Publications 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015

Below you can find a list of publications by CARMAH researchers which can, for the most part, be downloaded either as a pdf or via an external link. Please note that some external links may require you to register access via the providing platform.

2020

Heritage Futures

Rodney Harrison, Caitlin DeSilvey, Cornelius Holtorf, Sharon Macdonald, Nadia Bartolini, Esther Breithoff, Harald Fredheim, Antony Lyons, Sarah May, Jennie Morgan and Sefryn Penrose. Free to download at https://www.uclpress.co.uk/products/125035.

Across Anthropology. An Introduction (download here)

Margareta von Oswald and Jonas Tinius (2020). In: Margareta von Oswald and Jonas Tinius (eds.). Across Anthropology. Troubling Colonial Legacies, Museums, and the Curatorial. Leuven: Leuven University Press. Open Access.

The Recursivity of the Curatorial

Jonas Tinius and Sharon Macdonald (2020). ‘The recursivity of the curatorial’. In: Roger Sansi (ed.). The Anthropologist as Curator. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 35-58.

Troubling diversity and iterations of difference: reflections on curatorial tensions and a mapping survey

Jonas Tinius (2020). In: Kathleen Louw et al. (eds.). Beyond Afropolitan & Other Labels: On the Complexities of Dis-Othering as a Process. Brussels: BOZAR, pp. 39-45.

Mapping Diversities in Austria, Belgium, and Germany. An introduction to the polyvalent politics of diversity and the difficulties of dis-bothering

Jonas Tinius, Tonica Hunter, and Naomi Ntakiyica (2020). In: Kathleen Louw et al. (eds.). Beyond Afropolitan & Other Labels: On the Complexities of Dis-Othering as a Process. Brussels: BOZAR, pp. 11–14.

2019

Researching Ethnographic Museums in Europe

Sharon Macdonald (2019). In: Edenheiser, Iris and Larissa Förster (eds.): Museumsethnologie – Eine Einführung. Theorien – Debatten – Praktiken. Berlin: Dieter Reimer Verlag: pp. 360-70.

Zum Auftakt: Shifting Grounds

Larissa Förster and Iris Edenheiser (2019). In: Edenheiser, Iris and Larissa Förster (eds.): Museumsethnologie – Eine Einführung. Theorien – Debatten – Praktiken. Berlin: Dieter Reimer Verlag: pp. 13-27.

“We go to Venice and we will walk on water. Bauhaus, Repatriation, and Photography” (Interview)

Jonas Tinius and Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung. 2019. ‘We go to Venice and we will walk on water. Jonas Tinius in conversation with Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung on Bauhaus, rematriation, and photography’. Something We Africans Got 7: 38–42.

Fieldnotes

Jonas Tinius. 2019. ‘Fieldnotes’, in: Post-Otherness Wedding / Unsustainable Privileges. Galerie Wedding – Space for Contemporary Art Berlin, edited by Solvej Helweg Ovesen and Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung. Bielefeld / New York: Kerber, pp. 177–181.

2018

© Tal Adler

Menschliche Überreste in deutschen Institutionen. Historische Entwicklungen und zukünftige Perspektiven

Sarah Fründt and Larissa Förster (2018), in: Zeller, Joachim; Bechhaus-Gerst, Marianne (eds.) Deutschland postkolonial? Die Gegenwart der imperialen Vergangenheit. Berlin: Metropol-Verlag.

Alterity

Jonas Tinius. 2018. 'Alterity’, in: CARMAH. Eds. Otherwise: Rethinking Museums and Heritage. Berlin: CARMAH, pp. 40–54.

© Tal Adler

From the brothers Humboldt to Jacques Chirac and back…

Margareta von Oswald, Felicity Bodenstein & Callum Fisher (2018): A report from the three-day workshop 'Exchanging perspectives: anthropologies, museum collections and colonial legacies between Paris and Berlin' (June 6-8, 2018) held at CARMAH and at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. In: Blog - Wie weiter mit Humboldts Erbe? Ethnographische Sammlungen neu denken.

(Per)former de nouvelles institutions artistiques: autorité et travail créatif au Theater an der Ruhr

Jonas Tinius. 2018. ‘(Per)former de nouvelles institutions artistiques: autorité et travail créatif au Theater an der Ruhr’, in: Troupes, compagnies, collectifs dans les arts vivants: organisations du travail, processus de création et conjonctures’, edited by Bérénice Hamidi-Kim and Séverine Ruset-Penketh. Paris: Édition L’Entretemps, pp. 407–420.

Tal Adler

Endorsement effects and warning potentials. Architecture from Totalitarian eras as heritage

Sharon Macdonald (2018), in Håkan Hökerberg (ed.) Architecture as Propaganda in Twentieth-Century Totalitarian Regimes. History and Heritage. Florence: Polistampa

Tal Adler

Heritage

Sharon Macdonald (2018), in H.Callan (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Anthropology, Wiley-Blackwell.

The Long Way Home. Zur Biografie rückgeführter Objekte/Subjekte

Larissa Förster (2018), in: Greub, Thierry and Martin Roussel (eds.): Figurationen des Portraits. Wilhelm Fink: Paderborn

© Tal Adler

Haunting seedy connections

Nadim, T. 2018. Haunting seedy connections. In Lury, C., Fensham, R., Heller-Nicholas, A., Lammes, S., Last, A., Michael, M. and Uprichard, E. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Interdisciplinary Research Methods, Abingdon and New York: Routledge. pp 239-247.

2017

Tal Adler

Objects/Subjects in Exile

Wayne Modest, Margareta von Oswald and Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung(2017), in: L'Internationale Online (ed.): Thread 'Decolonising Practices'.

2016

Tal Adler

‘Heritage Futures’

Harrison, R., N. Bartolini, C. DeSilvey, C. Holtorf, A. Lyons, Macdonald, S., Morgan, J. and S. Penrose (2016), in: Archaeology International, No. 19: pp. 68-72.

2015

How things matter: stories from Nuremberg

Sharon Macdonald (2015), in: Braun, Karl, Dieterich, Claus-Marco and Angela Treiber (eds.): Materialisierung von Kultur: Diskurse, Dinge, Praktiken. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann Verlag.

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Pearls

Sharon Macdonald (2015): Heritage Futures Website.