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Helena Heroldová

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The study focuses on the methodology of research on recycled clothing. Two Chinese Dragon Robes from the collection of the Náprstek Museum were remade as a men’s jacket and a woman’s evening dress. Both examples are described, analysed and interpreted from two points of view: as authentic Dragon Robes in its original Imperial China setting, as well as newly made clothes in the context of the early 20th century Western culture.

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Helena Heroldová

Society and History 38/1, 3–25 ( https://www.jstor.org/stable/179336 [1 October 2018]); 1998 Prisoners of Shangri-la: Tibetan Buddhism and the West . The University of Chicago Press; Luczanits, Christian 2001 “Methodological Comments Regarding Recent Research on Tibetan Art”, in: Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens / Vienna Journal of South Asian Studies 45, pp. 125–145 ( https://www.jstor.org/stable/24007569 [1 October 2018]); Oldeburg, Sergěj Fedorovič – Wiener, Leo 1897 “Notes on Buddhist Art”, in: Journal of the American Oriental

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Otakar Kirsch and Lucie Jagošová

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The aim of the presented study is to bring together almost fifteen years of the Centre for the Study of Museology of the Charles University’s Faculty of the Arts at the National Museum in Prague (herein - after referred to as the Centre), one of the most important contemporary methodological and educational centres in the field of museology. The subject of interest will gradually become an analysis of the factors and phenomena that led to its establishment in 1967, including the theoretical concept of the head of the Centre, Jiří Neustupný, which became the starting point for the final form of its curriculum. In addition to outlining the structure for the curriculum for the students of Charles University’s daily study and for the museum staff and introducing personalities who have participated in educational activities, the text also deals with its non-teaching activities (such as research and methodological activities, cooperation within both the domestic and the international museum organisations, while collecting and publishing museological literature). The work was created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the museological centre which is recognised by international authorities and, as the first one, this work seeks to map its development.

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Neringa Stoškutė

. 29, No. 1, 2013): 1-17. Accessed: June 7, 2017. https://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/theatre_s/cp/staff/gray/research/new_museology_article.pdf. Mensch, Peter van. “Towards a Methodology of Museology”. PhD thesis, University of Zagreb, 1992. Accessed: June 7, 2017. http://emuzeum.cz/admin/files/Peter-van-Mensch-disertace.pdf. Skudutis, Mindaugas. “Neišmokę istorijos pamokų” [History Lessons were not Learned] Kultūros barai (No. 7/8, 2009): 32-35. Smith, Charles Saumarez. “Museums, Artefacts, and Meanings”. The New