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Stefan Hanß 14h
EARLY X-MAS: our series, jointly hosted by & , continues 2020 thanks to the generous support of ! Exciting speakers in a radically interdisciplinary studies series
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Dr Jonathan Foyle Sep 18
Three Historical Discoveries, today only: 1) The embroidery panel from the bed of the Duke who arranged the marriage of Louis XIV to Maria Theresa of Spain Now in the Musee Basque, Bayonne
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The Warburg Library May 28
Some manuscript waste from the 's rare books room! 📚
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Alexandra Thelin Blackowski May 27
Sweet dress of red & white striped cotton and red, white & blue eyelet by American designer Gilbert Adrian, c1944. Unique torso with inverted V design and playful stripes, along with a useful pocket! Fun & patriotic
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Jaipreet Virdi Oct 28
Hi -- please share this announcement: the Hagley Program in the History of Capitalism, Technology & Culture is accepting MA and PhD applications. I'm also taking on students interested in & & ! Details:
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Shirley Wajda Oct 20
and folks--I've been researching how American , , and are exhibited in museums and historic houses. Time to discover what I may have missed. What kitchens and stuff have you seen in museums?
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Medieval Warhorse Oct 16
Come work with us on ! We are looking for a to research in the medieval period as part of our Warhorse Project. ⚔️🐴
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Georgian Papers Programme Jul 31
One of the more macabre items you can find in the Georgian Papers is this piece of cloth, which one Sarah E. Clayton (a Georgian royal fan), kept in her scrapbook. Why macabre? She claimed it was used to cover the coffin of George III
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Matthew Chalmers Aug 22
A terrific example of a Talmud MS written *without* the nested box layout familiar from the Bomberg print: two columns; entire Mishnah, then entire Gemara; few additional commentary and reading aids
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Dr Alison Mayne Oct 29
Very happy to have this just flop through the letterbox... is very much my bag: , , what things mean & what things are things
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Carsten Timmermann Oct 16
& tweeps: can anyone point me to publications on interesting projects (especially research but also exhibits) involving old slides -- lantern slides, histology slides etc created for medical teaching and/or research?
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Zara Anishanslin Dec 10
My inner warrior princess has found her weapons cache
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Julie Hardwick Nov 4
Compelling start the week reminder from the 17th c that we are just passing through our "one wild and precious life" (in the words of Mary Oliver).
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Rebecca L. Davis Sep 26
A grad student in my gender/sexuality history class is writing a thesis about . (SO COOL) She's developing a reading list about glitter in and art. Suggestions?
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Alexandra Thelin Blackowski Jun 5
c1928 American dress with metallic embroidery. The new, shorter hem and tubular silhouette gave the wearer so much more freedom after corseted styles with restrictive skirts had been the norm for decades. So fun and free! Lovely!
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Sara Georgini Sep 27
💎A few national treasures 💎 on tap for tomorrow’s workshop featuring ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩!
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Richard Calis Nov 14
interested in and : This here is a great blog post about early modern Dutch scholars and their Japanese robes!
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Molebogeng Mo Sithole Oct 18
Listen, this swag had me like 👇🏾 Have you seen the drip, the colours, the jive? I’m here for it all! Check it out by downloading the & peep whole boxset here:
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Leanne Calvert Nov 1
One of my favourite weeks on my level 5 Family History module this afternoon
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Marla Miller Jun 29
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