Great Narratives of the Past Traditions and Revisions in National Museums

Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings 78 (2012)

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Publicerad: 2012-10-30


ISSN: 1650-3686 (tryckt), 1650-3740 (online)

Antal sidor: 635


1 Preface: Uses of the Past - Historical Narratives and the Museum

2 Introduction

3 Alternative Paradigms for the Historical Museum: Lenoir’s Monuments Français and Du Sommerard’s Cluny

4 Nordiska museet and Skansen: Displays of Floating Nationalities

5 The National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography “Luigi Pigorini” in Rome: the Nation on Display

6 Uses and Exploitation of History: Official History; Propaganda and Mythmaking in Bulgarian Museums

7 Intimating History: (re)-furnishing Versailles for Louis-Philippe’s Musée d’Histoire de France (1834-1837)

8 National Museums as Memorial Places The Goethehaus Weimar and the Foundation of National Museums in 19th Century Germany

9 The New Acropolis Museum and the Dynamics of National Museum Development in Greece

10 Great Narratives or Isolated Statements? History in the Dutch National Museums (1800-1887)

11 A Nationalist Palimpsest: Authoring the History of the Greek Nation Through Alternative Museum Narratives

12 From Royal to National: The Changing Face of the National Museum of Scotland

13 Freedom Loving Northerners: Norwegian Independence As Narrated in Three National Museums

14 The Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg: The Cultural Memory of a Nation without National Borders

15 The Museum of National Antiquities in Sweden and its national agenda: an overview of the 1900-1970 period

16 Narrating the “New” History: Museums in the Construction of the Turkish Republic

17 The City of the Colonial Museum: The Forgotten Case of the Mostra d’Oltremare of Naples

18 Museology and ethnography in Italy: an historical perspective

19 Rediscovering the Americas: the making of Latin American archaeological collections in Spanish national museums

20 Tradition and Ethnographic Display: Defining the National Specificity at the National Art Museum in Romania (1906-1937)

21 Ethnoscripts and nationographies: imagining nations within ethnographic museums in East Central and Southern Europé

22 Local religious art exhibitions; between heritage and evangelization: the case of Las Edades del Hombre

23 Representation and Regionalism: Moderna Museet and the Construction of a Narrative of Swedish Women Artists

24 Universal Culture and National Identity: The configuration of national museums in nineteenth-century Hungary

25 Inverting the Nation at the British Museum

26 A National Historical Narrative in Universal Context - The Historical Mural Cycle of the Hungarian National Museum

27 Musealizing Napoleon (1837-2011): From Traditional Representations to a Dualistic European Master Narrative

28 Historical Narratives of the Nation and the Internationalization of Museums: Exhibiting National Art Histories in the Jeu de Paume Museum between the Wars

29 Maritime master narratives in European national museums

30 Narrating a (New) Nation? Temporary exhibitions at the Museum of National Antiquities in Stockholm; Sweden between 1990 and 2009

31 Greek Modernism: A National Scenario. Experiences and Ideological Trajectories

32 Four narrative perspectives on Swiss history at the Swiss National Museum

33 Museums and History in Contemporary France

34 Museums and the Origins of Nations

35 Master Narratives of Contemporary History in Eastern European National Museums

36 One Common Event; Two Distinct Narratives: Commemorative Displays in National Museums in Ireland and Northern Ireland in the 1990s

37 Conventional Ethnographic Display or Subversive Aesthetics? Historical Narratives of the Sami Museum; RiddoDuottarMuseat-Sámiid Vuorká-Dávvirat (RDM-SVD) in Karasjok; Norway

38 An Unattainable Consensus? National Museums and Great Narratives in French-speaking Africa