"The decolonization of museology: museums, mixing and myths of origin"

2020-03-30

ICOM Canada is pleased to share the Call for Papers for the 43rd Annual ICOFOM Symposium, to be held in Montreal from September 28 - October 2, 2020. The theme for the Symposium is "The decolonization of museology: museums, mixing and myths of origin."

The call for submissions was extended from the original March 31 deadline and proposals must be submitted by April 19, 2020. The proposals will have to integrate one of the proposed axes of analysis. They should follow the formatting rules of ICOFOM and be written in one of the three languages of ICOM (English, French, Spanish).

ICOFOM is the ICOM International Committee for Museology and its vision is to foster the development of quality knowledge in the museum field and inclusivity through the increase of a diverse membership and engagement as The International Center for Museology, reflecting all regional streams of museology through an affirmative action policy.


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