Biographie de Gabriela Petkova-Campbell : Gabriela Petkova-Campbell completed an MA course in French Studies at Sofia University in 1994 and undertook a second MA course in Museum Studies at Newcastle University in 2001. She was then offered a doctoral candidacy at the same University, where she has further developed her Masters research interests into PhD research with an accent on comparative museology. She was awarded her PhD in 2007 and has since published two monograph and several academic papers discussing and comparing various museological models in different European countries. Currently she is living and working between Paris and Sofia where she continues her research on the uses and misuses of history in museums in Southeast Europe.Présentation de l'éditeur :
JF Lyotard argued that what makes history is less the complex of events occurred in time and in space then the new reality reinstated by those who narrate the facts. Following the fall of the communist regime in Bulgaria this book explores a three-way relationship: between Bulgarian museums, communism in its Bulgarian variation and Bulgarian society. The link between the past, the present and the future of both museums and society is established by examining visitors approach towards museums and the way history was and is represented in them by those who narrated the facts.
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Description du livre Editions L'Harmattan, 2015. État : Neuf. N° de réf. du libraire 9782343067858
Description du livre HARMATTAN, 2015. Paperback. État : NEUF. "The fall of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe marked the beginning of a period of revision and establishment of new values. A period of complete denial was followed by nostalgia and finally by acceptance that communism can t be wiped without traces. This book explores a three-way relationship : between Bulgarian museums, communism in its Bulgarian variation and Bulgarian society. The link between the past, the present and the future of both society and museums is established by examining visitor s approach towards museums and the way history was and is represented in them." - Poids : 185g - Genre : Art en langue anglaise. N° de réf. du libraire N9782343067858