THE EU PROJECT ‘MUSEUMS EXHIBITING EUROPE’ (EMEE)

THE EU PROJECT ‘MUSEUMS EXHIBITING EUROPE’ (EMEE)

IDEAS, RESULTS, OUTLOOKS

 

The project ‘EuroVision – Museums Exhibiting Europe’ (2012-2016) was funded by the Culture Programme of the European Union. It was initiated and coordinated by the Chair of History Didactics of the University of Augsburg and implemented by eight project partners who had an interdisciplinary background and came from seven European countries. The aim of the project was to develop museums further firstly through a multi-layered re-interpretation of museum objects from a transregional/European perspective and secondly with the help of innovative approaches of conveying the contents. Thereby, the project coordinators’ expectation was that especially national and regional museums would be inspired to try out new ideas and concepts that would promote a modern and contemporary outlook of museums in today’s multicultural society.

 

 

Produktinformation

 

Autoren: Jutta Schumann, Susanne Popp, Oliver Mayer-Simmet, Susanne Schilling, Daniela Wolf

Verlag: edition mono/monochrom

Format: 156 Seiten

Sprachen: Englisch

ISBN: 978-3-902796-51-6

 

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Veröffentlich am:

01.09.2016