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ISSUE 39 : Museumizing Imagination
Sites of Historical Events: Battlefield in Australia as Contemporary Museum
歷時性遺址—戰事地點作為當代博物館空間
November 7th, 2018Type: Opinion
Author: 陳沛妤 Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 中華民國博物館學會亞太博物館連線專欄
Note: This article is originally published in the column "Asia Pacific Museum Network" of Chinese Museum Association. The author uses many war locations in Australia during the World War II like Darwin Military Museum and Broome Air Raid Memorials as examples to explore how such locations can be repurposed as contemporary museums, where historical archives and memories become sustainable and are passed down via diverse ways.
Darwin oil storage tunnels; photo courtesy of Chen Pei-yu
The Digger; photo courtesy of Chen Pei-yu
Darwin Military Museum; source: https://goo.gl/Y1accY
Broome Air Raid Memorials. Peter F. Williams. Maritime Quest. Source: https://goo.gl/fXir5k
Said bin Abdullah Baadilla. Washil Bahalwan. Source: https://goo.gl/ktkcm5
Sun Pictures; photo courtesy of Chen Pei-yu
Sun Pictures Archive
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