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Had this essay been written even five years ago (in the mid-1990s, rather than early 2001), I would have approached it in a different manner. Many academic departments of anthropology still had a museum collection, and the issue of how to make such a resource 'relevant' for the student population as well as colleagues was still a live one. While there are certainly departments of anthropology with a museum adjunct, there are good reasons for questioning the almost automatic assumption that anthropologists should be primarily concerned with ethnographic collections in the conventional sense of that term. This observation has far-reaching implications for the task of teaching museum anthropology to contemporary students of anthropology, as I shall argue in this chapter. Introduction Had this essay been written even five years ago (in the mid-1990s, rather than early 2001), I would have approached it in a different manner. Many academic departments of anthropology still had a museum collection, and the issue of
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