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A programme of short papers from staff and student members of the Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage.

1.00-1.15
Welcome and introductions

1.15-1.45
John Wright and Kerry Harker, Blurring the boundaries: Reconsidering ‘public’ and ‘private’ in the alternative art market activities of artist-led groups, organisations and collectives

1.45-1.55
Zejun Yao, From Xijing Men to Fauve: individual as arts collective

1.55-2.25
Jade French, The Commissioners and The Commissioned

2.25-2.35
Nick Cass, Narrating time – the paradox of heritage atemporality

2.35-2.45
Anna Douglas, Shirley Baker exhibition in Manchester

2.45-3.00
Break

3.00-3.30
Joanne Williams, The Methodological and Theoretical Challenges of ‘Knowing’

3.30-3.40
Rob Knifton, Soundtrack of our lives: exploring intergenerational music heritage in everyday life

3.40-3.50
Helen Graham, Heritage, Agency, Structure: figuration, capacities, rhythm

3.50-4.00
Liz Stainforth, Thinking Heritage with Utopia

4.00-4.10
Claudia Sternberg, Curating (the First World) War: Thinking through a Centre for Critical Studies in Museums Galleries and Heritage Conference Call

4.10
Informal discussion

4.30
Close

The venue is Seminar Room 2.15 in the Baines Wing. If you would like to attend, please email Helen Graham to book a place.