Developing the International Museum of Women: Challenges and Responses
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This article provides an introduction to the International Museum of Women(imow), a social change museum. It then considers three conceptual challenges that the Museum has confronted and responded to during the development of its concept, its content, and its online exhibition strategies—targeting an audience, the term international and the process of exhibiting and evaluating«change».
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