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I was down on the South Coast last Friday with one of my colleagues comparing notes on how we manage our respective places. At our visit to Wembury beach we came across this huge block of palm oil which had been washed up on the beach.This palm oil has come from a tanker I suspect that has washed it tanks out at sea…. 104 more words
Challenging histories: what place do lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer identities have in museums and historic houses?
Last month the National Trust’s Sutton House celebrated LGBT History Month with an exhibition called ’Master-Mistress: passion, desire and ambiguities in Shakespeare’s sonnets’. The exhibition, curated by Sean Curran, raised questions about gender, desire and sexuality in Shakespeare’s sonnets, encouraging the visitor to contemplate the fluidity of such identities in history. 103 more words