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Jacek Gralewski, Izabela Lebuda, Aleksandra Gajda, Dorota M. Jankowska and Ewa Wiśniewska

). A longitudinal study of exceptional giftedness and creativity. Creativity Research Journal, 12, 161-164. Runco, A. M., & Charles, R. E. (1997). Creative potential and performance. In M. A. Runco (Eds.), Creativity Research Handbook (pp. 113-152). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton. Sak, U., & Maker, C. J. (2006). Developmental variation in children’s creative mathematical thinking as a function of schooling, age, and knowledge. Creativity Research Journal , 18 (3),279-291. Smith, G. J. W., & Carlsson, I. (1983). Creativity in early and middle school

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Eva Doležalová, Marie Šedivá Koldinská, Martin Sekera, Jana Mezerová and Marek Junek

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The exposition named History will present the development of the Czech lands from the 9th century till the present. The exposition will be divided into two separate spaces – the Historical Building of the National Museum will house the history of the 9th–19th centuries and the New Building of the National Museum will house the history from the 20th century. Despite reflecting to a certain extent the traditional division of the Middle Ages, Early Modern Period, the “long” 19th century, and the 20th century, the narrative will be continuous without any artificial historical disruptions. We will debunk some historical myths and stereotypes. Emphasis will be laid on the presentation of items from the collections of the National Museum. A certain update will also be important, i.e. the presentation of ideas and symbols, that we refer to today. Parallel narratives will be nonetheless important, as they will show that history is not unambiguous and that certain events can be viewed from several different perspectives (e.g. the winner and the loser, nobleman and subject). Last but not least, we will address the issues of individual freedom and its limits.

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Michal Stehlík

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At the onset of preparations of new permanent exhibitions of the National Museum (NM) in 2011, it was necessary to define their content. Several expert teams composed of NM staff and other institutions took part in this process. Historical topics were embraced in a novel perspective, their comprehensive presentation was so far absent in the NM. Social science expositions in the History exhibition will map the development of society from the Early Middle Ages until the end of the 20th century. The People exhibition will interlink the topics of anthropology, archaeology and classical archaeology. Natural science topics will be elaborated on three levels – nature around us, stories of evolution, and an experimental area (ExperiMus). They will reveal processes affecting the shape and transformations of Earth. The Social and Natural science parts will be linked through the Treasury exhibition. The Pantheon and the Children’s Museum will form completely independent units. The architecture of exhibitions will be the result of public tenders conducted in compliance with the Act on Public Contracts. New expositions of the NM are to be opened in 2019 (Natural science) and 2020 (Social science) on a total area of 12 000 m2.

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Eva Hoff and Ingegerd Carlsson

childhood to middle age (Vol. 57). Madison, Conn: International U.P. Tanggaard, L. (2013). The sociomateriality of creativity in everyday life. [Article]. Culture & Psychology, 19 , 1, 20-32; DOI: 10.1177/1354067x12464987. West, S., Hoff, E. V., & Carlsson, I. M. (2015). Enhancing team creativity with playful improvisation theatre: a controlled intervention field study. Submitted for publication. Department of Psychology. Lund University. Sweden.

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Maciej Karwowski

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Claire Norton

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Rogelio Puente-Diaz and Judith Cavazos Arroyo

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Željko Rački

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Asli Nazife Kaya and Seniz Cikis

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Dorina Geta Iușcă

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