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  • 1
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (126 Seiten)
    DDC: 069
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    Keywords: Bericht ; Ethnology ; Cultural Anthropology ; Colonialism ; Postcolonialism ; West Africa ; Togo ; Ghana ; Ethnological museums and collections ; Cultural property ; Art - Provenance ; Mission ; Togo ; Ghana ; Afrique de l'Ouest ; Colonialisme ; Postcolonialisme ; Ethnologie ; Musées ethnographiques ; Patrimoine culturel ; Provenance des oeuvres d'art ; Mission ; Museumswissenschaft (Museologie) ; Soziologie und Anthropologie ; Internationale Migration und Kolonisation ; Kultur und Institutionen
    Abstract: "Researching Colonial Provenances" is a slightly abridged version of the final report of the research project on the provenances of the collections from Togo under German colonial rule, currently in the holdings of the museums of the Staatliche Ethnographische Sammlungen Sachsen (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden). The project, funded by the German Lost Art Foundation, focused on a collection of 700 "objects" and photographs that were acquired for or donated to the Museum für Völkerkunde Dresden and the GRASSI Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig between 1899 and 1939. The project focused on the stories of their appropriation in connection with the activities of German members of the colonial police force, scientists, traders and colonial officials in Togo under German colonial rule from 1884 to 1914. The colonial actors in question are Adolf Diehl, Hans Gruner, Harry Grunitzky, Ernst F. Gütschow, Oskar Marx, Valentin von Massow, Adam Mischlich and Gaston Thierry. They acted within the context of colonial injustice, which was characterised by annexation expeditions, wars of conquest, missionary work and the appropriation of cultural items. The results of the research are published in the Online Collection of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and in a more detailed version of the final report in the Proveana database of the German Lost Art Foundation. Situated in the more recent field of post-colonial provenance research, the report is intended as a contribution to research into the history of ethnological museums and their extensive networks in a colonial context. With its findings on the close connection between museums and the project of colonial expansion and rule, it also emphasises the responsibility that museums have in accounting for their entanglement with colonial history.
    Abstract: "Rechercher les provenances coloniales" est une version légèrement abrégée du rapport final du projet de recherche sur les provenances des collections provenant du Togo sous la domination coloniale allemande, qui se trouvent aujourd'hui dans les musées des Staatlichen Ethnographischen Sammlungen Sachsen (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden). Le projet, soutenu par le Deutsches Zentrum Kulturgutverluste, était centré sur un ensemble de 700 "objets" et photographies qui ont été achetés ou donnés au Museum für Völkerkunde Dresden et au GRASSI Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig entre 1899 et 1939. Le projet s'est penché sur les histoires de leur appropriation, en lien avec les activités des membres de la police coloniale allemande, des scientifiques, des commerçants et des fonctionnaires coloniaux au Togo sous la domination coloniale allemande de 1884 à 1914. Les acteurs coloniaux en question sont Adolf Diehl, Hans Gruner, Harry Grunitzky, Ernst F. Gütschow, Oskar Marx, Valentin von Massow, Adam Mischlich et Gaston Thierry. Ceux-ci agissaient dans le cadre du contexte d'injustice coloniale, marqué par des expéditions d'annexion, des guerres de conquête ainsi que par le prosélytisme et l'appropriation de biens culturels. Les résultats de la recherche sont publiés dans la Online Collection des Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden et, dans une version plus détaillée du rapport final, dans la base de données Proveana du Deutsches Zentrum Kulturgutverluste. Situé dans le domaine plus récent de la recherche postcoloniale sur la provenance des biens, le rapport se veut une contribution à l'étude de l'histoire des musées d'ethnographie et de leurs vastes réseaux dans le contexte colonial. En découvrant les liens étroits entre les musées et le projet d'expansion et de domination coloniale, il souligne également la responsabilité des musées dans le traitement de l'histoire coloniale.
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    Note: German Version: https://doi.org/10.18452/27457 ; French Translation: https://doi.org/10.18452/27459 ; Translated from the German by: Geraldine Schuckelt , Further authors: Emery Patrick Effiboley: 0000-0003-4604-0465 Toni Hanel: 0009-0003-2471-6126 Katja Hofmann: 0009-0008-8845-0642 Léontine Meijer-van Mensch: 0009-0005-2826-8695 Julia Pfau: 0009-0009-8548-8976 Messan Tossa: 0009-0008-0508-7084
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781000779424
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (193 pages)
    Series Statement: Entangled Inequalities: Exploring Global Asymmetries Ser.
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.4209866
    Keywords: Knowledge, Sociology of-Ecuador ; Electronic books
    Abstract: Intro -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- On Coloniality, Power, Knowledge, and the (Nation-)State -- Structure of the Monograph -- About This Research -- Notes -- References -- 1. Nation, Power, Knowledge: The Knowledge Society -- From 'Banana Republic' to Knowledge Society -- Knowledge as an Infinite Resource -- Ancestral Knowledges as Objects of State Discourse -- Ancestral Knowledges for a Knowledge Society -- The (Re-)Valorisation of Ancestral Knowledges -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- 2. Development, Nature, Knowledge: A Change of the Productive Matrix? -- A Brief Look on Development and Extractivism -- From the Petroleum Boom to the Knowledge Boom -- Ancestral Knowledges for a Bio-Economy -- Of Protection(isms) and Utilisation/Exploitation -- Neo-Developmentalism, Neo-Extractivisms -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- 3. State, Science, Education: The Knowledge Revolution -- The Struggle for Self-Determined Education -- Correa's Educational and Knowledge Revolution -- Intercultural Bilingual Education -- Amawtay Wasi in the Straightjacket of Quality -- The Knowledge Revolution's University -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- 4. Conocimientos Propios and Struggles for Epistemic Justice -- Conocimientos Propios and Epistemic Self-Determination -- Schooling, Education, and Science Otherwise -- Struggles for Plurinationality and/or Interculturality -- Worlds and Knowledges Otherwise -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- 5. Of (Post-)Neoliberal/(Post-)Multicultural Governmentality, Epistemic Struggles, and Situated Cosmopolitanism(s) -- Governing Difference: (Post-)/Neoliberal Multiculturalisms -- Governing Epistemic Difference -- Epistemic Justice, Self-Determination, and Beyond.
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