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    1. R Building A Collection Of Contemporary Urban Material Culture
      1. Robert Rotenberg
        Alaka Wali


    1. R Representing Tenochtitlan: Understanding Urban Life by Collecting Material Culture
      1. Elizabeth Brumfiel
        John K. Millhauser
    2. R Theories of Material Agency and Practice: A Guide to Collecting Urban Material Culture
      1. Alison Clarke
    3. R Some Thoughts on Material Agency, Urban Practices, and Collecting Strategies
      1. Denise Lawrence-Zúñiga
    4. R Material Agency in the Urban Material Culture Initiative
      1. Robert Rotenberg
    5. R The Banality of Everyday Consumption: Collecting Contemporary Urban Materiality
      1. Paul R. Mullins
    6. R Collecting, Exhibiting, and Interpreting: Museums as Mediators and Midwives of Meaning
      1. Ivan Karp
        Corinne A Kratz
    7. R Collecting Contemporary Urban Culture: An Emerging Framework for the Field Museum
      1. Alaka Wali


    1. R Seekers and Travellers: Contemporary Art of the Pacific Northwest CoastWyatt Gary. Vancouver: Douglas & Mcintyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2012. 154PP..
      1. Solen Roth
    2. R Distributed Objects: Meaning and Mattering after Alfred GellLiana Chua & Mark Elliott, eds. New York: Berghahn Books, 2013. 220PP..
      1. Timothy Carroll
    3. R Decolonizing Museums: Representing Native America in National and Tribal MuseumsLonetree Amy. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2012. 221PP..
      1. Robin Boast
    4. R Museums: A Visual AnthropologyBouquet Mary. London: Berg, 2012. 243PP..
      1. Adam Solomonian
    5. R Anthropology at Harvard: A Biographical HistoryStephen Williams David L. Browman. Cambridge: Peabody Museum Press, 2013. 589PP..
      1. Stephen E. Nash