Projects

Heritage At A World In London 2017

Heritage at A World in London maps the diverse connections in museums and historic homes with Culture& and DJ Ritu on Resonance 104.4fm.

Each week one of our SOCL trainees explores the objects, figures and narratives of their heritage work in leading institutions whilst curating a playlist of sound clips, interviews and music from around the World.

Re-animating Archives– Layla Gatens, Culture&

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Social Radicalism and Making the Arts for Everyone– Charlotte Anderson, Southbank Centre

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Inconspicuous Heritage: Exploring LTM’s Collections– Donata Miller, London Transport Museum

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Transported by Women– Natasha Cambridge, London Transport Museum

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Hidden Histories at Kensington Palace: The Georgians– Jatinder Kailey, Historic Royal Palaces

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Diverse Histories- Shereen Hunte, Historic Royal Palaces

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In Search of Hidden Histories – Freya Monk-McGowan, Norfolk Museum Service

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Royal Collection Trust: Presenting Magnificence- Alice Houghton, Royal Collection Trust

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Collecting the Royal Collection Trust– Tanaya Basu De Sarkar, Royal Collection Trust

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Unravelling the Links between Art and the Army– Carine Harmand and Jetmire Dvorani, National Army Museum

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Unlocking the Remarkable World of Henrietta Howard at Marble Hill House– Mica Mannix, English Heritage

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Birmingham and Its People– Emma McNicol, Birmingham Museums Trust

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Community Spirit with The British Library– Amber Perrier, British Library

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Then and Now: Connecting 1917 to the Present– Samuel Ali, Museum of Croydon

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Herbert Toms, Original Hipster of Brighton– Henrik Yau, Brighton and Hove Museums

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