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1 Creative Commons Heritage as Business Two speakers give their insights into the business of conservation and heritage. Hilary McGrady, Pegram Harrsion, Oliver Cox 17 May 2017
2 Photo Archives VI: The Place of Photography and the Phases of Digitisation Nina Lager Vestberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) discusses the digital condition of photography through a phase model of digitisation. Nina Lager Vestberg 09 May 2017
3 Creative Commons Photo Archives VI: Archive, Exhibition, Book: 'The Family of Man' Reconstituted Shamoon Zamir (New York University Abu Dhabi) discusses the 'The Family of Man' exhibition and its related archives. Shamoon Zamir 09 May 2017
4 Creative Commons Photo Archives VI: Archiving Royal Heirlooms: The publication of the Crown treasures of the Galerie d'Apollon (Louvre) and its materiality Pascal Griener (University of Neuchatel) discusses photographic reproductions of the French crown jewels made for their auction in 1887. Pascal Griener 09 May 2017
5 Creative Commons Photo Archives VI: From Trash to Treasure: Loss, Value, and the Photo Archive Catherine E. Clark (MIT) discusses the life cycle of anonymous photographic archives. Catherine E. Clark 09 May 2017
6 Photo Archives VI: Saving Space, Mediating Place: Photography and the Reproduction of Collections and Archives Estelle Blaschke (University of Lausanne) discusses the development and growth in use of microfilm during the 1920s and 1930s. Estelle Blaschke 09 May 2017
7 Creative Commons Photo Archives VI: Photography as Protocol Kelley Wilder (De Montfort University) discusses photography as a scientific protocol Kelley Wilder 09 May 2017
8 Photo Archives VI: The Laboratory as Photo Archive Chitra Ramalingam (Yale University) discusses photographic collections within science laboratories Chitra Ramalingam 09 May 2017
9 Creative Commons Photo Archives VI: Vision in Doubt: Arctic Photography, Victorian Geology, and its Anglo-American Debates Luke Gartlan (University of St Andrews) discusses Victorian arctic photography in The Arctic Regions (1873) and an unpublished album. Luke Gartlan 09 May 2017
10 Photo Archives VI: Sticking points: Photographic albums and the forgetful archives of Egyptian archaeology Christina Riggs (University of East Anglia) discusses the 'forgetfulness' of photo albums from excavations in colonial and interwar Egypt. Christina Riggs 09 May 2017
11 Photo Archives VI: The Relational Album: Photographic Networks, Anthropology, and the Learned Society Christopher Morton (University of Oxford) discusses the concept of the relational museum applied to an album from the Anthropological Society in London. Christopher Morton 09 May 2017
12 Photo Archives VI: The Archive in Transition: Reframing Josef Sudek’s Photographic Reproductions of Art Katarina Masterova (Institute of Art History, The Czech Academy of Sciences) discusses the objecthood of Josef Sudek's photographic archive. Katarína Mašterová 09 May 2017
13 Photo Archives VI: Transports of Vision: Frederic Edwin Church's Photographic Collection of the Mediterranean and Middle East Frederick N. Bohrer (Hood College) discusses Frederic Edwin Church's photographic collection. Frederick N. Bohrer 09 May 2017
14 Photo Archives VI Welcome Day 2 Opening remarks on the second day of the conference. Constanza Caraffa 09 May 2017
15 Photo Archives VI Welcome Day 1 Opening remarks on the first day of the conference. Geraldine Johnson, Deborah Schultz 09 May 2017
16 Creative Commons Land, Outdoors and Nature Peter Nixon and Professor Heather Viles discuss the challenges and opportunities we face today in caring for and studying the natural environment. Peter Nixon, Heather Viles, Oliver Cox 20 Mar 2017
17 Creative Commons Our Collections and Their Audiences In this lecture Simon Murray and Dr Xa Sturgis discuss historic collections and their audiences, exploring the need – and means – of making historic collections relevant in the 21st century. Simon Murray, Xa Sturgis 20 Mar 2017
18 Creative Commons History, Vision, Ambition In this introductory lecture Dame Helen Ghosh and Professor Karen O'Brien discuss the history, current vision and future ambition of their respective organisations. Dame Helen Ghosh, Karen O’Brien 20 Mar 2017
19 Creative Commons On the Concept of Heritage in Contemporary Pakistan Chris Moffat speaks at the Intellectual History for Pakistan workshop on March 1st, 2016 Chris Moffat 06 Jul 2016
20 Oxford At War: Footage from Mount Farm Airbase World War Two arrives in Oxford in this episode, using never before seen Oxford footage from a US Flight Surgeon for the 14th Photo Reconnaissance Unit at Mount Farm Airbase, Dorchester. Includes colour and monochrome film from 1944. Peter Robinson, Hannah Lucas 03 Oct 2014
21 Oxford: Then and Now We compare and contrast locations in and around the city from the 1940s, and the present day. How have the places and people changed? How present is the Second World War in 1940s Oxford? After 70 years how different is Oxford? Peter Robinson, Hannah Lucas 01 Oct 2014
22 Attic to Archive - Welcome to the Dreaming Spools Project In this episode we take you on a trip through time as we introduce a selection of the archive film footage that the Dreaming Spools project has discovered. Peter Robinson, Hannah Lucas 01 Oct 2014
23 Creative Commons Funky Bunkers: The Post-Military Landscape as a Readymade Space and a Cultural Playgound On adapted reuse of military establishments. Per Strömberg 30 Sep 2014
24 Digital Heritage Technologies and Issues of Community Engagement and Cultural Restitution in 'New Style' Ethnographic Museums This Anthropology Departmental Seminar (2 November 2012) is by Professor Mike Rowlands (University College London), in collaboration with Graeme Were (Brisbane). Its theme is material anthropology. Mike Rowlands 18 Apr 2013
25 Creative Commons 6.9 James Elles: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? James Elles (MEP for the UK South East region) delivers the final part of the last lecture in the Cultural Heritage Forum series. James Elles 12 Mar 2013
26 Creative Commons 6.7 Robert Madelin: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Robert Madelin (EU Director-­General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology) talks about information and communications technology for cultural heritage and collaborations between institutions. Robert Madelin 08 Mar 2013
27 Creative Commons 6.8 Mechtild Rössler and Giovanni Boccardi: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Dr Mechtild Rössler (UNESCO, Deputy Director, World Heritage Centre) and Giovanni Boccardi (UNESCO, Sustainable Development) talk about international collaboration for cultural heritage issues. Mechtild Rössler, Giovanni Boccardi 08 Mar 2013
28 Creative Commons 6.6 Carol Ann Scott: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Carol Ann Scott (Chair, ICOM UK) talks about the work of ICOM UK, her role as a Museums and Heritage Consultant, and potential collaboration with the University. Carol Ann Scott 08 Mar 2013
29 Creative Commons 6.5 Susan Denyer: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Susan Denyer (World Heritage Adviser, ICOMOS) talks about The International Council on Monuments and Sites. Susan Denyer 08 Mar 2013
30 Creative Commons 6.4 Christopher Young: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Christopher Young (Head of International Advice, English Heritage) talks about English Heritage and potential collaboration with the University. Christopher Young 08 Mar 2013
31 Creative Commons 6.3 Malcolm Airs: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? In this talk Professor Airs (Director, Kellogg Centre for the Historic Environment) talks about collaborations between Kellogg College and other academic institutions. Malcolm Airs 08 Mar 2013
32 Creative Commons 6.2 Introductory Remarks: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Professor Loren Griffith (Director of International Strategy) delivers introductory remarks for the sixth lecture in the Cultural Heritage Forum "How can the University and cultural organisations collaborate?". Loren Griffith 08 Mar 2013
33 Creative Commons 6.1 Introduction: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Professor Donna Kurtz introduces the sixth lecture in the Cultural Heritage Forum, entitled "How can the University and cultural organisations collaborate?". Donna Kurtz 08 Mar 2013
34 Creative Commons 5.5 Cultural Heritage and the Global Market Professor Linda Scott (DP World Chair for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Saïd Business School) delivers the final part of the lecture "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Linda Scott 28 Feb 2013
35 Creative Commons 5.4 Cultural Economics and the Heritage Industry Dr Pegram Harrison (Fellow in Entrepreneurship, Saïd Business School) delivers part 4/5 of the lecture "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Pegram Harrison 28 Feb 2013
36 Creative Commons 5.3 Culture in Executive Education: Tangible Evidence Tracey Camillieri (Director, Oxford Strategic Leadership Programme, Saïd Business School) talks about culture in Executive Education. Tracey Camillieri 28 Feb 2013
37 Creative Commons 5.2 Roy Westbrook: How Can Leadership Development and the World of Commerce Contribute? Professor Roy Westbrook (Deputy Dean, Saïd Business School) delivers part 2/5 of the lecture "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Roy Westbrook 28 Feb 2013
38 Creative Commons 5.1 Introduction: How Can Leadership Development and the World of Commerce Contribute? In this talk Professor Donna Kurtz introduces the fifth lecture in the series "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Donna Kurtz 28 Feb 2013
39 Creative Commons 4.2 Emily Hudson: What is Cultural Heritage Law? Dr Emily Hudson (Fellow, Intellectual Property Law,) talks about legal regimes relevant to the preservation, use and accessibility of cultural heritage. Emily Hudson 25 Feb 2013
40 Creative Commons 4.5 Ewan McKendrick: What is Cultural Heritage Law? Professor Ewan McKendrick (Registrar and Professor of Private Law) looks at cultural heritage law from a university perspective. Ewan McKendrick 25 Feb 2013
41 Creative Commons 4.1 Introduction: What is Cultural Heritage Law? In this talk Professor Kurtz introduces the fourth lecture of the series 'What is cultural heritage law?'. Donna Kurtz 25 Feb 2013
42 Creative Commons 4.3 Cultural Heritage Law and Increasing Access to Primary Source Material. Peter Hirtle (Senior Policy Advisor to the Cornell University Library) delivers part 3/5 of the lecture "What is cultural heritage law?". Peter Hirtle 25 Feb 2013
43 Creative Commons 4.4 Timothy Endicott: What is Cultural Heritage Law? Professor Timothy Endicott (Dean of the Faculty of Law) talks about cultural heritage law and cultural heritage studies in Oxford University. Timothy Endicott 25 Feb 2013
44 Creative Commons 3.7 OUP and Disseminating Cultural Heritage Mike Monaghan (IT Director for Global Academic Business, Oxford University Press) delivers the final part of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Mike Monaghan 18 Feb 2013
45 Creative Commons 3.6 Leveraging Social Science Tools to Understand the Digital Humanities Dr Eric Meyer (Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute) delivers part 6/7 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Eric Meyer 18 Feb 2013
46 Creative Commons 3.5 Libraries Don't Have to Change, Do They? Dr Wolfram Horstmann (Associate Director for Digital Library Programmes and Information Technology, Bodleian Libraries) talks about cultural heritage and libraries. Wolfram Horstmann 18 Feb 2013
47 Creative Commons 3.4 The Ashmolean: Eastern Art Online Digitisation Paul Groves talks about Cultural Heritage and his role as project manager for the Ashmolean Eastern Art Online Website in part 4/6 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Paul Groves 18 Feb 2013
48 Creative Commons 3.3 Cultural Heritage and the Oxford e-Research Centre Professor David de Roure (Director, Oxford e-­Research Centre) delivers part 3/7 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". David De Roure 18 Feb 2013
49 Creative Commons 3.2 Cultural Heritage and Information Technology Professor Anne Trefethen (Chief Information Officer) delivers part 2/7 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Anne Trefethen 18 Feb 2013
50 Creative Commons 3.1 Introduction: How has Technology Transformed Access and Dissemination? Donna Kurtz introduces the subject 'How has technology transformed access and dissemination?'. Donna Kurtz 18 Feb 2013
51 Creative Commons 2.3 Heritage Science Professor Heather Viles (Professor of Biogeomorphology and Heritage Conservation) delivers part 3/6 of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Heather Viles 18 Feb 2013
52 Creative Commons 2.5 Internet, Social Networks and Cultural Heritage Dr Francesca Leoni (Ashmolean Museum, Curator of Islamic Art) delivers part 5/6 of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Francesca Leoni 18 Feb 2013
53 Creative Commons 2.4 The Ashmolean and Cultural Heritage Dr Mallica Kumbera Landrus (Ashmolean Museum, Teaching Curator) talks about the seminar subject 'How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?' in relation to the Ashmolean. Mallica Kumbera Landrus 18 Feb 2013
54 Creative Commons 2.6 Cultural Heritage and the Faculty of Oriental Studies Professor Rana Mitter (Director-Designate of the China Centre) delivers the final part of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Rana Mitter 18 Feb 2013
55 Creative Commons 2.2 The study of Asia and the Middle East in Oxford University Professor Ed Herzig (Oriental Studies, Persian) delivers part 2/6 of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Ed Herzig 18 Feb 2013
56 Creative Commons 2.1 Introduction: How has Globalisation Changed Perceptions of Cultural Heritage? Professor Donna Kurtz introduces the subject 'How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?'. Donna Kurtz 18 Feb 2013
57 Creative Commons 1.6 International Strategy Loren Griffith (Director of International Strategy) delivers the final part of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Loren Griffith 18 Feb 2013
58 Creative Commons 1.5 Cultural Heritage at the Bodleian Library Dr Chris Fletcher (Keeper of Special Collections, Bodleian Library) delivers part 5/6 of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Chris Fletcher 18 Feb 2013
59 Creative Commons 1.4 Teaching Through Objects and Enabling a Closer Working Between Colleagues in the Teaching Departments of the University Giovanna Vitelli (Director, Ashmolean Museum University Engagement Programme) delivers part 4/6 of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Giovanna Vitelli 18 Feb 2013
60 Creative Commons 1.3 The Unique Cultural Resource of the Ashmolean Museum Dr Christopher Brown (Director of the Ashmolean Museum) delivers part 3/6 of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Christopher Brown 18 Feb 2013
61 Creative Commons 1.2 Humanities at Oxford University and How Important Cultural Heritage as a Theme Is Professor Shearer West (Head of the Humanities Division) delivers part 2/6 of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Shearer West 18 Feb 2013
62 Creative Commons 1.1 Introduction to the Cultural Heritage Forum Donna Kurtz introduces the series and asks 'What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?'. Donna Kurtz 18 Feb 2013
63 Creative Commons Ethics Ethical decisions, and often dilemma, lie at the heart of all research methodologies and practice. Marianne Talbot, course director in Philosophy, chaired three presentations from across the disciplines. Marianne Talbot, Abi Sriharan, Kate Blackmon, David Griffiths 20 Jun 2012