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Young Voices series: What's life like travelling for the shows?

This video is part of the STEP Young Voices project. In collaboration with young people from travelling communities, and Animation Jam, the video series aims to raise awareness of Traveller culture…

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A New Open GLAM Program at Creative Commons

SpeakersBrigitte Vezina AbstractGLAMs’ public interest mission is squarely aligned with the open access ethos. Indeed, making their collections as openly accessible, shareable, and reusable as…

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M&M Episode 26: The one where we talk to Dr Glaire Anderson

The twenty-sixth episode of the Michael and Myles (M&M) podcast sees us talking with Dr Glaire Anderson about her incredible work at the intersections of the digital, history, art and…

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Young Voices series: How does life as a Traveller relate to a school-based education?

This video is part of the STEP Young Voices project. In collaboration with young people from travelling communities, and Animation Jam, the video series aims to raise awareness of Traveller culture…

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Young Voices series: What do you think would make education more inclusive for Travellers?

This video is part of the STEP Young Voices project. In collaboration with young people from travelling communities, and Animation Jam, the video series aims to raise awareness of Traveller culture…

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Young Voices Series: Do you think Traveller culture is well understood in schools?

This video is part of the STEP Young Voices project. In collaboration with young people from travelling communities, and Animation Jam, the video series aims to raise awareness of Traveller culture…

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Wiki Loves Monuments

Wiki Loves Monuments is an international photo competition which takes part throughout the month of September every year, and is supported by the Wikimedia Foundation. The aim is to crowdsource as…

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Linking UNESCO heritage data with Wikidata - Navino Evans, Histropedia

Presentation by Navino Evans, Histropedia Linking UNESCO heritage data with Wikidata so it can be visualised, connected with other data about the world, and provide direct access to all available…

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Using Wikidata to link connections in Oxford and beyond - Dr. Martin Poulter

Presentation by Dr. Martin Poulter, Wikimedia consultant Using Wikidata to create and visualise pathways that join up collections within Oxford and beyond. On 19 June 2020, the Science Museum…

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Exploring the educational potential of Cultural Heritage in Wikidata - when GLAM and Education collide

Presentation by Shani Evenstein Sigalov Educator, researcher and Free Knowledge advocate When GLAM & Education Collide: Exploring the educational potential of Cultural Heritage in Wikidata. …

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Culture, capital, and social inequality Part 2

Hiring as cultural matching, omnivourous and eclectic taste, and workers experiences

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Culture, capital, and social inequality Part 1

A discussion of class pay gaps and elite professions, with the question of how 'culture' helps to explain inequalities

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Cultural consumption- From Bourdieu to the Omnivore and beyond Part3

Part 3 of the cultural consumption lecture for the history of art inequality course

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Cultural consumption- From Bourdieu to the Omnivore and beyond Part2

Part 2 of the cultural consumption lecture for the history of art inequality course

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Cultural consumption- From Bourdieu to the Omnivore and beyond Part1

Part 1 of the cultural consumption lecture for the history of art inequality course

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Part 4: cultural capital, gender and race

A brief concluding discussion of cultural capital, and the impact of race and gender on cultural workers' experiences in their careers

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