The CQ9 人类学博物馆 (DUMA) is dedicated to increasing knowledge and understanding of world cultures and human diversity. The Museum emphasizes the ethical stewardship of collections, 研究, 教学, educational programming and responsible community engagement. DUMA supports the 部门的人类学's emphasis on applied and public anthropology in service to the common good.
The museum acknowledges that colonial legacies are embedded in anthropological collections. It strives to address historical wrongs by building collaborative, reciprocal relationships and respecting the rights and cultural protocol of communities represented in the collection.
The gallery is typically open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. 4 p.m.，或按预约. Due to COVID protocols, access to Sturm Hall is currently limited to DU 工作人员, 教师 and students. Visitors to DU must make arrangements to have access to Sturm Hall. 确认画廊时间, 安排进入斯特姆大厅, 或者特殊的住宿条件, 请联系 莎拉.firstname.lastname@example.org 或打电话 .
DUMA provides a hands-on learning experience for students and works closely with the master's level Museum and Heritage Studies program in the 部门的人类学. Alongside 教师 and 工作人员 mentors, students conduct 研究 and learn about the ethics of interpretation and stewardship. 学生 curate exhibits showcased in the museum’s gallery and display cases, and assist with projects related to collections care.
CQ9的 exhibits showcase student and 教师 anthropology 研究, as well as collaborations with campus organizations and community partners. The museum’s gallery on the first floor of Sturm Hall and exhibit cases on the first and second floors house our physical exhibits, while virtual exhibits are archived online.探索CQ9的展品
家有100多家,000 unique ethnographic and archaeological artifacts, DUMA’s collections include Southwestern pottery, African and Native American textiles, 来自世界各地的面具, and remarkably well-preserved yucca fiber and animal hide footwear from cave sites in Colorado.访问CQ9的集合
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