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With an Open Mind and Open Heart

Collections Care at the Laboratory of Archaeology

Kate Roth

Views into Museum Procedures: Hope and Practice at the National Museum of the American Indian .” Pp. 72 – 80 in Peers and Brown 2003a . Roth , Kate . 2015 . “ Practices of Collaboration: Exploring Institutional Culture at the Laboratory of

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Mohamed Assaf and Kate Clanchy


Five poems written by Mohamed Assaf (a young Syrian boy who currently lives in Oxford with his family and studies at Oxford Spires Academy) under the mentorship of the poet Kate Clanchy. The introduction and poems themselves offer a reflection on Mohamed’s old and new place(s) in the world, and the signifi cance of writing as a way of responding to, and resisting, “refugeedom.”

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Robyn Singleton, Jacqueline Carter, Tatianna Alencar, Alicia Piñeirúa-Menéndez, and Kate Winskell

-education interventions that aim to influence harmful cultural norms and behaviors. Acknowledgments Kate Winskell’s spouse serves as a paid consultant to Global Dialogues Trust. The terms of this arrangement have been reviewed and approved by Emory University in

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Imperial Mobility

Circulation as History in East Asia under Empire

Kate McDonald

Histories of modern mobility often assume that modern forms of movement arrived in East Asia as part of a universal process of historical development. This article shows that the valorization of modern mobility in East Asia emerged out of the specific context of Euro-American imperial encroachment and Japanese imperial expansion. Through an examination of the tropes of opening and connecting, the article argues that the mobility of the modern can be understood as an “imperial” mobility in two senses: one, as a key component in European, American, and Japanese arguments for the legitimacy of empire; and two, as a global theory of history that constituted circulation as a measure of historical difference.

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Your “Eyesore,” My History?

People and “Dead” Cars in a Remote Aboriginal Community

Kate Senior, Richard Chenhall, and Daphne Daniels

In this article we visit a car junkyard in the small Arnhem Land outstation of Nalawan in the top end of Australia’s Northern Territory. Using both a mobilities paradigm and recent theorizing of waste from the global south, we will argue through our ethnographic observations that the wrecked cars become mobile, reassembled, and reconceptualized in a range of surprising ways. Though now immobile, the stories they encapsulate continue to circulate and reverberate with the complexities and tensions of Indigenous mobilities.

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Dan Smith

nineteenth-century pamphlets and book frontispieces, are a familiar trope in Plender’s work. 9 There are named characters depicted on this page, the book’s cast of players: Kate and Maggie Fox, Emanuel Swedenborg, Andrew Jackson Davis. Davis speaks of seeing

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Nicholas Robinette

–181. 9 Barker, A Haunt of Fears , 21. 10 Heidi MacDonald and Paul Gravett, ‘Paul Gravett Interview Special’ (21 February 2014), in PW Comics World: More to Come , prod. Kate Fitzsimmons, podcast, 40:00, www

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Alex Link

example, throughout From Hell Marie Kelly is, by turns, Mary Kelly, Abberline’s Emma, Julia, Mrs. Barnett, Mrs. Barrett, Kate Eddowes, Mary to the ‘other Mary’ Mary or Polly Nicholls, and ultimately the ‘saint’ Sickert thought of when he first laid eyes

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Pogo, Pop and Politics

Robert Benayoun on Comics and Roy Lichtenstein

Gavin Parkinson

) by Tad Dorgan in Stuart Davis’s Lucky Strike (1924) (though he was aware of the earlier 1921 painting with the same title), nor Kurt Schwitters’s use of comics in his collage Untitled (for Kate) (1947) and certainly not Philip Pearlstein

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Kylie Message, Eleanor Foster, Joanna Cobley, Shih Chang, John Reeve, Grace Gassin, Nadia Gush, Esther McNaughton, Ira Jacknis, and Siobhan Campbell

hundreds of years of scientific exploration, adventure, war, and empire-building, powered by the passions, money, and curious minds of scientists, politicians, and moneyed individuals, steered “The Birth of the Museum.” In line with Kate Hill's (2016