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The Current MEG Committee

Members of the committee are formally the trustees of the Museum Ethnographers Group as a charity.

While committee members initiate and oversee most of the activities of the group, they do so on an unpaid voluntary basis.

Despite the formal structure of the committee, one committee member has suggested that MEG might best be thought of as a ‘collective’ - a lively, informal group of peers, who hope to learn from fellow members' experience and also to share their problems and solutions.

     
Chair:   Elected Members:

Sue Giles (Chair)
Curator of World Cultures
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Queens Road
Bristol
BS8 1RL

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Polly Bence

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Lisa Graves (Treasurer)
Curator of World Cultures
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Queens Road
Bristol
BS8 1RL

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Nicola Stylianou (Web Officer)

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Claire Warrior (Secretary)

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  Sue Giles (Publications Distribution)
Curator of World Cultures
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Queen's Road
Bristol
BS8 1RL

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    Journal Membership Officer

Rachel Heminway Hurst (Events Officer)
Curator of World Art
Brighton Museum
Royal Pavilion Gardens
Brighton
EX4 3RX

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Polly Bence

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Co-opted Members

Adam Jaffer

Sushma Jansari

Malika Kraamer

 

 


 

       

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