anti-deaccessioning love

anti-deaccessioning

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  • Then he seems to have run away with a certain need to demonstrate anti-deaccessioning oneness regardless of whether the facts merit it or not.

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  • Strangely, AJ blogger Judith Dobrzynski seemed to expect blind zeal too: "Even anti-deaccessioning writers took offense at the essay," she wrote, as if expecting that those with deaccessioning-related principles would naturally jump on a facts-thin case in an effort to demonstrate ideological purity.

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  • So, for example, to oppose the deal between Fisk University and Alice Walton's Crystal Bridges Museum on "anti-deaccessioning" grounds just means that you would prefer that Fisk suffer whatever consequences follow from its inability to consummate the proposed sale (elimination of various athletic programs, faculty layoffs, etc.) than that the works at issue be

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  • Many public museums & similar institutions in the UK have anti-deaccessioning clauses in their governing charters that forbid them of removing any items from their collections (with occasional exceptions such ass if the item is damaged to the extent of being worthless).

    March 14, 2010