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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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Carolyn A. McDonough — Personal Bio + Contribution Statement

Personal Bio     Carolyn is a graduate student in the MA in Digital Humanities (first cohort) and the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Programs.   She holds her BA in Medieval and Renaissance Studies from Vassar College and her first MA in Media Studies from The New School. Examples of Carolyn’s interdisciplinary academic work […]

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Carolyn A. McDonough — Personal Journal Entry 2/17/19

On Friday, Feb. 15, after attending the Alan Liu talk (which was intense and special) I went to The Metropolitan Museum of Art to see the exhibition Jewelry The Body Transformed. Among the items on view is this Warrior’s Neck Ornament (above) which is displayed vertically. In the Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, Paris ( […]

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Lost Art Collective — Revised Project Plan (edited)

Per a project meeting today with Camilla, please find the Lost Art Collective Revised Project Plan (edited below). War Charm, Papua-New Guinea, Admiralty Islands, 20th century (wood, frigate bird feathers, leaves, beads, pigments and resin) Photo © musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, photo by Thierry Ollivier, Michel Urtado Team Members and Roles: Carolyn […]

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