How does the Immigration Museum present the history of cultural diversity in Australia?

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To cite information found at the museums, put: (Museum of Victoria/Immigration Museum visited 14 January 2015) and any other relevant information, such as names of photographers or authors if availalble.

The question asks:

How does the Immigration Museum/Museum of Victoria present the history of…

You started with will start with:

1. Careful note taking

For most this meant photographing of information, which should include museum text, displays, layout of the museum space, and conceptual organisation of the material into thematic areas i.e. the big ship display which immerses the visitor into ships’ cabins from different eras to create a sense of the migrant experience; maps; artefacts; video; personal accounts and so on. This is HOW the museum PRESENTS the story. Curators have made choices about all of this. What choices? Why have they chosen to tell the story in these particular ways?

*Feel free to include your photographs in your report.

Weave this information into:

2. An overall sense of the experience

Support your analysis of the Museum presentations with:

3. Relevant research and background reading on the subject

We expect you to consider how the organisation of the display attempts to convey certain messages (ie empathetic understanding of refugees), cultural currents (Australians once favoured the WAP but now Multiculturalism – why?) and academic debates (ie invasion v. peaceful settlement of Australia).

NB: Do not simply write an immigration history of Australia. You need to undertake an analysis of the museums’ interpretation of this history.

Each Field Report requires three things: 1. Careful note-taking detail

of what you see; 2. An overall sense of the experience; and 3.

Relevant research and background reading on the subject.

We expect you to consider how the organisation of the display is

attempts to convey certain messages and to what cultural currents

and academic debates this curatorial process is connected.

Answer ONE of the following questions:

  1. How does the Immigration Museum present the history of

cultural diversity in Australia?

  1. How does the presentation of indigenous history in the Museum

of Victoria illustrate the experience of indigenous people in

Australia, with particular reference to Victoria?

  1. How does the presentation The Melbourne Story in the

Museum of Victoria illustrate Australian history?

 

To cite information found at the museums, put: (Museum of Victoria/Immigration Museum visited 14 January 2015) and any other relevant information, such as names of photographers or authors if availalble.

 

The question asks:

How does the Immigration Museum/Museum of Victoria present the history of…

You started with will start with:

  1. Careful note taking

For most this meant photographing of information, which should include museum text, displays, layoutof the museum space, and conceptual organisation of the material into thematic areas i.e. the big ship display which immerses the visitor into ships’ cabins from different eras to create a sense of the migrant experience; maps; artefacts; video; personal accounts and so on. This is HOW the museum PRESENTS the story. Curators have made choices about all of this. What choices? Why have they chosen to tell the story in these particular ways?

*Feel free to include your photographs in your report.

Weave this information into:

  1. An overall sense of the experience

Support your analysis of the Museum presentations with:

  1. Relevant research and background reading on the subject

We expect you to consider how the organisation of the display attempts to convey certain messages (ie empathetic understanding of refugees), cultural currents (Australians once favoured the WAP but now Multiculturalism – why?) and academic debates (ie invasion v. peaceful settlement of Australia).

NB: Do not simply write an immigration history of Australia. You need to undertake an analysis of the museums’ interpretation of this history.

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