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From practice to policy: how open research is changing research culture in cultural heritage - Jill Dye, Andrea Cop

The role of the museum (to preserve, interpret and make accessible collections and heritage) means that open access, in the broadest sense, has always been part of our purpose. Organisational…

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Make Theory Work for You - SJCA Podcast

Callum McGregor and Barbara Becnel talk about her research in prison reform and street culture.

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Welcome to Interdisciplinary Futures

Professor Chris Speed, Director of Edinburgh Futures Institute, welcomes students who have been offered a place on the MA Interdiscplinary Futures programme.

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Postgraduate Virtual Open Day for 2022 entry - an Introduction to the MSc in Intermediality: Literature, Film and the Arts in Dialogue

Join Professor Marion Schmid and Dr Fabien Arribert-Narce for a virtual introduction to the MSc in Intermediality: Literature, Film and the Arts in Dialogue at the University of Edinburgh. This short…

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History of Art Research Seminar 13 October 2021

Prof. Nizan Shaked (California State University, Long Beach) Museums and Wealth: the Politics of Contemporary Art Collections Abstract: Museums and Wealth: the Politics of Contemporary Art…

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Frauds and Fakes

Are all the instruments on display authentic? Well, yes and no. Learn about one ‘fake’ harpsichord on display and why an unscrupulous antiques dealer named Franciolini created it.

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Collecting

Collecting is something many of us do, at all stages of life – but how does this work for the Musical Instrument Collection at St Cecilia's Hall?

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History of Art Research Seminar 13 January 2021

The Brutish Museums by Prof Dan Hicks, Professor of Contemporary Archaeology at Oxford and Curator at the Pitt Rivers. Dan Hicks FSA is Professor of Contemporary Archaeology at the University of…

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Introduction to IFP art and design courses

Senior Teaching Fellow Robbie Bushe gives an overview of the two art and design courses on International Foundation Programme offer vey the Centre for Open Learning.

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Historians on Dundas and Slavery - 7 July 2020

Urgent discussions are taking place across the world about monuments and streets dedicated to Henry Dundas, mainly focused on his insertion of ‘gradual’ into the 1792 bill for the…

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Museums and AI: Imagining the AI we want for museums

A CDCS Digital Cultural Heritage research cluster event. Museums are, by their very nature, data-centric institutions. AI technologies bring new opportunities and challenges to the collection and…

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Wikimania 2019: Creating visibility for the world’s cultural heritage institutions

https://wikimania.wikimedia.org/wiki/2019:Program Through this presentation we will introduce the efforts to collect information about the cultural heritage institutions (often called GLAM, an…

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Wikidata loves Galleries, Libraries, Archives & Museums - Jason Evans, National Library of Wales at WikidataCon 2017

Wikidata Loves GLAMs - Jason Evans, National Library of Wales (GLAM is a term used to describe Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums). This talk will highlight ways that GLAM's of all…

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Wikimania 2017 - GLAM afternoon session

Wikimania 2017 - Day 2, GLAM afternoon session Small GLAMs: opportunities & possibilities of working together with small cultural heritage institutions Michelle van Lanschot (Mtmlan84) - …

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