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Alan Michael Parker

Alan Michael Parker is the author or editor of nine books, including a novel, Cry Uncle, and a collection of poems, Elephants & Butterflies. His work on museums includes essays on the Bellagio Gallery in Las Vegas and the Coca-Cola museum in Atlanta.

  • November/December 2009: The Rhinoceros in the Hall
    What’s the role of the museum—and searing aural pain—in the the democratization of culture?
  • November/December 2007: Non-Places, Megamuseums, and Democracy
    When did museums stop working like libraries and churches and start functioning as airports and shopping malls?
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