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Le Case Museo sono una passione, e sono pagine di storia viva. Però sono anche un campo di ricerca, e insomma le si possono studiare per capirle davvero.

Sulle Case Museo esiste una sezione dell'International Council of Museum (ICOM), che si chiama DEMHIST, dal francese Demeures Historiques, ed esiste una bibliografia. Ne proponiamo qui una selezione qualificata: un work in progress che incrementiamo nel tempo - anche con le proposte delle Case Museo italiane stesse.

Alcuni testi, marcati dalla scritta • in rete, sono disponibili su Web.

• Stephen Alsford, David Parry (1991), “Interpretive Theatre: A Role in Museums?”, in Museum Management and Curatorship 10, pp. 8-23, Routledge, London

•  American Association for State and Local History (2008), Technical Leaflet #244, “How Sustainable Is Your Historic House Museum?” included in History News, Autumn, AASLH, Nashville, TN • in rete

• Dante Bolognesi, Manuela Ricci (2008), Le case museo dei poeti e degli scrittori di Romagna, Pro Arte, Lugo

• Bradley C. Brooks (2002), “The Historic House Furnishing Plan: Process and Product”, in Donnelly, Interpreting Historic House Museums, pp. 128-143, Altamira Press, New York

• Julius Bryant (2009), “Museum Period Rooms for the Twenty-first Century: Salvaging Ambition”, in Museum Management and Curatorship (Vol. 24, No. 1, March), pp. 73-84, Routledge, London

• Magaly Cabral (2001), “Exhibiting and Communicating History and Society in Historic House Museums”, in Museum International No. 210 (Vol. 53, No. 2), Unesco, Paris • in rete

• Katie Chavez (2005), Site Specific Performance at Historic Sites: Resources, Bibliography, and Examples, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island • in rete

• Marianne Curling (2002), “How to Write a Furnishing Plan”, Technical Leaflet, in History News, Vol. 57, Number 2 (spring), American Association for State and Local History

• Maria Dayton (2007), “The Mulford House: A Strategy to Reinterpret a Small House Museum”, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, University of Pennsylvania, unpublished • in rete

• Jessica Foy Donnelly (2002), Interpreting Historic House Museums, AASLH Book Series, Altamira Press, New York

• David Guynes (1995), “The Guise of Summer: Seasonal Changes in Historic House Furnishings”, in Cultural Resource Management Vol. 18, No. 10, National Park Service

• John A. Herbst (1990), “The Challenge of Interpretation at Historic House Museums", in Pittsburgh History Vol. 73, No. 3, pp. 119-128,  Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA

• Martha Katz-Hyman (2001), “Preparing a Furnishing Plan for a Historic House When There is Little or No Information”, in Alhfam Bulletin 31, No. 1, Association of Living History, Farm & Agricultural Museums

• Nick Kaye (2000), Site Specific Art: Performance, Place, and Documentation, Routledge, London and New York

• James Kern (2008), “Brucemore: A Cultural Center for Cedar Rapids”, in Forum Journal (Spring), National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC • in rete

• Kevin McMahon (2000), “Displacements, Furnishings, Houses, and Museums: Six Motifs and Three Terms of Connoisseurship”, in Suderberg, Erika, ed., Space, Site, Intervention: Situating Installation Art, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis

• Rosanna Pavoni (2001), “Historic House Museums Speak to the Public: Spectacular Exhibits Versus a Philological Interpretation of History”, in Acts of the International Conference of DEMHIST, Genova, November 2000, DEMHIST, Bergamo

• Rosanna Pavoni (2001), “Towards a Definition and Typology of Historic House Museums”, in Museum International No. 210 (Vol. 53, No. 2), Unesco, Paris • in rete

• Rosanna Pavoni (2002), “New Forms of Management for Historic House Museums?”, in Acts of the Second Annual DEMHIST Conference, Barcelona, July 2001, DEMHIST, Milano

• Rosanna Pavoni (2003), “Historic House Museums as Witnesses of National and Local Identities”, in Acts of the Third Annual DEMHIST Conference, Amsterdam, ICN-Instituut Collectie Nederland, October 14-16, 2002, translated by Starleen K. Meyer, DEMHIST, Amsterdam

• Rosanna Pavoni (2008), “Case Museo: prospettive per un nuovo ruolo nella cultura e nella società”, Ministerio de Cultura y Museo Romántico, Madrid • in rete

• Giovanni Pinna (2001), “Introduction to Historic House Museums”, in Museum International No. 210 (Vol. 53, No. 2), Unesco, Paris • in rete

• Richard Rabinowitz (2003), “The Devil in the (Liberty Bell's) Belfry: The Transformation of Cultural Practice”, Docstoc, Santa Monica, CA • in rete

• Mónica Risnicoff de Gorgas (2001), “Introduction to Historic House Museums”, in Museum International No. 210 (Vol. 53, No. 2), Unesco, Paris • in rete

•  Vv.Aa. (2013), Casas museo: museología y gestión, Secretaría General Técnica. Centro de Publicaciones. Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte, Madrid • in rete

• Patricia West (1999), Domesticating History: the Political Origins of America's House Museums, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC

• Linda Young (2007), “Is There a Museum in the House? Historic Houses as a Species of Museum”, in Museum Management and Curatorship (Vol. 22, No. 1, March), pp. 59-77, Routledge, London



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