The Presented Past: Heritage, Museums, and Education

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Peter G. Stone, Brian L. Molyneaux, Brian Molyneaux
Psychology Press, 1994 - 520 trang
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The Presented Past challenges the representation of the past as objective and argues rather that it is 'constructed'. This book will interest teachers, archaeologists and cultural resource managers.The Presented Past is concerned with the differences between the comparatively static, well-understood way in which the past is presented in schools, museums and at historic sites compared to the approaches currently being explored in contemporary archaeology. It challenges the all-too-frequent representation of the past as something finished, understood and objective, rather than something that is 'constructed' and therefore open to co-existing interpretations and constant re-interpretation.Central to the book is the belief that the presentation of the past in school curricula and in museum and site interpretations will benefit from a greater use of non-documentary sources derived from archaeological study and oral histories. The book suggests that a view of the past incorporating a larger body of evidence and a wider variety of understanding will help to invigorate the way history is taught. The Presented Past will be of interest to teachers, archaeologists, cultural resource managers, in fact anyone who is concerned with how the past is presented.
 

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the represented past
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Programming the past for the future
7
a framework for discussion
19
South Africa and changing popular perceptions of history
29
Archaeology and education in Botswana
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Presenting archaeology to the public in the USA
61
an overview
82
developments since 1986
95
The Nigerian teacher and museum culture
283
Indian museums and the public
290
A case for archaeology in formal school curricula in India
299
an example of new work in the schools of Benin
315
Archaeology in the schools and museums of Cameroon
326
Prehistory archaeology and education in Zimbabwe
338
warnings about the use of archaeological
359
Archaeofiction with upper primaryschool children 19881989
375

Education as a means of protection of the archaeological heritage
109
museums material culture
120
teaching packages as
148
a teaching method in Colombian museums
172
an exhibition and its aftermath
179
The redisplay of the Alexander Keiller Museum Avebury
190
Privacy and community through medieval material culture
206
What is the publics perception of museum visiting in Poland?
216
the display of the pre and early colonial past
225
cultures of the past within education Zimbabwe
236
The teaching of the past in formal school curricula in England
383
Ethnic representation in Colombian textbooks
398
the primary education syllabuses in Buenos
407
Blacks Indians and the state in Colombia
418
The republican era
428
Conclusion
434
The transfer of American Indian and other minority community college
460
One view of Native education in the Northwest Territories Canada
495
A future for the north traditional and scientific knowledge
507
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