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Preservation in Pink

Genealogy Gems

  • Episode 178 - CeCe More on DNA, 2nd Qtr Book Club book announced!
    Episode 178Lisa Louise CookeNiche record collections that might just be what you are looking for. Interview with genetic genealogist CeCe Moore about using DNA for genealogy research, adoption, and the Finding Your Roots TV show. Announcement of…
    - 42 days ago, 10 Apr 15, 6:43pm -
  • Episode 177 - Interview with the Author of Orphan Train
    This episode features our interview with Christina Baker Kline, the author of our Genealogy Gems Book Club featured book Orphan Train. The book spent five weeks at the #1 spot on the New York Times Bestselling list as well as time at the top of The…
    - 73 days ago, 10 Mar 15, 4:05pm -
  • Episode 176 - RootsTech Roundup, Writing Your History, DNA and Surnames
    Download the show notes hereIn this episode we are going to check in with our Genealogy Gems Book Club Guru Sunny Morton on our featured book Orphan Train, and some additional books you’ll want to add to your reading list that also provide in…
    - 88 days ago, 23 Feb 15, 9:50pm -

Elizabeth M. Covart

  • NEW!Finding Your Next Book or Where Do Ideas Come From?
    Where do book ideas come from? As a first and second year graduate student, I was obsessed with this question. I spent an inordinate amount of time wondering how my professors came up with great article, book, and dissertation topics. On numerous o…
    - 7 hours ago, 22 May 15, 5:30am -
  • NEW!Wednesday Link Roundup #96: Whiskey, Bourbon, and History Fun
    Wednesday Link Roundup: Links to the most interesting history, news, and writing posts that passed through my RSS and Twitter feeds over the last week.   History The Atlantic explores the history of distilling in “The Jewish Origins of Kentucky Bo…
    - 2 days ago, 20 May 15, 5:30am -
  • History Communicators’ Chat No. 1
    On Wednesday May 13, 2015, historians interested in furthering the idea of “history communicators” and integrating the position into the historical profession convened on Twitter for the first of many #histcomm chats. Jackie Jecha storified the…
    - 3 days ago, 19 May 15, 5:30am -

The Green Preservationist

My Own Time Machine

  • I’d like to give thanks, and you should too
    Preservation (or conservation, or celebration of built heritage, or whatever you want to call it) is often such a long, quiet process that we fail to fully recognize or appreciate our successes.  It is one thing to breathe a sigh of relief when the…
    - 27 Nov 14, 9:01am -
  • Why I like old buildings
    Though my earliest memories are of a house of relatively modern vintage, that was simply where I lived.  The real world was all about old buildings: the wooden two-room schoolhouse for first and second grades that seemed straight out of a Norman Roc…
    - 20 Nov 14, 1:31pm -
  • Dear Developer: Is that much density really necessary?
    Voice an opinion on the future of the Mattison estate/Lindenwold Castle/St. Mary’s. Attend the meeting TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 at 6:30pm  at the Upper Dublin Township building on Loch Alsh Avenue, Fort Washington. The commissioner’s vote on the pro…
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ArchaeoBlog

  • NEW!Childhood archaeology?
    Colorado archaeologist excavates his childhood toys, discovers himselfIn 2008, History Colorado archaeologist Thomas Carr discovered an artifact in his boyhood home in North Carolina: a piece of grey and green plastic sticking out of the dirt. He kn…
    - 1 day ago, 21 May 15, 2:26am -
  • NEW!New old tools
    Really old: Archaeologists Find Earliest Stone Tools in KenyaArchaeologists working in the desert badlands of Kenya have uncovered dozens of stone tools crafted 3.3 million years ago, the earliest evidence of technology on Earth.For a long time, ma…
    - 1 day ago, 21 May 15, 2:21am -
  • NEW!“Until you can empty your own wheelbarrows, forget it.”
    An English ‘Family Business,’ Dedicated To A 2,000-Year-Old Roman FortFor the last couple of millennia, Vindolanda was hidden underground. This ancient Roman fort was buried beneath trees, then fields where oblivious farmers planted crops and gr…
    - 1 day ago, 21 May 15, 1:56am -

UNESCO World Heritage Sites on Flickr

Denizli - Pamukkale
Denizli - Pamukkale
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Denizli - Pamukkale
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Denizli - Pamukkale
Denizli - Pamukkale
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Denizli - Pamukkale
Denizli - Pamukkale
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Denizli - Pamukkale
Denizli - Pamukkale
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Passing By
Passing By
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iGuidez

  • Cavrò
    Serving diverse local traditional Italian dishes, prepared with the same care of those where they come from. There's a rich range from appetizers to desserts, tapas and tasting teasers. The restaurant has also a wine bar with a choice of 200 labels.…
    - 5 days ago, 17 May 15, 9:48pm -
  • SteamStation Pub
    The first Steam Punk pub in Bologna with live music, theatre performances, art exhibitions and games every weekend. They serve inimitable special cocktails of fire and steam and stock a wide selection of absinthe and exclusive beers.This is the f…
    - 22 days ago, 30 Apr 15, 1:41pm -
  • Il Punto Pub
    Recently new to Bologna, Il Punto specializes in craft beer. It's a relaxing atmosphere attended by a mix of clientele. Highlights include regular beer tastings and evenings of food pairing. 100 different bottled beers while the eight on tap are freq…
    - 37 days ago, 15 Apr 15, 8:19pm -
  • Ristorante Sikelia
    A very chic and posh restaurant in the center of Bologna that places great responsibility on serving high quality food with maximum discreetness. Their speciality dishes of fish are carefully prepared with attention to detail and they offer an ample…
    - 13 Jan 15, 10:02pm -
  • O Fiore Mio
    Introducing a new type of 'street food' pizzeria with pizzas that are distinctly lighter and easier to digest and produced from dough made with yeast and wholemeal flour cooked slowly over longer periods. Raw materials are sourced from Slow Food prod…
    - 13 Jan 15, 9:56pm -

Emerging Conservation Professionals Network

  • Publishing Opportunities for Emerging Conservators: News In Conservation IIC Newsletter
    The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC) is a London-based membership organization with worldwide reach. IIC members come not only from the conservation community, but also from many other fields engaged in c…
    - 18 Jul 12, 5:10pm -
  • About the Officers
    About the ECPN Committee Officers A while back, the names of the new ECPN committee officers were announced on the blog. Now, we thought you might like to know a little more about them:Molly Gleeson, Chair Molly Gleeson completed her BA in Art…
    - 18 Jul 12, 5:10pm -
  • Art, Color, and Gloss | Indianapolis Museum of Art Blog
    Repost from Nicole Peters, IMA Scholar Objects & Variable Art Summer Intern.http://www.imamuseum.org/blog/2011/07/13/art-color-and-gloss/
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  • October 31st Meeting Minutes
    ECPN MEETING MINUTES Monday, October 31, 2011 Conference Call Attendees: Ryan Winfield (Staff Liaison) Stephanie Lussier (Board Liaison) Molly Gleeson (Chair) Eliza Spaulding (Vice Chair) Anisha Gupta (co-Outreach Coordinator) Megan Salaza…
    - 18 Jul 12, 5:10pm -
  • Join the ECPN Committee
    EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE, please see details below...The Emerging Conservation Professionals Network seeks three new committee members:Chair, Vice-Chair, and Outreach CoordinatorThe Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) works with va…
    - 18 Jul 12, 5:10pm -

Intangible Cultural Heritage Blog

  • NEW!Sailing in the Boat Till the Tide Runs High
    Children Playing Circle Games VA 93-50International Grenfell Association photograph collectionPhoto: Courtesy of The Rooms            While researching children’s ring games last week I came across a game which I had never heard before.  Th…
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  • Tuesday's Folklore Photo - Red Sky at Night - Weather Lore
    Red sky at sunset.It has been a while since we've posted a folklore photo.  So today I posted a picture taken a couple of years ago at my pop's cabin.  I had a hard time finding a photo which related to Newfoundland weather lore although I came acr…
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  • (Re)-Introducing the Historic Sites Researcher
    Hi everyone it is Terra Barrett and I'm back again from last summer.  I just completed my first year of MUN's MA Folklore program.  This included a three week field school in Witless Bay, courses on folklore theory, genres, archiving, and public fo…
    - 10 days ago, 12 May 15, 2:42pm -
  • Job posting: Heritage Assistant (Student) for Pasadena
    Heritage Assistant (Student) The Pasadena Heritage Society – NL is seeking an enthusiastic, outgoing and organized individual to act as a Heritage Assistant to deliver a number of tasks related to preserving and promoting the heritage of the Town o…
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  • Old gates in historic Harbour Grace, Newfoundland
    I spent a couple hours this morning, walking around the heritage district and surrounding neighbourhood of Harbour Grace, Conception Bay. I'm giving a presentation to the town tomorrow on cultural mapping and inventorying of heritage resources, so I…
    - 16 days ago, 6 May 15, 6:06pm -

Past Horizon's Weblog

  • British archaeologists fight with Italian farmer to save ancient aqueduct
    In January father and son team Edward and Michael O’Neill discovered the headwaters of the aqueduct, which was built by the Emperor Trajan, hidden beneath a crumbling 13th century church north of Rome. A sophisticated example of Roman hydraulic eng…
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  • Prehistoric burial mounds found in Forest
    AMAZING archaeological discoveries have been made in the New Forest. Prehistoric burial mounds, a World War II practice bombing range and searchlight position have all been found between Burley and Godshill. Airborne light detecting and ranging (lida…
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  • Prehistoric ‘footprints’ falsified by science

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  • Rude Roman pots halt city revamp
    WORK on the £11.6 million revamp of Canterbury’s prestigious Beaney Institute has ground to a halt – because of Roman pornography. Archaeologists are racing against time to recover lost evidence beneath the city’s streets before the builders r…
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  • Archaeologists unearthed ancient city in the Egyptian eastern borders
    Archaeological discoveries – Head of Antiquities of Lower Egypt Department of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mohamed Abdel-Maqsoud said that archaeological missions working in North Sinai have unearthed Tharu , an ancient fortified city, a move…
    - 26 Apr 10, 5:39pm -
  • Mummified Baboons May Reveal Location of the Land of Punt
    Throughout their history the ancient Egyptians recorded making voyages to a place called the ‘Land of Punt’. To the Egyptians it was a far-off source of exotic animals and valuable goods. From there they brought back perfumes, panther skins, elec…
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  • Roman-Era Mummy Uncovered in Egypt Oasis
    A bejeweled mummy dressed in Roman robes has emerged from the sands of Egypt’s Bahariya Oasis, the Supreme Council of Antiquities said Monday. Entombed in a decorated gypsum sarcophagus, the 38-inch tall mummy  belonged to a woman or girl who died…
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  • Remote sensing data shows impact of sea level on Gulf
    Members of the Qatar Natural History Group went on a trip into the remote past on Wednesday evening. Dr Richard Cuttler, director of a team of archaeologists from the University of Birmingham, UK, now working with the Qatar Museums Authority on a pro…
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  • Roman Emperor Octavian Augustus Named as Egyptian Pharaoh on Philae Victory Stele
    A new translation of a Roman victory stele, erected in April 29 BC, shows Octavian Augustus’s name inscribed in a cartouche (an oblong enclosure that surrounds a pharaoh’s name) – an honour normally reserved for an Egyptian pharaoh. Octavian’…
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  • New Written Language of Ancient Scotland Discovered
    Once thought to be rock art, carved depictions of soldiers, horses and other figures are in fact part of a written language dating back to the Iron Age. The ancestors of modern Scottish people left behind mysterious, carved stones that new research h…
    - 2 Apr 10, 9:12pm -

Museum 2.0

  • NEW!Setting Your Mission Free in the Wild
    Where are you most able to execute your mission: inside your facility, or outside of it?There are a lot of reasons we focus on work inside our facilities. Our facilities are, ideally, spaces optimized for mission execution. Galleries purpose-made to…
    - 2 days ago, 20 May 15, 4:55pm -
  • Familiarity Breeds Love…and a Desire for Things to Stay the Same: Guest Post by Karen Wise

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  • Museum 2.0 Flashback: Threshold Fear
    This week, I was on the radio talking museum inclusion (with Michelle Obama!) and committed the cardinal sin: defining a term using the term itself. The term was "threshold fear"--the sense of discomfort upon walking into an unfamiliar and potentia…
    - 16 days ago, 6 May 15, 7:00am -
  • Building Community: Who / How / Why
    These are the slides and notes for the talk I gave at the American Alliance of Museums conference on Monday, April 27 about the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. There are links embedded to other posts that go deeper into specific topics.For years,…
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  • How Do You Define "Community?"
    Close your eyes and imagine your organization's "community." Is it a mist of good feeling? A fellowship of uncertainty? Does it have a human face?Communities are made of people, not rhetoric. You can define a community by the shared attributes of the…
    - 30 days ago, 22 Apr 15, 3:52pm -
  • A City and an Art Center Design the Future: Reflections on the Market Street Prototyping Festival
    "The arts are future-making."I wrote this down when Deborah Cullinan said it at a meeting of arts leaders about a year ago. We were discussing the potential for cultural organizations to have significant impact across communities: on planning, health…
    - 37 days ago, 15 Apr 15, 3:36pm -
  • Hack Your Hellos: the Unofficial Way to Meet Someone New at AAM This Year
    Everyone always says that the best part of conferences happen off the official schedule. Hallway conversations. One-on-one meetings. Late night adventures.  This may be true. It's also incredibly frustrating--especially if you are new to a field or…
    - 44 days ago, 8 Apr 15, 7:00am -
  • MAH Theory of Change, Part 2: A Multimedia Walkthrough for Your Feedback
    Last week, Ian David Moss and I both blogged about the process of developing a theory of change for the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. Here's my post, and his. This week, I'm focusing on the WHAT of the project instead of the HOW, with a slidesh…
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  • Developing a Theory of Change, Part 1: A Logical Process
    This is the first in a two-part series about the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History’s new theory of change. This week, Ian David Moss and I are each writing blog posts about our collaborative process to develop a theory of change at the San…
    - 58 days ago, 25 Mar 15, 7:00am -
  • Community Science Workshops and Shared Authorship of Space: Interview with Emilyn Green
    Imagine the most community-based science center possible. Imagine it in a poor, immigrant farmworker community. It exists. It thrives. In California. In a Community Science Workshop.A couple months ago, I visited a Community Science Workshop for the…
    - 65 days ago, 18 Mar 15, 7:00am -

Museoblogger

Voices of the Past on YouTube

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Preservation Journey

  • If Photos Could Talk…
    The exhibition “Zerstörung syrischen Kulturerbes” (Destruction of Syrian Cultural Heritage) opened April 29, 2015 at the town hall in Stuttgart. The exhibition, with more than 50 black and white photos from Kathleen Göbel, Prof. Mamoun Abdelkar…
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  • People, Make Preservation Happen!
    There’s an African proverb that says, roughly, “Many small people who in many small places do many small things can change the face of the world.” I first came across the proverb in the form of a mural painted boldly … Continue reading →
    - 11 days ago, 11 May 15, 10:36am -
  • Spring Cleaning
    Spring! Leaves, flowers, birds, cute baby animals, warm weather. And cleaning. Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in phase one of the architectural mothballing of a run-down apartment building. Early one Saturday morning a few weeks ago…
    - 23 days ago, 29 Apr 15, 1:12pm -
  • What Do The Louvre and Fast Food Have in Common?
    Originally posted on The Secret Knowledge of Spaces:Your local fast food chain (Seattle). Everything has its history, including the roofline of your closest fast food restaurant. Fast food chain architecture seems to be streamlining now, cutting out…
    - 36 days ago, 16 Apr 15, 8:56am -
  • The Three Rs of Preservation

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UNESCO World Heritage Center

Talking Pyramids

  • How Ancient Board Games Were Disseminated
    Like Spilt Milk: How Ancient Board Games Were Disseminated Irving Finkel Assistant Keeper, Department of the Middle East, The British Museum Between Play and Rebirth: The Game of Hounds and Jackals Anne-Elizabeth Dunn-Vaturi Hagop Kevorkian Research…
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  • iPhone App: The Royal Game of Ur
    The Royal game of Ur is an ancient Babylonian game that is about as old as the Great Pyramid itself, literally. It is very similar to the ancient Egyptian game Aseb, and may have been imported to Egypt from Mesopotamia by the Hyksos. This game dates…
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  • Aseb: Twenty Squares
    The ancient Egyptian game of Aseb, also known as ‘The Twenty Squares game’ is one of the oldest known games dating back to about 3000 BC. Boards from the 17th Dynasty have been found, evidence that the game was played for thousands of years. It i…
    - 16 Jul 11, 1:47pm -
  • iPhone App: Ancient Egyptian Triad
    This iPhone app gives you three ancient Egyptian board games in one: Senet, Mehen and Hounds & Jackals! You can play with your friends with support for 2 or 4 players on the same screen. FEATURES – Gorgeous graphics and multiple graphical themes fo…
    - 9 Jul 11, 8:35am -
  • Hounds and Jackals
    Hounds and Jackals is a bit like Senet but instead of moving pieces on a board like Senet, the players plug hound-headed and jackal-headed pegs into holes in the board. Thought to be the origin of the modern game of Snakes & Ladders, Hounds and Jacka…
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Irish Roots

  • Facebook Irish Links Explained – Genealogy; Old Style Song; House Band booking
    www.Irishroots.com Facebook Irish Links Mike O’Laughlin at the Irish Roots Cafe Several Folks Surprised It’s time I reminded you all of some of our Facebook connections. There are 4 pages each with a different purpose, from our house band to fans…
    - 13 days ago, 9 May 15, 9:15pm -
  • 24 Irish Genealogy, Heraldry, Family Videos now online
    www.Irishroots.com Genealogy Videos Mike OLaughlin at the Irish Roots Cafe The Link Below takes you to the videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw_YAwPivk6pb2BYcfprER3jIWkacSSRM Irish Genealogy Videos Mike OLaughlin (mickthebridge on YouTube…
    - 45 days ago, 7 Apr 15, 5:07pm -
  • Kansas City Irish History, 20 shows now online
    Kansas City Irish shows www.Irishroots.com Mike O’Laughlin at the Irish Roots Cafe Irish Roots Cafe Free Videos Now Uploaded One of our projects for 2015 is to upload 100 of our 300 recordings to YouTube. We have added all 3 of our traditional Iris…
    - 55 days ago, 28 Mar 15, 5:29am -
  • Seachtaine na Gaeilge Irish language song videos on Youtube, Spotify, iTunes
    Irish Language Song www.Irishroots.com Mike OLaughlin at the Irish Roots Cafe Seachtaine na Gaeilge from Kansas City Its that time of year again, Irish Language week, which runs from March 1 – 17 these days I believe. View Irish Language Songs on Y…
    - 72 days ago, 11 Mar 15, 6:14pm -
  • Irish Old Style from Kansas City to Dublin launched
    www.Irishroots.com Irish Old Style Mike OLaughlin at the Irish Roots Cafe Irish Sean Nós & traditional singer Mike O’Laughlin reached the national stage in Dublin, Ohio at the largest three day Irish fest on the planet, in 2014. Vocalist with the…
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Sexy Archeology

  • SUBMERGED FORTRESS OF DOOM: An island fort under the St. Lawrence River
    Originally posted on OTTAWA REWIND:A concept sketch of how the fort would have looked on Isle Royale in 1759. Flooded by the St. Lawrence Seaway project, whatever remains of the 1759 island fort are currently underwater. A 250 year old island strongh…
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  • New York State Archaeological Association 99th Annual Meeting & Conference
    New York State Archaeological Association 99th Annual Meeting & Conference May 1-3, 2015 Ramada Inn, Watertown, NY The Finger Lakes and Thousand Islands Chapters are proud to host the 99th Annual Meeting & Conference of the New York State Archaeolog…
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  • My Big, Sexy Archaeology Themed Engagement
    Archaeology themed engagement: Success. A recent family archaeology project with our kids proved to be a big day for Mommy.  While cleaning mock artifacts, sorting bones and plate fragments, and working diligently to sketch the finds from our ficti…
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  • Call to Arms: Please ask Channel 4 to Commission a Special ‘One-Off’ Dig in memory of Mick Aston
    When studying at the University of Bristol, I had the distinct pleasure of working with Mick Aston both in the classroom and on Time Team.  Mick was a fantastic individual; brimming with knowledge, incredibly outgoing, and a genuinely nice person.…
    - 31 Dec 14, 8:20pm -
  • Book Recommendation: The Dead Travel Fast
    Roughly a year ago, I reviewed Skendleby, a mindblowing archaeo-horror/mystery by archaeologist and author Nick Brown.  I’m thrilled to say that the second book in his Ancient Gramarye series, The Dead Travel Fast, is now available for public con…
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TwHistory

  • New TwHistory Site Released…
    If you are a fan of TwHistory you may have already heard the news. We have developed a new site to make creating and sharing TwHistory reenactments easier than ever. Check it out at http://beta.twhistory.org. We shared it at the Open Education confer…
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  • Sinking the Titanic, 100 years later
    During the 2010 Teaching with Technology Idea Exchange (TTIX) conference we presented TwHistory to a group of educators — and then we sank the Titanic with them. In less than an hour our attendees researched and then used a set of Twitter accounts…
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  • A great opportunity for TwHistory
    TwHistory was a runner-up in September for the Pepsi Refresh contest. This month we are ranked even higher (currently #9 out of over 1000 ideas). We need your help to stay in the top 10 and win! Please vote daily for us and our partners until the end…
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  • The Titanic
    Ladies and gentlemen. The Titanic will sail again…and then it will sink again! We are presenting TwHistory at two conferences this week (TTIX and GLS). We will explain how a TwHistory event can be coordinated, and then we will demonstrate it by ask…
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  • Paul Revere Rides Tonight On @PatriotCast
    PatriotCast is an eight-year online reenactment of the American Revolution via Twitter. Created by TwHistory partner Jason Phelan, PatriotCast follows the events of the war in real-time, including Paul Revere’s famous ride tonight and tomorrow’s…
    - 19 Apr 10, 2:39am -

Cultural Property and Archaeology Law Blog

  • Notice to Readers
    As of July 15, 2014 this site will no longer be updated.  However, the content will remain posted for your educational reference.  Thank you!Filed under: Archaeology Law
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  • Archaeolaw Book Club: The Goldfinch
    OK, there isn’t really an Archaeolaw book club (unless enough of you harass me to start one!) But, if there was, then I’d put this book next on the reading list. I haven’t read it yet, but since I’ve got so many books in rotation it takes me…
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  • Pics of the Lovely Monte Albán (Oaxaca, Mexico)
    On a recent trip to Mexico, I had the good fortune of visiting Monte Albán, a large pre-Columbian archaeological site near Oaxaca central. Monte Albán was founded in the 5th century BC, and was a pre-eminent Zapotec socio-political and economic ce…
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  • An ad-hoc International Art Crime Tribunal to resolve the fate of the Munich Gurlitt pictures?
    My friend and associate Judge Arthur Tompkins of New Zealand sent me the following open letter which he has written in regard to the trove of art recovered from a Munich resident, reported on in Archaeolaw here: 80-Year-Old Munich Man with Confiscate…
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  • 80-Year-Old Munich Man with Confiscated Trove of Nazi-Looted Art Breaks Silence
    An 80-year-old Munich man inherited upwards of a thousand pieces of artwork from his father, and 500 of the works are suspected to include pieces taken from Jews during the Nazi regime. During the war, Cornelius Gurlitt’s father was one of the four…
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NMSC Archeology Blog

Voices of the Past Heritage Media

  • Book Reviews: Art of Social, Art of Work, Impact Equation and Leadership Handbook
    The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick I’ve been working in (and with) social media for several years now. Despite all the emerging services, there’s been very little that’s actually new in appro…
    - 19 days ago, 3 May 15, 9:28pm -
  • GLAM-Wiki Program Report: Cultural Collaboration through Wikipedia and The Commons
    In 2013, I started up the GLAM-Wiki initiative at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to provide greater access to the organization’s rich store of historical art, books, instruments and oral histories related to the his…
    - 71 days ago, 12 Mar 15, 10:46pm -
  • Paging the Past: A compelling gaze into “the belly button of the ancient world”
    Title: Delphi: A History of the Center of the Ancient World Author: Michael Scott Genre: History Publisher: Princeton Release Date: 2014 Format: Hardcover Pages: 440 Note: This book was provided by press.princeton.edu as a review copy, though opinion…
    - 89 days ago, 22 Feb 15, 9:02pm -
  • Paging the Past: No Greater Valor and the role of faith in a pivotal WWII battle
    Title: No Greater Valor: The Siege of Bastogne and the Miracle That Sealed Allied Victory Author: Jerome R. Corsi Ph.D. Genre: Nonfiction Publisher: Thomas Nelson Release Date: October 28, 2014 Format: Hardcover Pages: 384 Source: http://www.amazon.c…
    - 93 days ago, 18 Feb 15, 11:50am -
  • Book Review: Dek Unu
    Title: Dek Unu: Another Tomorrow Author: Gor De Meel Publisher: New Generation Publishing Release Date: November 24, 2014 Source: http://www.amazon.com/Dek-Unu-Tomorrow-Gor-Meel/dp/1910266442/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1428173861&sr=8-1&keywords=dek+unu…
    - 4 Feb 15, 6:54pm -

Dan Cull Weblog

  • That’s All Folkz…
    This is the last post of this blog. Post number 500. The blog will stay active for a while, but I don’t know how long. It’s been an interesting ride, with some great companions along the way, for this I sincerely thank you all – you know who yo…
    - 28 May 12, 10:35am -
  • Portraits in Preservation
    “Libraries gave us power. Then work came and made us free. What price now for a shallow piece of dignity” (Manic Street Preachers). One of the conservation blogs that I have felt the most affinity for over the last few years has been Library Pres…
    - 27 May 12, 3:40am -
  • Mr McCoy I Presume
     Long time friend of the blog, and occasional contributor, Richard McCoy recently took a work trip to Nigeria [see artists impression of the visit above], to help with returning objects to the Museum for African Art (MfAA) that had been in the re…
    - 26 May 12, 5:53am -
  • Street Art Meets Restoration In Legoland
    Born in 1983 in the city of Bamberg, Germany, the Berlin based artist Jan Vormann initiated a creative and amusing project that would be followed by people around the world. You may have seen this project doing the rounds of social media sites, I fir…
    - 7 May 12, 1:01am -
  • On the Dharma Trail: What was Sid On About?
    “If you Meet the Buddha, Kill the Buddha” (Zen saying -paraphrased from Lin Chi). Over the last year or so I’ve become increasingly interested in Buddhism, or the ideas of Buddhism, and Buddhist practice, this has manifested itself on this blog…
    - 6 May 12, 6:27pm -

Confessions of a Curator

  • Links for 2015-04-03 [del.icio.us]
    http://www.strangehorizons.com/2015/20150330/sperring-c.shtmlThis is a really lovely look at the impact that Katherine Kurtz had on fantasy in the 70s, 80s, and beyond: http://t.co/kA9SXRnIFThttps://specialcollections.blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=9779Hu…
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    http://www.herald.ie/news/sink-hole-mystery-tunnel-to-a-19th-century-brothel-causes-traffic-chaos-in-city-centre-31112426.htmlBusted. "Dublin sinkhole caused by tunnel used by 19th century politicians to go to brothels." http://t.co/Mc5ljFxNidhttp…
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  • Links for 2015-04-01 [del.icio.us]
    http://www.lambdaliterary.org/features/news/03/30/introducing-lambdas-2015-emerging-writers-retreat-fellows/Meet & support the @LambdaLiterary 2015 Emerging Writers Retreat Fellows! http://t.co/bi1G6BuObwhttp://mashable.com/2015/04/01/tech-leaders…
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  • Links for 2015-03-31 [del.icio.us]
    http://libraryjuicepress.com/journals/index.php/jclis/announcementCFP for the first issue of the Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies. Submit! Submit! http://t.co/F0bnrmQ1iehttp://www.walesonline.co.uk/incoming/gallery/doctor-who-st…
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  • Links for 2015-03-30 [del.icio.us]
    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2015/03/gop-indianapolis-mayor-defies-pence-bans-discrimination-by-christian-businesses-receiving-city-funds/#.VRm2dPBRrkk.twitterGOP Indianapolis mayor defies Pence, bans discrimination by Christian businesses receiving…
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The Cultural Property and Archeology Law Blog

  • Notice to Readers
    As of July 15, 2014 this site will no longer be updated.  However, the content will remain posted for your educational reference.  Thank you!Filed under: Archaeology Law
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  • Archaeolaw Book Club: The Goldfinch
    OK, there isn’t really an Archaeolaw book club (unless enough of you harass me to start one!) But, if there was, then I’d put this book next on the reading list. I haven’t read it yet, but since I’ve got so many books in rotation it takes me…
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  • Pics of the Lovely Monte Albán (Oaxaca, Mexico)
    On a recent trip to Mexico, I had the good fortune of visiting Monte Albán, a large pre-Columbian archaeological site near Oaxaca central. Monte Albán was founded in the 5th century BC, and was a pre-eminent Zapotec socio-political and economic ce…
    - 6 Feb 14, 12:27am -
  • An ad-hoc International Art Crime Tribunal to resolve the fate of the Munich Gurlitt pictures?
    My friend and associate Judge Arthur Tompkins of New Zealand sent me the following open letter which he has written in regard to the trove of art recovered from a Munich resident, reported on in Archaeolaw here: 80-Year-Old Munich Man with Confiscate…
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  • 80-Year-Old Munich Man with Confiscated Trove of Nazi-Looted Art Breaks Silence
    An 80-year-old Munich man inherited upwards of a thousand pieces of artwork from his father, and 500 of the works are suspected to include pieces taken from Jews during the Nazi regime. During the war, Cornelius Gurlitt’s father was one of the four…
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