Reports to Sr. Collections Manager. Coordinates and implements all aspects of museum collections management, with particular focus on supporting research use of the collection. Performs a wide range of curatorial and administrative duties, requiring specialized knowledge of specified collections. Oversees and carries out day-to-day work with the collection.
Critical Military Studies provides a rigorous and innovative platform for interdisciplinary debate on the operation of military power.
National Museums Scotland (NMS) in the Department for World Cultures is searching for a Principal Curator working on the collection of Africa, Oceania and Americas (with a preference for expertise in Oceanic collections).
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the world’s finest museums, seeks an Evelyn A. J. Hall and John A. Friede Associate Curator for Oceanic Art who will be a full-time member of the curatorial team of the Michael C.
Guest Editors: Dr. Greg Dvorak (Hitotsubashi University) and Dr. Miyume Tanji (Australian National University)
The Indigenous Fellowship Programme was launched in 1997 by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in the context of the first International Decade of the World's Indigenous People. The aim of the programme is to give indigenous persons the opportunity to gain knowledge on the UN system and mechanisms dealing with human rights issues in general and indigenous issues in particular. Trained participants are better equipped to assist their organisations and communities in protecting and promoting their rights.
We invite presentations, workshops, papers, roundtable discussions and panel proposals relating to concepts of media practice, presenting case studies of media initiatives both from the region and internationally and providing analysis of recent developments, challenges and successes in the areas of communication and social change. We welcome proposals for exhibitions, film screenings or performances.
This forum explores the inspiration behind Shigeyuki Kihara’s Culture for Sale, an exhibition that highlights the disjunction in power relationships between performers and their audiences in 19th-century cultural tours in Germany from Samoa.For further information on the forum & speakers, please see below.
This special issue attempts to stage a much-needed conversation between two seemingly segregated field-formations: area studies and queer studies.