Month: June 2018

Revere or Remove? Reflections on Making Change

The early evening of May 14, 2018 saw a contingent of twenty Museum Detoxers sitting en masse on the straight-backed pews of the Emmanuel Centre, a few doors down from the beating heart of UK politics in Westminster.

London, Sugar and Slavery: Reflections on #LSS10

We began our tour of the Museum of London’s ‘London, Sugar and Slavery’ gallery on a hot May morning. We had arrived at the Dockland’s site for a day of talks, performances and reflections on the gallery, a decade on from its opening.

Gold Statues And Questionable Gynecologists – Memory In Public Space

The year is 1845 in America’s deep south. Gynecology is still a new field and there is little practical knowledge of the female anatomy.