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Museum Anthropology
Volume 34, Issue 1 Page 1 – 89

ARTICLES

COLLABORATIVE MUSEOLOGY AND THE VISITOR (pages 1–12)
Lainie Schultz

NOT FOR ART’S SAKE: An Early Exhibition of Pre-Columbian Objects at the Toledo Museum of Art, 1928–1929 (pages 13–27)
Sarah Fee

OBJECT DIASPORAS, RESOURCING COMMUNITIES: Sierra Leonean Collections in the Global Museumscape (pages 28–42)
Paul Basu

THE HEARST MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY, THE NEW DEAL, AND A REASSESSMENT OF THE “DARK AGE” OF THE MUSEUM IN THE UNITED STATES (pages 43–55)
Samuel Redman

NEOCOLONIAL COLLABORATION: Museum as Contact Zone Revisited (pages 56–70)
Robin Boast

BOOK REVIEWS

First Nations Cultural Heritage and Law: Case Studies, Voices, and Perspectives. By Catherine Bell and Val Napoleon, eds, and Protection of First Nations Cultural Heritage: Laws, Policy, and Reform. By Catherine Bell and Robert K. Paterson, eds. (pages 71–73)
Andrea Laforet

Reburying the Past: The Effects of Repatriation and Reburial on Scientific Inquiry. By Elizabeth Weiss (pages 73–74)
Tamara L. Bray

Museums and Empire: Natural History, Human Cultures and Colonial Identities. By John M. MacKenzie (pages 74–75)
Shawna M. Meiser

The British Consular Service in the Aegean and the Collection of Antiquities for the British Museum. By Lucia P. Gunning (pages 75–76)
Michael Llewellyn Smith

Material Cultures, 1740–1920: The Meanings and Pleasures of Collecting. By John Potvin and Alla Myzelev, eds. (pages 76–78)
Christina J. Hodge

The Indian Craze: Primitivism, Modernism, and Transculturation in American Art, 1890–1915. By Elizabeth Hutchinson (pages 78–79)
Marinella Lentis and Nancy J. Parezo

Border Crossings: Transnational Americanist Anthropology. By Kathleen S. Fine-Dare and Steven L. Rubenstein, eds. (pages 79–80)
Kathleen Pickering Sherman

Cave, City, and Eagle’s Nest: An Interpretive Journey through the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan No. 2. By Davíd Carrasco and Scott Sessions, eds. (pages 80–82) Marc N. Levine

Around and About Marius Barbeau: Modelling Twentieth-Century Culture. By Lynda Jessup, Andrew Nurse, and Gordon E. Smith, eds. (pages 82–83)
Richard Handler

Identity and the Museum Visitor Experience. By John H. Falk (pages 83–85)
Kathleen Tinworth

EXHIBIT REVIEWS

Traje de la Vida: Maya Textiles of Guatemala. Exhibit at the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology (pages 86–87)
Lynn A. Meisch

Gifts from the Ancestors: Ancient Ivories of Bering Strait. Exhibit at the Princeton University Art Museum (pages 87–89)
Erin L. Hasinoff

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