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Decolonising Dulwich Picture Gallery: revealing systemic racism in the history of England’s first purpose-built public art gallery through a ficto-critical encounter with its archive
This dissertation will use Dulwich Picture Gallery as a case study for exploring how art institutions can revaluate their own histories in light of the urgent contemporary issue of systemic racism. The history of the public life of Dulwich Picture Gallery will be presented through a site writing methodology (Rendell 2010). Utilising a fictocritical approach archival sources will be reanimated to subvert the history of one of Sir John Soane’s most famous surviving buildings

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How can archaeological archives be used as a resource for formal education in universities and informal education for adult learners?
Archaeological archives are excellent ex situ resources for learning, however it is generally acknowledged that they are traditionally underused due to a variety of complex factors. The present study investigates how this situation has changed over the past for museums in England with stored archaeological collections, particularly to what extent they are used as a learning tool for formal education in universities and informal education for adult learners today.

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