Museums as places of shared authority and public debates (Fabio Spirinelli)

Doing research on cultural policy also inevitably implies reflecting on cultural institutions, and in my case, museums. Thanks to my research and to some colleagues, I started having a growing interest in public history, which is still a young field – though it does not mean that historians only started recently engaging with the public.

The British Museum in London. Picture: F. Spirinelli.

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