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Introduction: Museums and Multiculturalism Steven D. Lavine and Ivan Karp
1
PART 1:
Culture and Representation
Ivan Karp
11
CHAP.1:
The Museum as a Way of Seeing
Svetlana Alpers
25
CHAP.2:
Exhibiting Intention: Some Preconditions of the Visual Display of Culturally Purposeful Objects Michael Baxandall
33
CHAP.3:
Resonance and Wonder
Stephen Greenblatt
42
CHAP.4:
The Poetics of Exhibition in Japanese Culture  Masao Yamaguchi
57
CHAP.5:
Another Past, Another Context: Exhibiting Indian Art Abroad
B. N. Goswamy
68
PART 2:
Art Museums, National Identity, and the Status of Minority Cultures: The Case of Hispanic Art in the United States
Steven D. Lavine
79
CHAP.6:
Art Museums and the Ritual of Citizenship
Carol Duncan
88
CHAP.7:
The Poetics and Politics of Hispanic Art: A New Perspective
Jane Livingston and John Beardsley
104
CHAP.8:
Minorities and Fine-Arts Museums in the United States
Peter C. Marzio
121
CHAP.9:
The Chicano Movement/The Movement of Chicano Art Tomas Ybarra-Frausto
128
PART 3:
Museum Practices
Steven D. Lavine
151
CHAP.10:
Locating Authenticity: Fragments of a Dialogue Spencer R. Crew and James E. Sims
159
CHAP.11:
Noodling Around with Exhibition Opportunities Elaine Heumann Gurian
176
CHAP.12:
Always True to the Object, in Our Fashion
Susan Vogel
191
CHAP.13:
The Poetic Image and Native American Art
Patrick T. Houlihan
205
CHAP.14:
Four Northwest Coast Museums: Travel Reflections James Clifford
212
CHAP.15:
Why Museums Make Me Sad
James A. Boon
255
PART 4:
Festivals
Ivan Karp
279
CHAP.16:
The Politics of Participation in Folk-life Festivals
Richard Bauman And Patricia Sawin
288
CHAP.17:
Cultural Conservation through Represen tation: Festival of India Folk-life Exhibitions at the Smithsonian Institution
Richard Kurin
315
CHAP.18:
The World as Marketplace: Commodification of the Exotic at the World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893
Curtis M. Hinsley
344
CHAP.19:
Festivals and Diplomacy
Ted M. G. Tanen
366
PART 5:
Other Cultures in Museum Perspective
Ivan Karp
373
CHAP.20:
Objects of Ethnography
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
386
CHAP.21:
Refocusing or Reorientation? The Exhibit or the Populace: Zimbabwe on the Threshold
Dawson Munjeri
444
CHAP.22:
How Misleading Does an Ethnographical Museum Have to Be?
Kenneth Hudson
457

Contributors
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