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Making Connections Through World Collections The Museum Ethnographers Group Blog. 21 May PhD opportunity: Women collectors of South Asia: gender, material culture, and empire (10) museum (10) subject specialist network (10) workshop (10) Pacific (9) collections care (9) fashion (9) art (8) barkcloth (8) book (8). Guidance notes on ethical approaches in museum ethnography. (First published in Journal of Museum Ethnogra March ) MEG Ethical Guidance Notes PDF Human Remains Guidelines. MEG Guidelines on Management of Human Remains. The Museum Ethnographers Group drew up its first set of professional guidelines on the treatment of human remains. Join the Museum Ethnographers Group to become involved in debates relating to museum ethnography, whether you are working in museums, teaching, researching, studying, or just interested. Membership is open to individuals,and there is a concessionary rate available to those on low incomes (below £18,), whether students, those in entry-level. The Museum Ethnographers Group. This section of the MEG website contains links to a variety of resources for individuals working in the field of museum ethnography, including MEG guidelines for working with human remains, project resources, and so on.. Most recently we have been focussed on compiling information around repatriation.

  The Museum Ethnographers Group Blog. 26 June Words Matter: Book Launch, Tropen Museum. BOOK LAUNCH: WORDS MATTER: Thursday 28 June | Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam: Newsletter (3) Obituary (3). "Pitching the Emirdağ Topak Ev", pp. Museum Ethnographers’ Group Newsletter no. 15, Feb. , Hull. With drawing by A. Jansz. "Tent Furnishings and Rugs of the Şahsevän of Azerbaijan" pp in Türk Dünyası Ara#tırmaları 36, Haziran , Istanbul. With drawings by . The Museum Ethnographers Group is an international collective, whose members include curators, conservators, educators, students, academics and artists. First established in , MEG has a long history of bringing individuals, institutions and museum collections together to build knowledge and understanding around museum ethnography. Museum Ethnographers Group The Journal of Museum Ethnography, containing articles, book and exhibition reviews as well as research notes; The regular e-newsletter containing up-to-date news, reviews, and notices as .

Newsletter (Museum Ethnographers' Group) Newsletter (National Conference on Literature and Religion) Newsletter of lithic technology: Newsletter of micropalaeontology: The newsletter of PEGS: Newsletter of the American Anthropological Association: Newsletter of the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology AnthroSource: 1 Sep - The Museum Ethnographers Group is a UK-based, but international collective, whose members include. museum curators, conservators & educators university academics & students artists & amateurs. Join us to become involved in debates relating to museum ethnography, whether you are working in museums, teaching, researching, studying, or just interested. Museum Ethnographers Group. K likes. MEG, or Museum Ethnographers Group is a lively informal group of people interested in Museum ers: K. No. 27 Brave New Worlds: Transforming Museum Ethnography through Technology: Papers from the Annual Conference of the Museum Ethnographers Group Held at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, in Association with the University of Brighton, 15–16 April pp. i-v, ;