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MUSM 3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Physical Body, Intentionality, Fokker E.Ii
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Lecture 6: Review Unit 5 and Midterm Review I. The Object: Meaningful Physical Resource a. “Every object speaks for themselves” a.i. To me, this means that every artifact has its own stor...

Museum Studies
MUSM 3001
Lung, Heidi Dr.
MUSM 3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Systems Theory
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9/19/2016 Lecture: System thinking and Museums I. What’s a museum? a. A building in which interesting and valuable things are collected and presented ...

Museum Studies
MUSM 3001
Lung, Heidi Dr.
MUSM 3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Starbucks

Unit 2: What is a Museum? I. Museum: Institution for acquisition, preservation, study, and exhibition of works of artistic, historical, or scientific value. a. Other defining characteristics: ...

Museum Studies
MUSM 3001
Lung, Heidi Dr.
MUSM 3001 Lecture 1: Projects info (8/22/2016)

8/22/2016 Introduction to Museum Studies: Projects and Syllabus Projects ad Contacts: I. Creepy Campus Crawl a. Happens at both the museums a.i. ...

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MUSM 3001
Lung, Heidi Dr.
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