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May
Ex-curator blasts BPL security - Boston Herald
IT SHOULDN'T HAVE HAPPENED: Former Boston Public Library 'keeper of the prints' Sinclair Hitchings says the lost art is a result of the library's 'unprofessional behavior' and that had the library filled his position when he retired, the incident would ...
Source:  curator blasts BPL security

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23
May
Recipients of 25th annual Historic Preservation Awards announced - NJ.com
To celebrate May as National Preservation Month in New Jersey, the Department of Environmental Protection's Historic Preservation Office and the New Jersey Historic Sites Council have announced the recipients of the 25th Annual Historic Preservation ...
Source:  NJ.com

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23
May
Anthropology panel addresses social justice - The Stanford Daily
In the Intersections of Anthropology and Social Justice Panel on Wednesday students in the anthropology department presented on a diverse range of research projects and their own connection to issues of social justice. The panel, which is intended to ...
Source:  The Stanford Daily

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23
May
Historian Cracks a Code and Discovers a Possible Portrait of Shakespeare - Hyperallergic
The UK-based historian and botanist Mark Griffiths thinks he was, and what's more, he believes the book contains the only authentic portrait of Shakespeare drawn during his lifetime. The arts and antiquities magazine Country Life published the claim ...
Source:  Hyperallergic

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22
May
Hands-on Archaeology of New Mexico Exhibit at the Ruidoso Library - Ruidoso News
The Ruidoso Public Library hosts the Museum of New Mexico, Office of Archaeological Studies as it presents a one-day "Hands-on Archeology exhibit," 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 4. "It's a great program and it's being offered to us through this organization ...
Source:  on Archaeology of New Mexico Exhibit at the Ruidoso Library

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22
May
Students get hands dirty with Mernda flour mill site archaeology tour - Herald Sun
Students from Morang South Primary School and Mill Park Secondary College toured the site during the second stage of the Heritage Victoria excavation project as part of National Archaeology Week. Heritage Victoria principal archaeologist and director ...
Source:  Herald Sun

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22
May
Parker's Wins Historic Preservation Award - CSPnet.com
Convenience-store retailer Parker's recently won a Historic Savannah Foundation Historic Preservation Award for the company's renovation of the Philbrick-Eastman House. The Historic Savannah Foundation recognized the winners at its annual Preservation ...
Source:  CSPnet.com

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22
May
'Bones' Exclusive Interview: The 5 Most Difficult and Fascinating Things about ... - BuddyTV (blog)
I recently had the pleasure of talking with Kathy Reichs, the creator of Bones character, forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan. Joining us was her daughter, Kerry, who co-wrote this season's "The Woman in the Whirlpool" episode. Though Kathy ...
Source:  BuddyTV (blog)

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22
May
Book award is an acknowledgement of Māori history - Scoop.co.nz (press release)
In addition to being a history, it is based on research on genetics and climate science as well as archaeology, anthropology, ethnography (the study of culture) and paleoecology (study of past ecosystems or environments, reconstructed from fossils ...
Source:  Scoop.co.nz (press release)

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22
May
Acclaimed historian turns gaze on the incarceration of Japanese Americans ... - 89.3 KPCC
Acclaimed historian turns gaze on the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. by AirTalk May 21, 10:54 AM. 105736 full. Members of the Japanese-American Mochida family awaiting re-location to a camp, Hayward, California. Dorothea ...
Source:  89.3 KPCC

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