How misleading does an ethnographic museum have to be?

Author(s): K Hudson

Editor(s): I Karp; S Lavine

Year: 1991


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How misleading does an ethnographic museum have to be?. K Hudson, I Karp, S Lavine. In Exhibiting cultures, the poetics and politics of museum display. Pp. 457-464. London, Washington: The Smithsonian Institution. 1991 ( tDAR id: 418035)

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