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Posted on 27 July 2015 by Laura King
By Laura King, University of Leeds Understanding how families keep things and document their histories is, for me, a feminist project. The Family Archive project has an important dual purpose, […]
Posted on 9 May 2015 by Laura King
By Laura King, University of Leeds Why do we try to preserve particular memories? What exactly is valuable in the process of keeping and ‘curating’ particular objects and documents that […]
Posted on 9 March 2015 by Laura King
By Laura King, Project Co-Investigator, University of Leeds What are the most valuable things that people keep? In my last post I talked about how the most mundane aspects of […]
Exploring Family Identities, Memories and Stories Through Curated Personal Possessions
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