Interdisziplinäre Provenienzforschung zu menschlichen Überresten aus kolonialen Kontexten
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Winkelmann, Andreas et al.: Interdisziplinäre Provenienzforschung zu menschlichen Überresten aus kolonialen Kontexten: Eine methodische Arbeitshilfe des Deutschen Zentrums Kulturgutverluste, des Berliner Medizinhistorischen Museums der Charité und von ICOM Deutschland, Heidelberg: arthistoricum.net, 2022 (Beiträge zur Museologie, Vol. 11). https://doi.org/10.11588/arthistoricum.893

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Published 06.07.2022.

The printed publication was published in 2022 by ICOM Deuschland. ISBN: 978-3-9821707-3-2

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Andreas Winkelmann, Holger Stoecker, Sarah Fründt and Larissa Förster

Interdisziplinäre Provenienzforschung zu menschlichen Überresten aus kolonialen Kontexten

Eine methodische Arbeitshilfe des Deutschen Zentrums Kulturgutverluste, des Berliner Medizinhistorischen Museums der Charité und von ICOM Deutschland

Beiträge zur Museologie

The guidelines offer a practical introduction into provenance research on human remains from colonial contexts. Though focussed on German institutions, they also give a glance at the situation in Austria. They apply to collections of human remains kept in universities and museums, mostly in the fields of anthropology, anatomy and medical history. The interdisciplinary approach combines several research methods. The guidelines provide extensive guidance for historical, anthropological and natural sciences methods of provenance research. They also explain the cross-cultural and transnational dimensions of provenance research and discuss how to document the results of the research.

Andreas Winkelmann is professor for anatomy at the Brandenburg Medical School in Neuruppin and researches the history and ethics of his discipline.

Holger Stoecker is a historian who researches African-German colonial history and history of sciences. He also focusses on provenance research on ancestral remains originating from colonial contexts.

Sarah Fründt is research advisor in the Department for Cultural Goods and Collections from Colonial Contexts at the German Lost Art Foundation, especially in charge of provenance research on human remains.

Larissa Förster is head of the Department for Cultural Goods and Collections from Colonial Contexts at the German Lost Art Foundation.

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Inhalt
Beate Reifenscheid
Vorwort
Einleitung
Erste Schritte der Recherche
Methoden der Provenienzforschung
Ausblick: Was folgt nach der Provenienzforschung?
Anhang
Autorinnen und Autoren
Martin Krenn, Margit Berner, Sabine Eggers, Verena Pawlowsky
Addendum: Zur Quellenlage in Österreich
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