An analysis of the “Round Table of Santiago” of 1972, the social role of museums, and its relevance to sustainability in the present.

Cristóbal Bize and Karin Weil

This report’s principal goal is to introduce the theoretical and conceptual background that sustains the applied research proposed and undertaken, that seeks to study the validity of the principles of the Round Table of Santiago in the context of the study of sustainability in museums of small and medium scale in the Los Rios Region, to generate--at the end of the process--a manual with recommendations for this type of museums.

  • museology
  • Community
  • sustainability
  • exhibiting
  • migration
  • gender
  • Heritage
  • Museums
  • Social development
  • Cultural landscape
  • Ecomuseum
  • Territory
  • Education