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Africom Activities 1991-1999


AFRICOM is a non-governmental, autonomous and pan-African organization of museums (NGO) created in october 1999 in Lusaka, Zambia.

Articles published by Museum International on the Museums of Africa

 

The articles are filed by date.

" Return and restitution of cultural property, The Broken Hill skull: a Zambian case " / A.H. Mulongo, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n174 (vol. 44, n2), 1992, pp.103-104.

" A new museum for a new South Africa " / H.J. Bruce et D.Y. Saks, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n176 (vol. 44, n4), 1993, pp.238-241.

" Reviving the village museum in Dar es Salaam " / Fidelis T. Masao, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n177 (vol. 45, n1), 1993, pp.57-59.

" A walk though Morocco: the Oudaa Ethnographic Museum " / Hocene El Kasri, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n179 (vol. 45, n3), 1993, pp.18-22.

" Computerized inventorying of museum collections in Africa " / Valrie Chieze, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n181 (vol. 46, n1), 1994, pp.30-33.

" New draft convention on stolen or illegally exported cultural objects approved by experts ", in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n183 (vol. 46, n3), 1994, p.60.

" A Nigerian treasure in Ibadan " / Cornelius O. Adepegba, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n183 (vol. 46, n3), 1994, pp.42-45.

" UNESCO reviews The Hague Convention ", in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n185 (vol. 47, n1), 1995, pp. 59-60.

" The Nubia Museum at Aswan ", A Museum International report, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n186 (vol. 47, n2), 1995, pp.18-20.

" Stolen art and cultural property INTERPOL's special programme ", in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n188 (vol. 47, n4), 1995, pp.57-58.

" New direction in Africa " / Mubiana Luhila, Lydia A. Koranteng, Alain Godounou, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n188 (vol. 47, n4), 1995, pp.28-34.

" Creating a context for African musical instruments " / Jos Ganseman, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n189 (vol. 48, n1), 1996, pp.21-25.

" New international convention combats illegal art sales in the private sector ", in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n190 (vol. 48, n2), 1996, pp.60-61.

" ICOM at fifty " / Patrick J. Boylan, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n191 (vol. 48, n3), 1996, pp.47-50.

" ICOM and the battle against illicit traffic of cultural property " / Elisabeth des Portes, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n191 (vol. 48, n3), 1996, pp.51-58.

" Namibia's Mobile Museum Service " / Christine et Peter Nias, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n192 (vol. 48, n4), 1996, pp. 45-48.

" Recent publications highlight growing international concern ", in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n194 (vol. 49, n2), 1997, pp. 59-60.

" France joins 1970 UNESCO Convention on Illicit Traffic ", in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n195 (vol. 49, n3), 1997, p.61.

" African museums: the challenge of change " / Emmanuel Nnakenyi Arinze, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n197 (vol. 50, n1), 1998, pp. 31-37.

" Documentation in the service of conservation: an African training experiment " / Alain Godounou, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n201 (vol. 51, n1), 1999, pp. 28-32.

" Transformation in South Africa: a legacy challenged " / Amareswar Galla, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n202 (vol. 51, n2), 1999, pp. 38-43.

" Children in African museums: voices of the Commonwealth " / Lois Irvine, in Museum International, UNESCO, Paris, n202 (vol. 51, n2), 1999, pp. 50-55.

 

 
 
   
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