Museums, Society, Inequality

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Index
Italic page numbers refer to illustrations
a
Aboriginal Australia (Australian Museum) 158
Aboriginal people:
Migration Museum 143 ;
reconciliation 151 , 153-70
Abram, Ruth J. 17 , 125-41
accountability 43-4
ACE see Arts Council of England
ACTAG see Arts and Culture Task Group
admission charges, inclusion 221
Adsett, Sandy 229
aesthetic values, art museums 24-39
African and Asian Visual Arts Archive 207
Agia Sofia 195
agriculture, Kenya 176
AIDS/HIV 72-3 , 77-9 , 104 , 188
AMBH see Archives and Museum of Black Heritage
Anderson, D. 70
anthropology, representation 10-12
Antiquities Act 1975 232
Aotearoa 225-41
architecture 216
Archives and Museum of Black Heritage (AMBH) 207-8
Arts Council of England (ACE) 207
Art and Empowerment (Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery) 185
Art Institute of Chicago 36
art museums 20-1 , 24-39 , 182-3 , 218
Art on Tyneside (Laing Art Gallery) 218 , 222
artists:
black artists 209 ;
disabled people 90-4
Arts and Culture Task Group (ACTAG) (South Africa) 249
Asian African Heritage Project, Kenya 176
Atkinson, R. 59 , 60
Australia:
Migration Museum 142-52 ;
public funding 41-2 ;
reconciliation 153-70 ;
social value 44-6
Australian Museum, Sydney 17-18 , 153 , 158-63

b
Baartman, Sarah 210
BAAWP see Black and Asian Archives Working Party
Barnes, Colin 87 , 89
BASA see Black and Asian Studies Association
Bates, Peter 188-9
Bath 111-12
Behind the Wall (Migration Museum) 143
Berranger, Archbishop Olivier de 126
Bestor, Arthur 126
biculturalism:
New Zealand 225-6 , 230-4 ;
see also multiculturalism
Biffin, Sarah 90-1 , 92 , 92
The Birth of Impressionism (Glasgow) 31-2 , 31 , 33-4
‘black armband history’ 151
Black and Asian Archives Working Party (BAAWP) 207
Black and Asian Studies Association (BASA) 207
Black Cultural Archives 207
Black Environment Network 207
black heritage, UK 206-11
Bloch, Mark 129
Bok, Sissela 130 , 135
Bourdieu, Pierre 28 , 34-5
Bourn, Gabrielle 98 , 104-5
Bradburne, J. 168

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