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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

  • C19th Japanese paper sample from Kew’s Economic Botany CollectionRegistration has opened for this Conference, to be held at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th May 2019. Full details of the programme and a link to booking registrationare now available. The conference will bring together scholars from the UK and overseas with a shared interest in the mobility...

  • Two Day course on Cultural Objects Worked in Skeletal Hard Tissue Date: 19-20 March 2019Location: Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, Cost: £125This is a two-day continuing professional development course designed for those working in the heritage sector. The materials identification techniques used are non-invasive, low cost and can be achieved with readily available equipment. It is particularly aimed at conservators, curators and object specialists but...

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