Hakubutsukan or Bijutsukan: Early Museological Developments in Japan with Long Lasting Implications.
At many museums “religious” is not a category which is sufficient for assigning an object exclusively to a certain department or even to the museum. In many cases, other than “religious”, fixed categories are used which stem from early museological discourses. When religious institutions run exhibit...
|Published in:||Religious Materials: Emic Perspectives - Etic Constructions - Museum Classifications. REDIM Conference 2021|
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