Living History Museums Undoing History Through Performance
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Description: Living History Museums: Undoing History Through Performance examines the performance techniques of Living History Museums, cultural institutions that merge historical exhibits with costumed live performance. Institutions such as Plimoth Plantation and Colonial Williamsburg are analyzed from a theatrical perspective, offering a new genealogy of living museum performance.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Scarecrow Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/1/2007
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|The Dilemmas of Contemporary Living Museum Historiography in Theory and Practice|
|The Progressive Development Narrative of Living Museum History|
|Progressive Histories: Major Works|
|The Progressive Development Narrative in Practice|
|(In)authentic Revolutions: Time, Space, and Living History Museums|
|Old Sturbridge Village|
|Storytelling vs. Scientific Discourse|
|Toward a New Genealogy of Living Museum Performance|
|A Historiography of Immanence|
|Defining an Episteme|
|An Emergence within a Shifting Field|
|Capitalizing on the Past-Capitalizing on Loss|
|Social History and the Trajectory of Living Museum Performance|
|The Naturalistic Ideal|
|Living History as Pleasure|
|Performance as Historiography at Living History Museums|
|The Historiography of Performance|
|Alternatives to the Naturalistic Mode|
|Post-Tourists and Living Museum Performance|
|Selected Living History Programming Sites|
|About the Author|