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Análisis del reconocimiento del punto de vista autóctono en una exposición museística

Abstract : The study focuses on collaborative practices between Aboriginal peoples and Canadian museum professionals. More specifically, it concerns how the Aboriginal perspective is interpreted in exhibitions. How do Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal visitors appropriate the Aboriginal point of view in the exhibition context and Aboriginal heritage in the context of decolonization? The exhibition media is polyphonic, combining a variety of viewpoints from both the museum and Aboriginal perspectives. This article describes the process used to analyze the reception of a museum exhibition showcasing the voices of Aboriginal communities in juxtaposition with those of artist Curtis and a museum curator. The study took the form of an educational activity. The observations and interviews conducted as part of the activity helped us update the recognition logic at work between visitors and the exhibition media.
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Virginie Soulier. Análisis del reconocimiento del punto de vista autóctono en una exposición museística. Éducation et francophonie, Association canadienne d’éducation de langue française, 2015, 43 (1), p. 97-115. ⟨hal-01262819⟩



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