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I’ve recently completed a draft chapter on the way in which archives make records relating to same-sex love accessible, both to academics and the public. For most historians, their research begins and remains in the archive and with the records they contain. 767 more words
by William Van Vugt.
This past fall I was on sabbatical leave and spent much of it researching local history in Yorkshire, England. I had to travel quite widely, alone, throughout that lovely part of the world to work at a number of archives and libraries. 866 more words
“Take visitors to the movies instead of showing them the credits,” said Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) director Maxwell Anderson in 2009. His speech was designed to encourage museums to “tell stories behind and about the objects, their context in history and in the life of the museum, and providing experiences that are ‘tactile, sensual, and visceral’” via digital technology. 365 more words
Throughout my professional life and my academic endeavors, I have been involved in numerous projects that utilized project teams, project managers, documents, and deliverables. However, I have never been associated with a website or design project, so reading… 379 more words
This blog article will be the first of several over the next month documenting a research trip to the West Indies. On 30 March 2014, I flew from Glasgow International to London then onto Port of Spain, Trinidad for a stopover and eventually Kingston. 363 more words