• Biographical Description

  • Portfolio bio info 2017.docx

  • Projects

  • Anarch-Etiquette ultimo.doc

    http://blogs.du.edu/today/news/anthropology-professor-pursues-the-writing-on-the-wall

  • Denes et al_Learning to Safeguard.doc

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  • Lemproject Publications available on LEM website http://www.lemproject.eu

    Participationg, Museums and Civic Engagement. In New
    Trends in Museums in the 21st Century. Report Number 7, 2013

    The Power of Words and Vocabularies. In Museums and
    Intercultural Dialogue. Report Number 4, 2013.

     

  • Publications

  • Participatory Approaches
    http://museumstudies.si.edu/kreps.htm
  • Theorizing Heritage article.pdf

  • Non-Western Models of Museums
    http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/book.asp?ref=1405108398&site=1
  • Liberating Culture: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Museums, Curation, and Heritage Preservation.London: Routledge, 2003. Curatorship as Social Practice. Curator46/3. July 2003, pp. 311-323 "The Idea of 'Pusaka' as an Indigenous Form of Cultural Heritage Preservation." In Performing Objects. Museums, Material Culture and Performance in Southeast Asia. ed. Fiona Kerlogue. Contributions to Critical Museology and Material Culture. The Horniman Museum and Gardens, London. 2004, 1-14.
  • Review of Who Owns the Past.pdf

  • kreps_Appropriate Museology 2.pdf

  • Indigenous Curation and Intangible Cultural Heritage Routledge 2008.pdf

  • Intangible Threads.pdf

  • Thai Monastery Museums Contemporary Expressions.

  • Cultural Heritage, Humanitarianism, and Developm

  • Research

  • Gallery

  • The Princess and I.JPG
    The Princess and I.JPG Professor Kreps with Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and colleagues attending the conference "Cross Cultural Perspectives on Museums and Communities," 28-29 September 2005.
  • Viet Nam and Nobels 001.jpg
    Viet Nam and Nobels 001.jpg Front of the National Museum of Ethnology, Ha Noi, Viet Nam, where Professor Kreps taught a seminar on "Evaluating Museums, Exhibits, and Vistors" with Dr. Frank Proschan from the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Studies. The seminar was sponsored by the Ford Foundation. Twenty-five museum workers from museums throughout Viet Nam attended the seminar.
  • Graffiti Project 232.jpg
    Graffiti Project 232.jpg

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