Gabriela Petkova-Campbell

Gabriela Petkova-Campbell completed an MA course in French Studies at Sofia University and undertook a second MA course in Museum Studies at Newcastle University in 2001. She was then offered a doctoral candidacy at the same University, where she has further developed her Masters research interests into PhD research with an accent on comparative museology. She was awarded her PhD in 2007 and has since published a monograph and numerous academic papers discussing and comparing museological models in different European countries. A reviewer for European and American Museum Studies journals, she has also contributed to various edited volumes in English, French, Czech and Serbian languages. Currently Gabriela Petkova-Campbell is living and working between Paris and Sofia where she continues her research on the uses and misuses of history in museums in Southeast Europe.
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Titre(s), Diplôme(s) :
MA, PhD

Fonction(s) actuelle(s) : Ecrivain(e)

Bibliographie

Autres parutions

Monographs:
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2009 A Place in Europe: Bulgaria and its Museums in ‘new’ Europe, Archaeopress, Oxford, UK (In English)

Edited volumes:
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2016 Culture or Fighter Planes? The Bulgarian Perspective, Diana, Serbia, Accepted for Publication
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2013 In the Realm of the Tsars: the History and Development of Wild Animal Collections in Bulgaria, in: McGregor Reid, G. et al. From Royal Gifts to Biodiversity Conservation, the History and Development of Menageries, Zoos and Aquariums", NEZS, (In English),
Petkova-Campbell G. 2008 Le modèle Muséologique Bulgare, in: Rolland, A.S. and Murauskaya, H. (eds.) Les Musées de la nation: Creations, transpositions, renouveaux Europe, XIXe - XXIe siècle, L’Harmattan, France (In French)
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2007 The Past, the Present and the Future of Bulgaria’s Heritage Sites, in: Grabow S., Hull D. and Waterton E. (eds) Which past, whose future? Treatments of the past at the start of the 21st century, conference proceedings – May 20-21, 2005, University of York, Archaeopress: 121-6, Oxford, UK (In English)
Petkova, G. 2004 Some Issues Concerning Contemporary Museums, in: Dolak, J. (ed.) Museums in Transformation Process, Technical museum, Brno, Mazarykova Univerzita v Brne: 109-21, Check Republic (In English and Check)

Journals:
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2013 Before and After – Reflections on the History of Museums and Communism in Bulgaria, Museums History Journal, 6:2 (In English),
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2012 The Tsars of Bulgaria: Collections and Relics, Oxford Journal of the History of Collections, doi: 10.1093/jhc/fhr038 (In English)
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2010 Nineteenth Century Private Collections, Oxford Journal of the History of Collections, 22 (2), 245-55 (In English)
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2010 Bulgarian Museums in the Post-communist Period, Museum Management and Curatorship: 277 - 290 (In English)
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2010 Museum Representations in the Process of Culturing the Public, Museum History Journal, 3 (2): 171 - 188 (In English)
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2009 Communism and Museums, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 15 (5), 399-412 (In English)
Petkova, G. 2005 Bulgarian Living Town-museums, Centre for Preventive Conservation Journal, 10: 80-7, Serbia (In English and Serbian)
Petkova, G. 2004 How to get a 2000% profit from selling an object, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 10/4: 361-7, UK (In English)
Petkova, G. 2003/2004 Contemporary Museums, Centre for Preventive Conservation Journal, 9: 30-2, Serbia (In English and Serbian)

Newsletters:
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2012 International Museum News, The Museum of Socialist Art in Sofia, MGHG Newsletter, 15: June/July 2012, p. 7 (In English)

On-line:
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2012 Uses and Exploitation of History: Official History, Propaganda and Mythmaking in Bulgarian Museums, Great Narratives of the Past Traditions and Revisions in National Museums: Conference Proceedings from EuNaMus, European National Museums: Identity Politics, the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen, Paris 28 June – 1 July & 25–26 November 2011, Available http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp_article/index.en.aspx?issue=078;article=006 (In English)
Petkova-Campbell, G. 2009 How Can Museums Preserve Difficult Memories? [online] Available: http://www.sas.ac.uk/fileadmin/documents/postgraduate/Papers_London_Debates/Petkova_Campbell__Difficult_memories.pdf (In English)