The article focuses on the role moral discourse plays in the formation of the public sphere, as conceptualized by Habermas, and specifically on moral discourse co- produced by museums and by their visitors. As cultural public institutions, museums play an important role in shaping the public sphere both thematically topically and materially communication technologies and materialities of display and participation.
Museums, the genesis of the modern public sphere
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Museums change lives. The role of museums in the creation of the democratic public sphere
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The role of museums in the creation of the democratic public sphere A A A. Museums change lives.
Abstract My aim is to present the museum as an element of the public sphere as well as to present its opportunities and limitations in generating a public debate concerning migration.