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This book explores how museums, galleries and heritage sites of all kinds, through the narratives they construct and publicly present, can shape the moral and political climate within which human rights are experienced. Through a series of richly-drawn cases, which focus on gender diversity and same-sex love and desire, Richard Sandell examines the ways in which museums ar ...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published December 29th 2016 by Routledge
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Rosemarie Garland-Thomson is Professor of Women's Studies at Emory University. Her fields of study are feminist theory, American literature, and disability studies. She is author of Staring: How We Look and Extraordinary Bodies: Figuring Physical Disability in American Literature and Culture; co-editor of Re-Presenting Disability: Museums and the Politics of Display and Disability Studies: Enablin ...more