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Sailing an unchartered territory: What values are created during museum-community inclusion projects?

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How can we use the past to better understand the present, and influence the future? A new wave of community involvement in the museum sector has produced a nuanced approach to bringing history to life. San Salvador, a life-size replica of the first Spanish Galleon to reach California in 1542, was just recently built by local community members and the Maritime Museum of San Diego. Six years, and over six million dollars later, I will explore the values created between this large-scale community project and the people involved.

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