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AT2507: Culture, History and Anthropology ‘Capturing’ cultures in museums: Scottish identities and museums Scottish Exhibition of National History, Art & Industry (1911) Museum of Scotland (opened 1999) context architecture and layout culture and literature

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AT2507: Culture, History and Anthropology

‘Capturing’ cultures in museums:

Scottish identities and museums


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  • Scottish Exhibition

  • of National History, Art & Industry (1911)

  • Museum of Scotland (opened 1999)

    • context

    • architecture and layout

    • culture and literature

    • power and politics

    • education and interpretation


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  • Scottish Exhibition

  • of National History, Art & Industry (1911)

    • context

    • architecture and layout

    • culture and literature

    • power and politics

    • education and interpretation



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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

Palace of Industry

Plan of the exhibition


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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

Entertainments Section

Plan of the exhibition


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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

Arctic village

Plan of the exhibition


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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

An Clachan

Plan of the exhibition




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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

Auld Toon

Plan of the exhibition


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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

Palace of History

Plan of the exhibition


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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

Palace of History

Plan of the exhibition



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1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

ecclesiastical

silver and pewter

domestic and agricultural

prehistory

explorers

Scoto-Norwegian

literature

Roman & medieval

Jacobites

Franco-Scottish

sports & pastimes

Walter Scott

numismatics military

furniture

Robert Burns

Swedo-Scottish

Portraits on walls

Palace of History







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1911 Exhibition – culture and literature

ecclesiastical

silver and pewter

domestic and agricultural

prehistory

explorers

Scoto-Norwegian

literature

Roman & medieval

Jacobites

Franco-Scottish

sports & pastimes

Walter Scott

numismatics military

furniture

Robert Burns

Swedo-Scottish

Portraits on walls




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1911 Exhibition – power and politics

Official party at the Exhibition opening


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1911 Exhibition – power and politics

George Eyre-Todd

Original instigator

Secretary of History Committee

Marquis of Tullibardine

President of Exhibition

Andrew Pettigrew

Convenor of Exhibition

(knighted 1911)


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1911 Exhibition – power and politics

George Eyre-Todd

Original instigator

Secretary of History Committee

In 1924:

Secretary of Highlanders Institute

Marquis of Tullibardine

President of Exhibition

in 1924 (as Duke of Atholl):

Patron of Highlanders Institute

Andrew Pettigrew

Convenor of Exhibition

(knighted 1911)

in 1924:

President of Highlanders Institute


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Museum of Scotland

Museum of Scotland – architecture and layout


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Museum of Scotland

Museum of Scotland – architecture and layout

Scotland transformed

1707-1914

Twentieth century

Industry and Empire

1707-1914

The Kingdom of the Scots

900-1707

Beginnings

Industry and Empire

1707-1914

Early People

8000BC – AD1100


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Museum of Scotland – power and politics

Board of Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland 1999


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