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Material culture as a meaningful primary source: An introduction to incorporating objects into your research.

Tabitha Baker, one of our PGR students will give an enlightening and interactive workshop on using Material Culture as a meaningful source.

This workshop will provide the opportunity for students working in a range of disciplines to explore the concept of material culture. By the end of this workshop participants will have engaged with the following principal topics:

  • How can objects aid academic research?
  • Familiarising oneself with the unfamiliar: methodological approaches to object analysis;
  • Practicalities of object-based research: advice for using museum, archive and private collections;
  • Object examination (practical group activity)

Thursday 4th May, 10am - 12pm, Room H450, Humanities Building. Please submit the booking form below:


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