Posts Tagged "public engagement"

August 2013: Postdoc Temi Odumosu lecture for International Slavery Remembrance Day at National Maritime Museum London

August 2013: Postdoc Temi Odumosu lecture for International Slavery Remembrance Day at National Maritime Museum London

On the 23rd August 2013, several of the UK’s museums observed the UNESCO International Slavery Remembrance Day, which marks the anniversary of the first successful slave uprising in the western hemisphere, on 23 August in Haiti in 1791. This year the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London, compiled a programme of public events that included talks…

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July 2013: EUROTAST Job opportunity for experienced researcher at University of York (Deadline: 19th August 2013)

Marie Curie Experienced Researcher (ER2) – Dissemination & Outreach Department: Archaeology Based at: University of York – King’s Manor, York city centre Hours of work: Full-time Contract status: Fixed term – FULL JOB DETAIL DOWNLOADABLE HERE Application Deadline: 19th August 2013 EUROTAST is looking for an Experienced Researcher (ER) with a focus on public engagement,…

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May 2013: Copenhagen team lead discussions for teachers slavery inspiration day

May 2013: Copenhagen team lead discussions for teachers slavery inspiration day

On 2 May 2013, the Natural History Museum in Copenhagen hosted an inspiration day for Danish teachers on slavery called “Slavery and the Slave Trade: An Interdisciplinary perspective” (SEE PDF). The day was aimed at educators across the curriculum subject range – both in primary and high school school – and included presentations with historical, natural history,…

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