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Museums as Reterritorialization Spaces in the Digital Age: Between Knowledge Publishing and Institutional Communication

Abstract : This paper deals with the types of knowledge publishing conducted by museums in the digital age. Digital environments are seen as spaces for the renegotiation and reterritorialization of the relations between culture, science and society. We analyze the linkage dynamics between cultural and scientific mediation and digital techniques by focusing on authorship and intermediation. This work is based on a corpus of professional sources and field work. We conclude by discussing the reconfiguration of models of mediation in an international public space where institutional communication policies and cultural mediation, industrial strategies and public contributions interconnect.
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Brigitte Juanals. Museums as Reterritorialization Spaces in the Digital Age: Between Knowledge Publishing and Institutional Communication. The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 2016, University of Illinois Research Park, Champaign (Illinois), USA, 9 (2), pp.19--26. ⟨hal-01564325⟩

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