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Ecomuseums: Working to Share a Sense of Place

Feature Article: 

Muse Magazine

A museum model to celebrate places, communities and cultures By Molly Kett

Ecomuseums are unique pieces of history and culture that can be found not only across Canada, but across the globe. An ecomuseum, in its most basic definition, expresses a sense of lace. To be more specific, these types of museums are each created specifically to share the sense of a distinct place with others; highlighting their community, the people within it and both their natural and cultural heritage. ...

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Other articles in this issue:

A museum model to celebrate places, communities and cultures By Glenn C. Sutter

Museums of Society in France Today By Céline Chanas

Ecomuseums and the representation of place By Peter Davis

What does engagement mean for museums? Communicating the Museum

 

Book Reviews:

Museum and the Historic Site Management: A Case Study Approach , by Linda Peterat

Photographs, Museums, Collections: Between Art and Information , by Jacques P. Talbot


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