Dr Anna Catalani

University of Lincoln
Participates in 1 Session
Anna Catalani is an academic at the School of Architecture and Design, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom. She holds a PhD in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester. Dr Catalani’s research interests are relating to the construction of diasporic identities (especially non-Western diasporic groups based in the United Kingdom), material culture, collections and collecting theories. Relevant Publications • Catalani, A. ‘Integrating Western and non-Western cultural expressions to further cultural and creative tourism: a case study’, in World Leisure Journal (Special Issue: Leisure and Public Policy) Volume 55, Issue 3, 2013, 252-263; • Catalani, A., and Acroyd, T. ‘Inheriting slavery: making sense of a difficult heritage, in Journal of Heritage Tourism, 8 (4), 2013, 337-346; • Catalani, A. ‘Telling another story: western museums and the creation of nonwestern identity; in Encouraging Collections Mobility – A Way Forward for Museums in Europe, M. Hagedorn Saupe, S. Pettersson and A. Weij. eds., 2010, pp. 258-268; • Catalani, A. ‘Yorùbá identities and Western Museums: ethnic pride and artistic representations’, in Heritage and Identity. Engagement and Demission in the Contemporary World, M. Anico & E. Peralta (eds) London: Routledge, 2009, pp.181-192; • Catalani, A. ‘Representing traditional Yorùbá religious objects in museums: the Western remaking of a cultural heritage’ in Library Trends (Special Issue: Preserving Cultural Heritage), Summer 2007, Vol. 56, No. 1, 66-79.

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