Museums, Education, and Climate Change

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Museums, Education, and Climate Change
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Carson Fellow Fiona Cameron konzentriert sich auf die Untersuchung der Gesellschaft und ihrer Beziehung zur Natur – ein Konzept das bereits aus der Zeit der Aufklärung stammt. In diesem Zusammenhang stellt sie die Frage, wie wir den Klimawandel bewältigen werden. Eine Möglichkeit ist, einen Fokus auf Museen zu legen und sie als Institutionen anzusehen, „die die Bevölkerung disziplinieren“: Im 19. Jahrhundert ging es bei den Museen um Bildung, Pädagogik und das Anerziehen von Moral innerhalb der Bevölkerung – wenn es nach Fiona Cameron geht, werden Museen auch weiterhin als Orte betrachtet, an denen man die Bürger zu einem gewissen Grad „umerziehen“ kann, indem man kritische Informationen für sie zur Verfügung stellt und die Möglichkeit hat, ihnen „verschiedene weitere Gesichtspunkte der Beziehung zwischen Mensch und Natur als eine eng miteinander verwobene dynamische Kraft vorzustellen“. Prof. Dr. Fiona Cameron ist eine leitende wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institute for Culture and Society an der University of Sydney in Australien.
Carson Fellow Fiona Cameron concentrates on examining society and its relationship with nature—a concept that developed during the Enlightenment. In this context, she asks the question of how we are going to manage climate change. One possibility is to put a focus on museums and regard them as institutions “for disciplining populations.” In the nineteenth century, museums were about education, pedagogy, and instilling morality into the population; according to Cameron they still are seen as places to reform citizens to a certain extent by providing them with critical information and the opportunity “to present some other different types of views of the relationship between humans and nature as an entangled dynamical force.” Prof. Dr. Cameron is a senior research fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society at the University of Sydney, Australia.
Keywords Gouvernmentalität Natur und Gesellschaft Klimawandel Bildung Museen museums education climate change nature and society governmentality
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