Boekbespreking: Keeping their marbles

Boekbespreking: Keeping their marbles | Boekmanstichting

Boekbespreking: Keeping their marbles. 14 december 2017. Verslaggever: Nico de Klerk . Jenkins, T. (2016) Keeping their marbles: how the treasures of the past ended up in museumsand why they should stay there. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bibliotheek: 17-089.

Review: Tiffany Jenkins, ‘Keeping Their Marbles’

Keeping Their Marbles is a little scattershot, a little wordy, and a little unconvincing. But Tiffany Jenkins is worth reading, nonetheless. The title of her book uses the Elgin Marbles as the

Keeping Their Marbles: Should Our Museums Keep Their

In her new book, Keeping Their Marbles: how the treasures of the past ended up in museums – and why they should stay there, she argues that sending back artifacts is not the solution to repairing wounds of the past.

Keeping Their Marbles – Tiffany Jenkins

In Keeping Their Marbles, Tiffany Jenkins tells the bloody story of how western museums came to acquire these objects. She investigates why repatriation claims have soared in recent decades and demonstrates how it is the guilt and insecurity of the museums themselves that have stoked the demands for return.

Keeping Their Marbles – Tiffany Jenkins – Oxford

New in Paperback. Keeping Their Marbles How the Treasures of the Past Ended Up in Museums – And Why They Should Stay There Tiffany Jenkins. How some of the greatest treasures of world archaeology ended up in the musems of the West

Tiffany Jenkins (Author of Keeping Their Marbles)

Tiffany Jenkins is the author of Keeping Their Marbles (3.50 avg rating, 22 ratings, 9 reviews, published 2016), Contesting Human Remains in Museum Colle

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Keeping the Marbles Rolling™

Keep the Marbles Rolling™ was developed by Peter Beale in Sydney and Newcastle, Australia. The program is supported by research into brain functioning and adult education methods. Reaction from the classes has been very positive, and some members of the classes are now in their fourth year of participation.

Keeping Their Marbles: How the Treasures of the Past Ended

In Keeping Their Marbles, Tiffany Jenkins tells the bloody story of how western museums came to acquire these objects. She investigates why repatriation claims have soared in recent decades and demonstrates how it is the guilt and insecurity of the museums themselves that have stoked the demands for return.

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