Indigenous representations, Cultural tourism
This paper is an investigation of the ways in which museums collaborate with the minority groups represented in their exhibits, as well as the pitfalls of representation without collaboration and the impact this has on the museum-going tourist's experience.
Perkins, Rachel, "Representations of Indigenous Cultures in Today’s Museums and Impacts on Cultural Tourists" (2018). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 77.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Ethnological museums and collections; Intercultural communication; museums and Indians; Indians of North America--Material culture; Indians of South America--Material culture; Indigenous peoples--Material culture; Museum techniques
student projects; term papers
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