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Bruno Brulon Soares - Professor of Museology, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Bruno Brulon Soares - Professor of Museology, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

May 30, 2018

Dr. Bruno Brulon Soares is a Professor of Museology at Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro and is Vice President of the International Committee for Museology (ICOFOM). In this episode of Filibustering Museology we talk about Bruno’s academic career and his research into experimental and community museums.

This episode’s recommendations: Museum of Removals in Rio de Janeiro: https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2016/05/rios-museum-of-removals-shows-the-human-cost-of-th.html Bruno Brulon Soares and Anaildo Bernardo Baraçal, Stránský: uma ponte Brno — Brasil / Stránský: a bridge Brno — Brazil (ICOFOM, 2017): http://network.icom.museum/fileadmin/user_upload/minisites/icofom/images/Icofom_Stransky_couv_cahierFINAL.pdf Bruno Brulon Soares, História da Museologia [The History of Museology]: https://historiadamuseologia.blog/ Brooklyn Museum controversy: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/brooklyn-museum-white-curator-african-art_us_5abc09e6e4b06409775cd2d7

Rob Denning can be reached at snhuhistory@gmail.com or r.denning@snhu.edu. James Fennessy can be reached at j.fennessy@snhu.edu. Susie Chung can be reached at y.chung1@snhu.edu. Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/FilibusterHist.

LauriAnn Deaver presents “The Mormon Response to the 1976 Teton Dam Collapse”

LauriAnn Deaver presents “The Mormon Response to the 1976 Teton Dam Collapse”

May 16, 2018

LauriAnn Deaver presents "The Mormon Response to the 1976 Teton Dam Collapse"

François Mairesse – Professor of Museology, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris, and ICOFOM President

François Mairesse – Professor of Museology, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris, and ICOFOM President

May 8, 2018

Dr. François Mairesse is a professor at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris and is president of the International Committee for Museology. In this episode of Filibustering Museology we discuss Dr. Mairesse’s background, the various symposia hosted by ICOFOM, and the changing definitions of “museum.”

This episode’s recommendations: ICOFOM Study Series: http://network.icom.museum/icofom/publications/icofom-study-series/ Defining the Museum in the 21st Century: The ICOFOM Symposiums: http://network.icom.museum/icofom/meetings/previous-conferences/defining-the-museum/ Digital Harlem: Everyday Life 1915-1930: http://digitalharlem.org/ Dylan Ruediger, “The AHA Jobs Report: The 2016-17 Data Obscure as Much as They Reveal,” Perspectives on History (February, 2018), https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/march-2018/the-aha-jobs-report-the-2016%E2%80%9317-data-obscure-as-much-as-they-reveal

Rob Denning can be reached at snhuhistory@gmail.com or r.denning@snhu.edu. James Fennessy can be reached at j.fennessy@snhu.edu. Susie Chung can be reached at y.chung1@snhu.edu. Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/FilibusterHist.

Gillian Glaes discusses African Political Activism in Post-Colonial France

Gillian Glaes discusses African Political Activism in Post-Colonial France

May 1, 2018

Dr. Gillian Glaes presents African Political Activism in Post-Colonial France: State Surveillance and Social Welfare.

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