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National Museums in Germany: Anchoring Competing Communities

@inproceedings{Aronsson2011NationalMI,
  title={National Museums in Germany: Anchoring Competing Communities},
  author={P. Aronsson and Emma Bentz},
  year={2011}
}
From 1760-2010, Germany has been marked by several levels of nation-building as well as many different ideological and territorial projects. This inquiry has focused on processes of long continuity, spanning unification in both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, adding the most important ruptures and institutional inventions to get a firm-enough basis for conclusions on the institutional role of museums vis-a-vis the state-making process. The most significant periods for the interaction… Expand
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