Feb 17

European Studies Public History Talk, Marie-Paule Jungblut, Luxembourg

Mon, February 17, 2020 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm (1h) • Leighton 305

Decolonizing the colonial gaze? The Case of the Africa Museum in Tervuren (Belgium)

European Studies Public History Talk by Marie-Paule Jungblut, Luxembourg

Marie-Paule Jungblut is a public historian. She is known for her intellectual and practical leadership in pushing traditional museum boundaries, both in the subject of exhibitions and in the means used by museums to engage audiences. Currently, she is influencing the next generation of public historians and museum professionals through her work at the Universities of Luxembourg and Liège where she is teaching courses in public history and museology and expressing her ideas through publications.

This event is hosted by David Tompkins and Serena Zabin and sponsored by the European Studies, the Broom fund, and the History Department's Herbert P. Lefler speaker fund. Everyone welcome, free and open to the public!

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Event Contact: Nikki Lamberty

Event Summary

European Studies Public History Talk, Marie-Paule Jungblut, Luxembourg
  • When
    • Monday, February 17, 2020
    • 4:30pm - 5:30pm (1h)
  • Where
    • Leighton 305
  • Event Contact
  • Intended For: General Public, Students, Faculty, Staff

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