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Corinium Cockerel: 3D modelled poem

One of the off-shoots from the Residency at the Roman Museum in Canterbury was a commission by the Corinium Museum in Cirencester. I wrote this piece about a famous and beautiful artefact Рthe Cirencester Cockerel.  36 more words

Let's Explore

Strolling along the Canterbury High Street, you have a variety of options for a quick snack. In efforts to merge outside my typical Marks & Spencer Food Hall, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to get outside my comfort zone. 522 more words

Blogging

Just call me Doctor!

At last! ¬†After five and a half years (plus a year preparing my research proposal) I’ve finally finished my PhD and earned the right to put ‘Doctor’ in front of my name. 547 more words

A Little Bit About Myself...

Hey there! My name is Max Beckett. I’m a 19-year-old English Language and Linguistics student at the University of Kent. I live in Brentwood, Essex and I am hugely into all types of music, Breaking Bad and Ipswich Town Football Club. 831 more words

Biography

Be a Tourist in Your Own City!

I’ve lived in England now for ten months now, which come to think of it, sounds completely odd. It’s been a rollercoaster of an adventure whilst my time in Canterbury. 256 more words

Blogging

Ta da ...

More work from In The Dock. Running until Saturday 12th July.






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Photography and the humanity of the moment - final year student projects

Robert Frank commented that ‘photography must contain the humanity of the moment.’ What better combination then than photography and anthropology? In their final term year some visual anthropology students at the University of Kent have combined the two to explore different aspects of contemporary life, from the experience of refugee children in Kent, the use of body art as political expression, and the movement of seafood from ocean to stomach. 241 more words

Visual Anthropology