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Seminar: Can Social History Collections Be Decolonised?

Thursday 28th March, 2019

University College London

10am-16:30pm

Museum Detox & the Social History Curators' Group invite you to 'Can Social History Be Decolonised?', a one-day seminar examining and exploring definitions of, approaches to, and reflections on decolonising social history collections. 

Through a combination of presentations, activities, facilitated sessions and a walk, this seminar encourages social history museum practitioners to develop and broaden their understanding of decolonising practices in the heritage sector, reflect on their own work and to consider how different approaches could be relevant to their work.

This seminar is suitable for practitioners who are interested in developing their understanding of decolonisation and its application in a social history heritage context. It is suitable for those with basic to intermediate knowledge of decolonising approaches.

SHCG and Museum Detox members £35; non-members £50

Lunch not included

To book your place, please fill in this form.

We are offering one free place to a SHCG member and one to a Museum Detox member who has not previously attended a SHCG event. Please complete this form to apply.

For a full details please download the information and programme below.

 

Information and programme