1 edition of Classification and arrangement of the exhibits of an anthropological museum found in the catalog.
1903 in Washington .
Written in English
In U. S. National museum. Annual report. 1901. Washington, 1903.
|LC Classifications||Q11 .U5 1901|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 253-278 :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||14019914|
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CLASSIFICATION AND ARRANGEMENT OF THE EXHIBITS OF AN ANTHRO-POLOGICAL MUSEUM.* Scope of the Anthropological Field.-The history of man, including all that he is and does and all that he has been and has done, is a wide and important subject, and is fortunately susceptible, in large part, of lucid and effective treatment in the mu-seum.
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History of Anthropology is a series of annual volumes, inaugurated ineach of which treats an important theme in the history of anthropological inquiry. Objects and Others, the third volume, focuses on a number of questions relating to the history of museums and material culture studies: the interaction of museum arrangement and anthropological theory; the tension between anthropological.
Objects and Others, the third volume, focuses on a number of questions relating to the history of museums and material culture studies: the interaction of museum arrangement and anthropological theory; the tension between anthropological research and popular education; the contribution of museum ethnography to aesthetic practice; the.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The NPS Museum Handbook, Part III, is coordinated by the Access and Use Team Classification and arrangement of the exhibits of an anthropological museum book, Museum Management Program (MMP), National Center for Cultural Resources Stewardship and Partnership Programs.
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