Author Archives: Camilla Skoglie

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Website / Lost Art Collective

Lost Art Collective will be housed temporarily on the CUNY Academic Commons at LostArt.commons.gc.edu while we clean and prepare the data used in a French rapport, “ The Restitution of African Cultural Heritage. Toward a New Relational Ethics”. https://lostart.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ The finished project will be hosted through Reclaim Hosting and reside on an outside server for […]

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Lost Art Collective / Outreach and Social Media Plans

Lost Art Collective / Outreach and Social Media Plans We have decided to use Instagram as our primary social media resource as it is a medium that supports visual content and would be ideal for sharing our visualizations. We will also create a website which will host out finish product. Our primary audience: Students: Africana […]

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Reflections on the Data Management Plan

According to Stephen Zweibel’s presentation last class, data can be defined as “material or information on which an argument, theory, test or hypothesis, or another research output is based”. With the data set used by the Lost Art Collective, we are trying to highlight an historical injustice that is still ongoing today. Regardless of personal […]

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Data Management Plan / Lost Art Collective

Description of the Data The data used in this project will be obtained from the “The Restitution of African Cultural Heritage. Toward a New Relational Ethics” by Felwine Sarr & Bénédicte Savoy. The report contains a list of the pieces of art at The Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac in Paris from several […]

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Personal Bio and Statement of Contribution

Personal Bio Camilla holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oslo with a major in Comparative Religion. She specialized in New Religious Movements because she is intrigued with how people design and practice their religiosity in the modern world. She moved to New York 2007 to go to acting school and has since […]

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Journal Entry February 17th

Overall It’s been a good week, with progress made and I feel exited about this course. It’s a privilege to have your idea be chosen as a project and it feels really great that the idea will now have a chance to be developed and be brought to life. I feel strongly for this topic […]

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Revised Project Proposal: Of Dubious Origin: The Complexities of Stolen Art Recovery

Working Course Title Of Dubious Origin: The Complexities of Stolen Art Recovery Team Members and roles Carolyn A. McDonough: Project Manager/Researcher/Omeka set-up+data entry+updates Camilla Skoglie: Web Developer, Visualizations, Researcher/ Omeka Patty Accarino: Research/ Carto Pamela Jean Stemberg: Research/ Carto Abstract For our project we propose to create a prototype for an educational component to be used […]

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Skills / Camilla

Skills My background is in theater and I am still relatively new to the tech world. Actors are some of the few people left who are still working with pen and paper, but that being said I am doing my best to get up to speed within my new field. For my capstone project I […]

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