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A beetle, a rose and a blackbird…?

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A student post by Pigi Sakellaropoulou, PhD researcher of Early Modern Art History at the University of Edinburgh and Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities (SGSAH) Intern at The Hunterian on the project ‘Bridging Collections’. During these first three weeks of my SGSAH internship (1) at The Hunterian, I often wonder: “What could a beetle,… Continue reading

Deforming the Female Body

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A student post by Matilda Eriksson, Belén Hernáez Martín, Miyuki Sakai and Charlotte Swindell, History of Art postgraduate students at the University of Glasgow. History of Art postgraduate students at the University of Glasgow have the opportunity to work with The Hunterian to develop proposals for the Object in Focus exhibition space in the Hunterian… Continue reading

Songs on Stone

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A student post by Rose Berry, 3rd year History of Art student on work placement at The Hunterian. As a third-year English Literature and History of Art student, I had the opportunity to complete a work placement with Lecturer and Curator in Whistler Studies, Dr. Patricia de Montfort. I spent the semester researching the unrealised… Continue reading

The Belfond Prints: Whistler’s Ambition for Colour Lithography

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A student blog by Chenxiao Jin, 3rd year student of History of Art at the University of Glasgow, who has recently completed a work placement with The Hunterian and Archives & Special Collections.  When I first saw the American artist James McNeill Whistler’s work in colour lithography, I thought I cannot be looking at a… Continue reading

From Outlander Obsessive to Numismatics Volunteer

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A student post by Stephanie Shakay Tierney, MSc Museum Studies (Grad Dec 2019) at the University of Glasgow. Introduction by Hunterian Education Manager, Ruth Fletcher. Reflecting on volunteering at The Hunterian both pre and during the pandemic, Stephanie Shakay Tierney, MSc Museum Studies (Grad Dec 2019) gives an insight into the professional and in this… Continue reading

The Mystery of the Mearns Witches’ Toadstone

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A student post by Nadine Fussi, MSc Museum Studies student at the University of Glasgow. Introduction by Hunterian Education Manager, Ruth Fletcher. In another contribution from our Student Voice team, here is a piece by Nadine Fussi, Masters student of Museum Studies. Nadine moved to Glasgow after finishing her BA in Archaeology at Freie Universität Berlin. An… Continue reading

The Julia Procula Coin

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A student post from Isabel Ferrari, Hunterian MuSE volunteer. Introduction by Hunterian Education Manager, Ruth Fletcher. This student post comes from one of the student volunteers from a newly established project team: LGBTQ online at The Hunterian (working title), through which we hope to reveal LGBTQ+ stories from the Hunterian collections that are there but… Continue reading

Curating Discomfort

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A staff post from Zandra Yeaman, Curator of Discomfort at The Hunterian. After many years of agitating and campaigning for change within cultural and heritage institutions from the outside, I find myself working on the inside with The Hunterian as their Curator of Discomfort. Since my post has been publicised, many people have been curious… Continue reading