London Debates 2009. What role do museums play in the globalisation of culture ?

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School of Advanced Study (2010)
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This report underlines the central role museums play in the globalisation of culture, and sets out action points to guide academic research, museum practice and policy-making. A report presenting the most important results of the London Debates, led at the School of Advanced Study in May 2009.
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    Robertson, Roland (1995), 'Glocalization: time-space and homogeneity-heterogeneity' in M. Featherstone, S. Lash and R. Robertson (eds.), Global Modernities, London: Sage

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