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MEG Projects

MEG is keen to support and be involved in the development of projects that are of benefit to our members, and which help to advance the field of Museum Ethnography.

Below are details of projects, past and present, with which MEG has had a central role. For further details about each project, click on the relevant heading in the list below.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • We were unusually warmly welcomed (in that the sun was shining) to Glasgow last week for the 41stannual MEG conference. Hosted by Glasgow University and organised by Andy Mills. Glasgow is currently leading a collaborative three-year research project with Kew and the Smithsonian entitled ‘Situating Pacific Barkcloth Production in Time and Place’, not surprisingly conference delegates were treated to a plethora of papers about...

  • Science Museum, London, 13-14th July 2017Museums are emergent entities – and the evolution of a museum is dependent on a number of factors, including: changes in collecting and disposal practices, redisplays and the legacy of temporary exhibitions. New pedagogical perspectives relating to new questions or ideological trends, either in museology or in the disciplines represented in the collections, are also influential.This workshop will focus...

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