Synonyms for museology or Related words with museology

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Examples of "museology"
Museology: The Department of Museology controls the curriculum on studies on Museology.
Peter van Mensch is one of the most acknowledged scientists engaged in theoretical museology. He is interested in the new trends in museology and he also focuses on the development of museology as an integral and integrated approach to cultural heritage. In his thesis Towards a Metodology of Museology he epitomizes the current achievements of museology and formulates principles that are recognised by all museology codes. Peter van Mensch played a significant role in developing the curriculum of the bachelor and master programmes of the Reinwardt Academy (Amsterdam) and was instrumental in building the reputation of this academy as a prestigious professional training institution.
"A post scriptum: Museology and Globalization What is it? Peut-on conclure?" In "Museology and Globalization, Proceedings of the Symposium", ICOM 19th General Assembly, Melbourne, Australia, 1998
She founded the first Museology department in Turkey in Yildiz University. She is currently the dean of the Art and Design Faculty in Yildiz University, and the tutor of Museums and Museology course in the said department.
"From Museums to Menus (and Back?): Museology and the Processes of Social and Economic Change", In "Museology, Social and Economic Development. Proceedings of the Symposium", ICOM 20th General Assembly, Barcelona, Spain, 2001
Sofka played an important role in bringing together Eastern and Western approaches to museology, and directly and indirectly influenced museologists of the next generation. He also raised awareness of museology worldwide, in particular in Scandinavia.
He is author of numerous works and articles on museology and museology, such as "Museologia crítica" and "Museos de historia. Entre la taxidermia y el nomadismo," both co-authored with Joan Santacana.
Vinoš Sofka (4 July 1929 – 9 February 2016) was a museologist. He co-founded the International Committee for Museology (ICOFOM) in 1977 and served as its chairman and as vice chair of the International Committee for Museology (ICOM).
From 1988 to 1989 guest professor of museology at the Academy of Applied Arts, Vienna.
1997-98, M.F.A. in Museology, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat, India
Today museology – as seen by ICOFOM – can be defined as "comprising all the efforts at theorization
RUSSIO, W. Interdisciplinarity in museology. Museological Working Papers – MuWoP 2, 1981, p. 56–57.
following areas: military and maritime history, archives, museology, art, library science,
Museologia Scientifica e Naturalistica is an academic journal covering museology as it pertains to scientific collections.
Peter van Mensch earned MSc degree in zoology and archaeology at University of Amsterdam and the worked in the field of archaeology at the Government Agency for Field Archaeology and then University of Amsterdam. Later on he decided to devote his professional career to Museology and worked between 1967 and 1982 for several museums of history, applied arts and natural history in the Netherlands as an assistant curator, registrar, educator and exhibition coordinator. Since 1977 till 1982 he was director of educational programmes and exhibitions for National Museum of Natural History in Leiden. In 1982 he became a senior lecturer in theoretical museology and museum ethics at the Reinwardt Academy. There he was also the director of the academy’s International Master Degree Programme in Museology (1998-2001 and 2005-2010). He earned his PhD. degree at the University of Zagreb on the basis of thesis Towards a Methodology of Museology (1993). He was appointed as the first professor of cultural heritage at the Amsterdam School of the Arts (2006) and as such he is responsible for the academy’s research programme. He was active in the ICOM International Committee for Education and Cultural Action (CECA), the ICOM International Committee for Training (ICTOP) and the ICOM International Committee for Museology (ICOFOM), of which last committee he was president (1989-1993). As chair of the preliminary board, he played a role in the creation of a new ICOM international committee, the International Committee for Collecting (COMCOL) (2010). Peter van Mensch has been guest lecturer at many international museology programmes, such as the museology programme of the University of São Paulo (Brazil), the International Summer School of Museology at Brno (Czech Republic), the Baltic Museology School (Latvia) and the International School of Museology at Celje (Slovenia).
Additionally, Koloane studied at the University of London from 1984 to 1985 and received a diploma in museology.
Since 2010 he is Vilnius University. As of 2014 he is project leader at the museology chair, Department of Communication.
The Institute regularly releases important publications on History, conservation and Museology, some of the more notable ones are:
In 1927, the school was innovative by creating the chair of museology, the first such in the world.
Georges-Henri Rivière (1897–1985) was a French museologist, and innovator of modern French ethnographic museology practices.