Dr Viv Golding

Viv Golding 

Lecturer, Programme Director of PhD Research Studies: School of Museum Studies

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Viv Golding's research interests are centred on issues of diversity, material culture and intangible heritage. She works with feminist-hermeneutics at a region theorized as the museum frontiers, to progress the social role of the museum through creative collaborative effort. Her research highlights the possibilities of promoting intercultural and intergenerational understanding and her international networks include African, Caribbean, Japanese, Chinese and European partners, and Roma in 2012. Examining identity and its construction to challenge contemporary racism and sexism is a key concern, seen especially in her 2009 monograph Learning at the Museum Frontiers: Identity Race and Power.

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