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Archaeology, Museums and Identities - Einzelansicht

Veranstaltungsart Seminar Veranstaltungsnummer
SWS 2 Semester SoSe 2021
Einrichtung Historisches Institut   Sprache englisch
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Belegungsfrist 06.04.2021 - 10.05.2021

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Seminar Mi 16:00 bis 18:00 wöchentlich 14.04.2021 bis 21.07.2021  Online.Veranstaltung Dr. Haj Darwich ,
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States draw on the past to reform national identities. In this context archaeology and museum exhibits of archaeological sources play a crucial role in the Middle East in connection with archaeological excavations which rediscover new civilization centers such as Babylonia, Nineveh, Assur, Mari, Ebla, Ugarit, and others.
Museums in former colonial metropoles such as the Louvre in France and British Museum
in the United Kingdom, enriched their collections with artifacts from some
of these sites to demonstrate and enhance their imperial power. As a counterweight to imperial collections, museums in Middle Eastern countries were founded with the goal of reinforcing a national identity. Examples of these kinds of museums include the Iraqi Museum in Iraq, the National Museum of Damascus and Aleppo, and Beirut Museum.
This course will engage with the history of archaeology and museums in the Near East. In addition, it will discuss the complex relationship between archaeology and museums and ask how both are related to cultural and national identities. In so doing, this seminar will encourage discussions about new perspectives on cultural heritage and the role it plays countries with colonial heritage but most importantly across Middle Eastern societies.
Literatur Bahrani, Zainab Çelik, Zeynep and Eldem, Edhem (2011). Scramble for the Past:
A Story of Archaeology in the Ottoman Empire, 1753-1914. Istanbul: SALT
Galata.
De Mieroop, Marc Van (2006, 2nd edition). A History of the Ancient Near East
ca. 3000-323 BC. Blackwell Publishing.
Liverani, Mario (2016). Imagining Babylon: the modern story of an ancient city.
Boston: De Gruyter.
Leistungsnachweis Active participation, class presentation, final paper.

Strukturbaum
Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester SoSe 2021 , Aktuelles Semester: SoSe 2022