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  1. AT2507: Culture, History and Anthropology ‘Capturing’ cultures in museums: Scottish identities and museums

  2. 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

  3. Scottish Exhibition • of National History, Art & Industry (1911) • context • architecture and layout • culture and literature • power and politics • education and interpretation

  4. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Plan of the exhibition

  5. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Palace of Industry Plan of the exhibition

  6. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Entertainments Section Plan of the exhibition

  7. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Arctic village Plan of the exhibition

  8. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout An Clachan Plan of the exhibition

  9. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout

  10. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout An Clachan

  11. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Auld Toon Plan of the exhibition

  12. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Palace of History Plan of the exhibition

  13. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Palace of History Plan of the exhibition

  14. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Palace of History

  15. 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

  16. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout North Gallery

  17. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout East Gallery

  18. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout Prehistoric Gallery

  19. 1911 Exhibition – architecture and layout South Gallery

  20. 1911 Exhibition – culture and literature Sir Walter Scott

  21. 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

  22. 1911 Exhibition – culture and literature

  23. 1911 Exhibition – national identity JOHN, 3RD EARL OF BUTE

  24. 1911 Exhibition – power and politics Official party at the Exhibition opening

  25. 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)

  26. 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

  27. Museum of Scotland (opened 1999) • context • architecture and layout • culture and literature • power and politics • education and interpretation

  28. Museum of Scotland – architecture and layout

  29. Museum of Scotland Museum of Scotland – architecture and layout

  30. 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

  31. Museum of Scotland – power and politics Board of Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland 1999

  32. New essay deadline - Monday 19th April • Lecture notes are web mounted at: • www.abdn.ac.uk/anthropology/uglectures.shtml