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Sarah Brown Jul 18
Are museums ‘undertakers’ of stuff?
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Alison Grange Jul 19
Post conference drinks.....And relax....
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Sarah Cartwright Jul 19
Getting ready to start... Exciting!
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Diana Morton Jul 19
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Emma McMullen Jul 17
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Helen Taylor Jul 18
Saw this on facebook think it aptly describes the muggyness
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Jul 19
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Emma Harper Jul 19
Some great discussions to end from museum as muck
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Emma Harper Jul 19
Lovely to get people talking after lunch as to where the tense silences are in our collections thanks
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Jack Ord Jul 20
"It was the 80s"- the unofficial sub-theme of this year's conference day 1!
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Jude Holland Jul 19
really interesting presentation at re interpreting industrial history through sound
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Sarah Cartwright Jul 19
Neither the boggin train window nor the minging weather outside can dampen my happy glow from today's conference. Thanks again guys! Your grand effort was rewarded by a great event! 😁
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Curatorial Research Centre Jul 18
Like the gap narrowing being discussed by between household and societal attitudes to disposing of things and museums’ attitudes. We’d add “new or renewed purpose” as a reason to keep
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Jude Holland Jul 19
Fab presentation from today at on deciding how to classify objects which defy classification Should we classify collections? Yes, to make them much more accessible for all to browse and explore.
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Jude Holland Jul 19
Morning Edinburgh! Strolling through Hollyrood park on my way to
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Alison Grange Jul 20
On the way home after . Thank you to all of our amazing speakers and delegates! But thanks most of all to for being the best co-organiser anyone could hope for! Let's start planning 2020....in a few days....
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Sarah Cartwright Jul 19
Keynote speaker at Jocelyn Dodd from University of Leicester... "50yrs since man went to the moon... 50yrs on from that and disabled ppl still can't access public transport"
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Lydia Saul Jul 19
Thanks to all the hard work of SHCG conference organisers Lauren and Alison for a great 2 days full of thought provoking talks and lovely time for networking in Edinburgh.
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Diana Morton Jul 19
Talking about gender and representation in museums
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Social History Curators Group Jul 19
is almost over (except for those visiting Dundee on Sat). Thank you to everyone who spoke and joined us. See you next year!
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