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Empire of Whom? How Tate Britain's history of the British Empire marginalized perspectives of the colonized

An essay written for Art Asia Pacific Issue: 100, Sept/Oct 2016

The title of the Tate Britain exhibition “Artist and Empire: Facing Britain’s Imperial Past” overstated the reach of the actual show. 155 more words

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The Seven Best Exhibitions of 2016

Taylor Wessing 2015 at National Portrait Gallery

Artist and Empire at Tate Britain

Beyond Caravaggio at National Gallery

The Vanity of Small Differences: Grayson Perry at Victoria Art Gallery, Bath… 26 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: 'FAMOUS BRAND NAMES & THEIR ORIGINS'.

Reviewer: NZ Crown Mines

Title: Famous Brand Names & Their Origins

Author: Kathy Martin

Total No. of Pages: 178

Rating Scale (1: very poor; 10: excellent): 9½ 524 more words

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Malcom/Malcolm Bond Shelley

Malcolm Bond Shelley born 8th July 1879 and educated at Dulwich College and then Cambridge became one of the thousands of able and competent civil servants in the British Empire. 778 more words

Climategate II, NOAA Whistleblower, Exclusive Background

Get the full historical background behind the Climategate II story provided by NOAA whistleblower Dr John Bates. “NOAA breached its own rules on scientific integrity when it published the sensational but flawed report, aimed at making the maximum possible impact on world leaders including Barack Obama and David Cameron at the UN climate conference in Paris in 2015.”

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Current Affairs Without History

Current affairs cannot be understood without an appreciation of history. It goes without saying that history is an ongoing process, and that the status quo of politics and international relations in which we operate is the culmination of centuries of events. 1,964 more words

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