100 Histories in Research and the Media

S. Qidwai, “Field notes: Re-thinking Academic Environments” Environmental History Now, https://envhistnow.com/2021/06/02/field-notes-re-thinking-academic-environments/

A. Dirk Moses, “The German Catechism” Geschichte der Gegenwart [Essay], https://geschichtedergegenwart.ch/the-german-catechism/

Mirjam Brusius and Ulrike Lindner, “On Decolonizing Knowledge Production and the Museum: Telling the Complex Stories of One Museum Object” boas, MiM Workshop Series, boasblogs.org/dcntr/telling-complex-stories/

A. Duch Giménez, “A hundred stories, each told differently — Rachael Minott and the British Museum: a Taino ritual seat” A. Duch Giménez [Weblog], aduchgimenez.medium.com/

Haidy Geismar, “In Defence of the Object Biography” British Art Studies, Issue 19, doi.org/10.17658/issn.2058-5462/issue-19/conversation/p20

Clara Hernanz, “We ask people in the art world what the future of museums could be” Dazed Magazine, www.dazeddigital.com/art-photography/article/45899/1/we-ask-people-in-the-art-world-what-the-future-of-museums-could-be

Latika Gupta, “How Museums move into the Future” Goethe Institut, Latitude Festival, https://www.goethe.de/prj/lat/en/dtl/med.html#i6634218