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Tiffany Jenkins Å 4 Free read Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections (Routledge Research in Museum Studies) characters ð 104 Making groups ethnographic work document media and policy analysis Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections demonstrates that strong internal influences do in fact exist The only book to examine the construction of contestation over human remains from a sociological perspective it advances an emerging area of academic research setting the terms of debate synthesizing disparate ideas and making sense of a broader cultural focus on dead bodies in the contemporary period.

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Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections (Routledge Research in Museum Studies)

Tiffany Jenkins Å 4 Free read Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections (Routledge Research in Museum Studies) characters ð 104 Since the late 1970s human remains in museum collections have been subject to claims and controversies such as demands for repatriation by indigenous groups who suffered under colonization These reuests have been strongly contested by scientists who research the material and consider it uniue evidence This book charts the influences at play on the contestation over human remains and examines the construction of this problem from a cultural perspective It shows that claims o.

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Tiffany Jenkins Å 4 Free read Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections (Routledge Research in Museum Studies) characters ð 104 N dead bodies are not confined to once colonized groups A group of British Pagans Honouring the Ancient Dead formed to make claims on skeletons from the British Islesnbsp;and ancient human remains bog bodies and Egyptian mummies which have not been reuested by any group have become the focus of campaigns initiated by members of the profession at times removed from display in the name of respect By drawing on empirical research including extensive interviews with the claims.

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