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Mary Alexander. Museums in Motion: An Introduction to the History and Functions of Museums. Rowman & Littlefield. 2008. 352pp. Revised edition, the first in 1979.

Gail Anderson (editor). Reinventing the Museum: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the Paradigm Shift. Rowman Altamira. 2004. 402pp.

David Carrier. Museum Skepticism: A History of the Display of Art in Public Galleries. Duke University Press. 2006. 313pp.

Annie E. Coombes. Reinventing Africa: Museums, Material Culture and Popular Imagination in Late Victorian and Edwardian England. Yale University Press. 1997. 288pp.

James Cuno. Who Owns Antiquity? Museums and the Battle Over Our Ancient Heritage. Princeton University Press. 2008. 228pp.

Howard E. Fischer. Jazz Expose: The New York Jazz Museum and The Power Struggle That Destroyed It. Revealing Success Story. 2004. 134pp.

Kate Fitz Gibbon (editor). Who Owns the Past? Cultural Policy, Cultural Property, and the Law. Rutgers University Press. 2005. 362pp.

Kate Hill. Culture and Class in English Public Museums, 1850-1914. Ashgate Publishing. 2005. 174pp.

Eilean Hooper-Greenhill. Museums and the Shaping of Knowledge. Routledge. 1992. 232pp.

Moira McLoughlin. Museums and the Representation of Native Canadians: Negotiating the Borders of Culture. Taylor & Francis. 1999. 302pp.

H. Glenn Penny. Objects of Culture: Ethnology and Ethnographic Museums in Imperial Germany. UNC Press. 2002. 281pp.

Nick Prior. Museums and Modernity: Art Galleries and the Making of Modern Culture. Berg Publishers. 2002. 258pp.

Daniel J. Sherman; Irit Rogoff (editor). Museum Culture: Histories, Discourses, Spectacles. Routledge. 1994. 301pp.

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