Karp, I., Kratz, A., Szwaja, L. & Ybarra, T. (Eds.). (2006). Museum frictions: Public cultures/Global transformations. EE.UU., Duke University Press.



Foreword
Lynn Szwaja and Tomas Ybarra-Frausto
xi

Preface: Museum Frictions: A Project History
Ivan Karp and Corinne A. Kratz
xv

Introduction: Museum Frictions: Public Cultures/Global Transformations
Corinne A. Kratz and Ivan Karp
1
Part 1
Exhibitionary Complexes


Exhibitionary Complexes
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
35

Exhibition, Difference, and the Logic of Culture
Tony Bennett
46

The Reappearance of the Authentic
Martin Hall
70

Document: 5:29:45 AM
Joseph Masco
102

Transforming Museums on Postapartheid Tourist Routes
Leslie Witz
107

Isn’t This a Wonderful Place? (A Tour of a Tour of the Guggenheim Bilbao)
Andrea Fraser
135

World Heritage and Cultural Economics
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
161

document: The U.S. Department of Retro
The Onion
203
Part 2
Tactical Museologies


Tactical Museologies
Gustavo Buntinx and Ivan Karp
207

Communities of Sense/Communities of Sentiment: Globalization and the Museum Void in an Extreme Periphery
Gustavo Buntinx
219

Document: Declaration on the Importance and Value of Universal Museums
247

Document: Art Museums and the International Exchange of Cultural Artifacts
Association Of Art Museum Directors
250

Document: Museo Salinas: A Proactive Space Within the Legal Frame, Some Words from the Director Vicente Razo
253

Musings on Museums from Phnom Penh
Ingrid Muan
257

Community Museums, Memory Politics, and Social Transformation in South Africa: Histories, Possibilities, and Limits
Ciraj Rassool
286

Community Museums and Global Connections: The Union of Community Museums of Oaxaca
Cuauhtemoc Camarena and Teresa Morales
322
Part 3
Remapping the Museum


Remapping the Museum
Corinne A. Kratz and Ciraj Rassool
347

The Museum Outdoors: Heritage, Cattle, and Permeable Borders in the Southwestern Kruger National Park
David Bunn
357

Document: Baghdad Lions to Be Relocated to South Africa
392

Revisiting the Old Plantation: Reparations, Reconciliation, and Museumizing American Slavery
Fath Davis Ruffins
394

Shared Heritage, Contested Terrain: Cultural Negotiation and Ghana’s Cape Coast Castle Museum Exhibition “Crossroads of People, Crossroads of Trade”
Christine Mullen Kreamer
435

Sites of Persuasion: Yingapungapu at the National Museum of Australia
Howard Morphy
469

Document: Destroying While Preserving Junkanoo: The Junkanoo Museum in the Bahamas
Krista A. Thompson
500

The Complicity of Cultural Production: The Contingencies of Performance in Globalizing Museum Practices
Fred Myers
504

Bibliography
537

Contributors
577

Index
583