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MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies have curated nine new online exhibitions using a range of open access collections.
Postgraduate Researcher Stuart Bowes looks back over the three years of his PhD with the Royal Armouries and the University of Leeds. After three years, 83,000 words, and one global pandemic, I have just submitted my PhD thesis for examination.
In a new blog post, Postgraduate Researcher Stuart Bowes reflects on the growing intersection of his key research themes, as his collaborative PhD with the Royal Armouries draws to a close.
An article by Stuart Bowes reflecting on the role of the Museum Registrar and collections management practice has been published in the latest edition of Museum and Society.
Dr Dibyadyuti Roy will be giving a talk about ontologies of digital humanities in and from the Global South, at a research forum organised by the Asian, African, Middle Eastern Studies Interest Group. Taking place online on 25 April, this online event will feature three prominent speakers who have worked on a variety of important...
Postgraduate Researcher Dominic Bilton will be speaking about the exhibition (Un)Defining Queer at this year’s Queer Heritage and Collections Network Symposium.
Research Associate Dr Arran Rees talks about a survey he recently undertook on queer cataloguing in museums in a new Medium post. Arran wrote up the post after giving a talk at the Science Museum’s LGBTQ+ Research Seminar Series in January.
Museums and Participation: Loosening the Difficulty is a two day workshop taking place on 14 and 15 June 2023 at the University of Leeds, organised by the Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage. Doing participation in museums has always been hard – and it is hard in new ways in the new conjuncture...
Stuart Bowes recounts his experience of presenting the current findings of his PhD at the European Registrars Conference 2022.