Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Deborah Martin Kao and Michelle Lamuniere ; with contributions by Elspeth H. Brown ...[et al.].|
|LC Classifications||HV10 .I57 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781891771590, 9780300171068|
|LC Control Number||2011030033|
Instituting Reform: The Social Museum of Harvard University, – Harvard Art Museums pages | images American Alliance of Museums, First Prize, Museum Publications Design Competition, This book examines Harvard University’s Social Museum, open from to and established by Francis Greenwood Peabody. Instituting Reform focuses an exacting lens on the Social Museum’s history, motive, and meaning. Punctuated by generous portfolio sections, the book’s ﬁve essays probe the museum’s collection, using it as a case study to explore the early institutional uses of photographs as social documents, the systematization of exhibition display by reform organizations, and the role . Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Focuses on the history, motive, and meaning of Harvard University's distinctive Social Museum, established in by Francis Greenwood Peabody () to 'collect the social experience of the world as material for university teaching'. Externally-promoted institutional reform, even when nominally accepted by developing country governments, often fails to deliver lasting change. Diasporans-immigrants who still feel a connection to their country of origin-may offer an In-Between Advantage for institutional reform, which links problem understanding with potential solutions, and encompasses vision, impact, .
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