage 2016

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