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25 June 2021

Takeover Day: Superb Shabtis and why we (and I) love them

By Laura, a member of Young Curators

Young Curators are a group of twelve young people aged 15-24 taking part in a project funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund to develop a Design Brief that will...

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Takeover Day: Superb Shabtis and why we (and I) love them
Takeover Day: Egypt Comes to The Fens: Project, Plans, and Progress

25 June 2021

Takeover Day: Egypt Comes to The Fens: Project, Plans, and Progress

By Jaime-Lea, a member of Young Curators

Young Curators are a group of twelve young people aged 15-24 taking part in a project funded by The National...

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In conversation with Professor John Coffey and Dr Anna Harrington of the Wilberforce Diaries Project

18 June 2021

In conversation with Professor John Coffey and Dr Anna Harrington of the Wilberforce Diaries Project

Politician and abolitionist, William Wilberforce kept diaries from 1799 to 1833 and the Wilberforce Diaries Project at the University of Leicester...

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The Elgood Collection

11 June 2021

The Elgood Collection

The spectacular Swallowtail Butterfly, Papilio machaon is the largest British butterfly
and now only found in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.

The...


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Cambridgeshire and Slavery Today

24 November 2020

Cambridgeshire and Slavery Today

Guest blog from Emily Smith, Curator of Contemporary Forms of Slavery, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool

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