Journal of Museum Ethnography - books available for review
If interested please contact Claire Warrior, Commissioning Editor for Book Reviews, for further details, guidelines for contributors and submission dates, or to suggest any other books for review in the Journal of Museum Ethnography.
Edwards, Elizabeth, Chris Gosden and Ruth B. Phillips (eds.). 2006. Sensible objects: colonialism, museums and material culture (Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series). Oxford and New York: Berg.
Henare, Amiria, Martin Holbraad and Sari Wastell (eds.). 2007. Thinking through things: theorising artefacts ethnographically. London and New York: Routledge.
Message, Kylie. 2006. New museums and the making of modern culture. Oxford and New York: Berg.
Paine, Sheila. 2006. Embroidery from Afghanistan (Fabric Folios series). London: British Museum Press.
Serrel, Beverly. 2006. Judging exhibitions: a framework for assessing excellence. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press.
Sloan, Kim. 2007. A New World: England’s first view of America. London: British Museum Press.
Weir, Shelagh. 2006. Embroidery from Palestine (Fabric Folios series). London: British Museum Press.
Claire Warrior, Curator of Exhibitions, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NF.
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