Listening to the Mind (2013-2015)

With increasing interest in the representation of histories of mental health in museums, sound has played a key role as a tool to access a range of voices. This project investigates how sound can be used to give voice to

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Listening to the Mind (2013-2015)

With increasing interest in the representation of histories of mental health in museums, sound has played a key role as a tool to access a range of voices. This project investigates how sound can be used to give voice to

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Human Curiosities (2014-ongoing)

Collections of medical heritage are potentially useful for tackling some of today’s most pressing social and public health challenges. Moreover, European governments are increasingly turning to museums to undertake such work, in response to aging populations and declining budgets for

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Human Curiosities (2014-ongoing)

Collections of medical heritage are potentially useful for tackling some of today’s most pressing social and public health challenges. Moreover, European governments are increasingly turning to museums to undertake such work, in response to aging populations and declining budgets for

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Broadcasting Birth Control (2013)

Broadcasting Birth Control publisher’s page explores the films and radio and television broadcasts developed by twentieth-century birth control advocates to promote family planning at home in the United States, and in the expanding international arena of population control. Mass media

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Broadcasting Birth Control (2013)

Broadcasting Birth Control publisher’s page explores the films and radio and television broadcasts developed by twentieth-century birth control advocates to promote family planning at home in the United States, and in the expanding international arena of population control. Mass media

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Bio-Art, Ethics, and Engagement (2013-2014)

Scientists, policy makers, and social theorists acknowledge a current crisis in the public understanding of science, with significant consequences for policy and practice. This project analyses innovative approaches to science communication and engagement at the Waag Society, Amsterdam, and contextualizes

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Bio-Art, Ethics, and Engagement (2013-2014)

Scientists, policy makers, and social theorists acknowledge a current crisis in the public understanding of science, with significant consequences for policy and practice. This project analyses innovative approaches to science communication and engagement at the Waag Society, Amsterdam, and contextualizes

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Bioart: Altered Realities (2015)

This publication profiles contemporary art that demonstrates how advances in the life sciences and their application as biotechnology have a dislocating effect on culture. Specifically, these advances alter our notions of the self, environment, and the definition of life. Popular

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Bioart: Altered Realities (2015)

This publication profiles contemporary art that demonstrates how advances in the life sciences and their application as biotechnology have a dislocating effect on culture. Specifically, these advances alter our notions of the self, environment, and the definition of life. Popular

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Queering the Collections (2015-ongoing)

In March 2015, IHLIA, a Dutch organization for collecting and preserving archives related to LGBT history, hosted the symposium  ‘Queering the Collections.’ Building on similar efforts in the UK and USA, this Netherlands-based project unites people working in museums, archives,

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Queering the Collections (2015-ongoing)

In March 2015, IHLIA, a Dutch organization for collecting and preserving archives related to LGBT history, hosted the symposium  ‘Queering the Collections.’ Building on similar efforts in the UK and USA, this Netherlands-based project unites people working in museums, archives,

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AIDS History Digital Scrapbook (2016)

Medical heritage relating to recent history is vulnerable to destruction due to the undervaluation of its significance in medical settings, where resources are focused on contemporary health challenges rather than the preservation of the recent past. In the last five

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AIDS History Digital Scrapbook (2016)

Medical heritage relating to recent history is vulnerable to destruction due to the undervaluation of its significance in medical settings, where resources are focused on contemporary health challenges rather than the preservation of the recent past. In the last five

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