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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

November 14th 2014:Museums in a Time of Change

It’s all fun and games at the museum conference until someone mentions that museums have a responsibility to take a stand on social issues. Do we really believe we are impartial observers? Why do we persist in defining relevancy in our terms? What prevents us from changing.? Join this week’s conversation with museum thought leader and provocateur Robert Janes, author of Museums in a Troubled World and Museums and the Paradox of Change, now in its third addition. It promises to be a lively discussion.

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Robert R. Janes

Robert R. Janes is the Editor-in-Chief of Museum Management and Curatorship, a Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester (UK), an Adjunct Professor of Archaeology at the University of Calgary, Canada, and the former President and CEO of the Glenbow Museum (1989-2000). His previous publications include Looking Reality in the Eye: Museums and Social Responsibility (with Gerald T.Conaty - 2005), Museum Management and Marketing (with Richard Sandell - 2007), Museums in a Troubled World (2009) and Museums and the Paradox of Change (2013).
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