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DAY 1 (11th October):

EUI / Badia Fiesolana / Sala del Capitolo

09:00 –  Welcome

09:15 –  Opening and practical information

Session 1 – History (Morning)

CHAIR: Bruno A Martinho, Charlotte Bellamy, Déborah Dubald (EUI)

09:30 – Anna Toledano (Stanford University): Learning from Landscapes: The Dreamworld of the Diorama.

09:45 – Mohamed Elshahed (The British Museum): Collecting and displaying Modern Egypt for the museum.

10:00 – History Session organisers

10:15 – Discussion

10:15 – Coffee Break

11:00 – Guest Speaker: Dr. Kim Sloan (The British Museum)

12:15 – Discussion

10:15 – Lunch

Session 2 – Responsibility (Afternoon)

CHAIR: Josephine Tierney & Holly Winter (Univ. Warwick)

14:30 – Lucia Halder (Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum – Cultures of the world, Cologne): Bringing back the pictures. Colonial photography at the collection of the Rautenstrauch – Jöst – Museum – Cultures of the world.

14:45 – Marcelo Lages Murta (Lusófona University): Undesirable memories’: excluded voices revealed in a community museum in Brazil.

15:00 – Responsibility Session organisers

15:15 – Discussion

16:00 – Coffee Break

16:30 – Guest Speaker: Prof. Christopher Whitehead (Newcastle University)

17:15 – Discussion

18:00 – End of DAY 1

 

DAY 2 (12th October):

Museo Galileo

Curating History in practice (Morning)

09:45 –  Meeting at the museum’s entrance

10:00 –  Visit to the library of the museum

10:30 –  Visit to the museum’s permanent exhibition

11:00 –  Museum exercise with a curator from Museo Galileo: Group A

12:00 –  Museum exercise with a curator from Museo Galileo: Group B

13:00 – Lunch

 

Session 3 – Mediation (Afternoon)

CHAIR: Carla Alferes Pinto & Sofia Lapa (CHAM)

14:30 – Malin Drees (Ruhr-University Bochum); Brenda Spiesbach (Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin): How Much Context Does an Object Need? – Decontextualization of Objects in Museums.

14:45 – Alison Boyd (Northwestern University/KHI in Florence– Max-Planck-Institut): Title tbc

15:00 – Guest Speaker: Dr. Sébastien Soubiran (Jardin des Sciences, Univ. Strasbourg)

15:45 – Coffee Break

16:15 – Mediation Session organisers

16:30 – Discussion

17:30 – End of DAY 2

 

 

DAY 3 (13th October):

EUI / Villa Salviati / Sala degli Anelli

Session 4 – Communication (Morning)

CHAIR: Matthew Wells (RCA / V&A Museum)

10:00 – Marina Scherbakova (Heidelberg University): Museum in a museum: curating Jewish history in the Russian museum of ethnography in St. Petersburg

10:25 – Communication Session organiser & Discussion

10:40 – Discussion

11:05 – Coffee Break

11:30 – Guest Speaker: Dr. Marta Lourenço, Museums of the University of Lisbon

13:00 – End of DAY 3

 

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