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Heritage in Austerity Britain

By James Dowsett – @jdowsea

James in an MPhil Student in Modern British History at Cambridge. His research focusses on plebeian constitutionalism in the long eighteenth-century. 661 more words

Doing History In Public

January Musings

We now have entered our second year living in the Netherlands. It has been such a great experience. Landing here last year in the cold, dark, wetness of winter, we weren’t quite sure of the soundness of our decision to move here. 674 more words

Daily Life

Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art, February 14 - May 15, 2016

“Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective is the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s work to take place in New York, bringing together some 200 works, the majority made between the years 1963 to 1975. 877 more words


Album 1

A mish-mash of the first few days

Roco’s tacos and tequila bar.

Brooklyn museum selfie

Brooklyn museum chairs.


Exhibition of Coney Island

Warhol/Campbells – similacrum… 81 more words


Museums, STEM, and the Vital Role of Humanities

This week, Brandy Schillace (public engagement fellow at Dittrick and editor of MedHum Fiction | Daily Dose) posted about the intersections of STEM and humanities at museums. 922 more words

Medical History

African Art Star El Anatsui, Warhol Museum's Eric Shiner Lead Armory Show Talks

While there will be plenty to see on the fair floor during New York’s annual Armory Show, there will also be some serious discussions happening on the sidelines in the fair’s talks programming. 252 more words


Kuching, Malaysia: Rainy Day Wandering

So, it rained today. This is not shocking. It has rained at least once a day almost every day that I’ve been in Malaysia. It is rainy season after all…But this shouldn’t be a deterrent to visitors. 884 more words

Southeast Asia