Religion in Museums

When museums and religion collide

Teaching museums and religion

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Sarah E Dees, lecturer in American and Native American Religions, has blogged about designing and running a new course about museums at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Called ‘Religion, Race, and Ethnicity: Exhibiting Race and Religion’, the course “focused on the role of historical and contemporary cultural exhibition and museum practices in promoting ideas about race, ethnicity, culture, and religion”.

Read about how it went at the Religion in American History group blog.

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