Museums and Indigenous Peoples provides an international, comparative exploration of relationships between Indigenous Peoples and museums. Indigenous Peoples are increasingly involved in the representation and curation of their heritage in museums and are engendering major changes in the way museums think and work. This volume examines the demands put forward by Indigenous Peoples to museums and critically discusses their effects on museum theory and practice. Museums and Indigenous Peoples through international case studies provides a better understanding of how Indigenous Peoples are transforming museum work.
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