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New Schools Resources for LGBT+ History

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They’ve been a long time in the making, but we are now proud to present our new LGBT+ history schools resource pack! The resources were developed by Nate Eisenstadt and Helen Foster as… Read More

Know Your Bristol – Map Your Bristol!

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Check out our new short film showcasing the breadth of Know Your Bristol on the Move and giving a feel for what it has meant for us, our community partners and some of… Read More

3 BIG Questions — 3 Short Films

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In this new animation series, co-produced with Calling the Shots, we present three short responses to the key questions that have underpinned Know Your Bristol on the Move: What is Co-production? This has… Read More

Evaluating Co-production

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‘Co-production’ is an increasingly popular term and approach within academic research and public service delivery. Most simply, co-production is what happens when we make things together, be those things research, museum exhibitions, archives… Read More

Know Your Bass

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In the 1970s and 80s small underground clubs and regular house parties provided a necessary avenue of expression for a bubbling African Caribbean music culture that was still not welcome in many mainstream… Read More

Why Map? – Reflections on Cultural Mapping from Coimbra to Bristol

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I write this post this from a moving train. This is a space that is at once confined by steel lines stapled to heavy oak sleepers, whose duration is limited by timetables beyond… Read More

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