OUHN Virtual Tea: Professor Dan Hicks discussing #MuseumsUnlocked

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Please join us for a Virtual Heritage Tea to discuss the #MuseumsUnlocked initiative on Twitter



Join members across the Heritage Network for a virtual Heritage Tea. We are grateful to have guest speaker at this session Professor Dan Hicks to discuss the Twitter initiative #MuseumsUnlocked. The informal gathering will also be the opportunity to e-meet other members and staff of the network. We will be joined by Prof. Heather Viles, Dr. Oliver Cox and OUHN staff.

Professor Dan Hicks:

Dan Hicks FSA, MCIfA is Professor of Contemporary Archaeology in the School of Archaeology, Curator of World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum, and a Fellow of St Cross College. Dan works on the material and visual culture of the modern, (post)colonial and contemporary world, and on the history of Archaeology and Anthropology. Current work is focused on the politics of European museum collections, and the material culture of the "refugee crisis". Dan is also a Non-Executive Director and Trustee of Museum of London Archaeology. He has published five books, with two further books being published during 2019, and regularly appears on Radio and TV.


We will send the details of how to join the online meeting via email a few days before the event.

Feel free to extend the invitation to any colleagues who may wish to attend.

Please contact the OUHN administrators should you have any questions at: heritage@ouce.ox.ac.uk

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