What: Historic Preservation Continuing Education Courses and Workshops
1 and 2 April 2019
Antiquarian 'Science' in the Scholarly Society
Society of Antiquaries of London
Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BE
This is workshop two of the AHRC International Networking Grant: Collective Wisdom: Collecting in the early modern academy) led by Anna Marie Roos and Vera Keller.
What books or articles should be more widely read in food studies?
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Panel ‘Decolonizing Fashion’ at the Costume Society of America 2019 Symposium
Natural history museums preserve a considerable, yet often unacknowledged part of the world’s colonial heritage. Their identity, collections, exhibitions and, importantly, much of their research activities are based on objects which underwent multifold translocations from colonized territories to museums in the Global North. Natural history museums took advantage of colonial endeavours and were deeply entangled in the exploitation of the colonies.
Chairs: Deborah L. Krohn and Catherine L. Whalen, Bard Graduate Center
CFP: Material, Materiality, Materialism Session
College Art Association Annual Conference, February 13-16, 2019, New York City
Guest Editor: Charles Reagan Wilson