Open source scholarship- a new model?

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Robert Whitman's "Passport"

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Poster Images to Share!

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Bell Gallery Opening-- Chitra Ganesh

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March 16 Lecture

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Make it Better 3/12

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Event of Interest

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Mirror Neurons

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A personal archive rediscovered 42 years on

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Christian Marclay : The Clock

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Museum of the Object of the Object

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A Museum of Digital Media?

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Steven Leiber's Basement

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Collecting Live Art

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Public Conversation, April 7

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The Big Archive

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Preserving the Immaterial

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Interarchive

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Walter Benjamin's Archive review

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The Archive of Everything

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A series of conversations and reading groups bringing students and faculty at Brown University together with artists, researchers and professionals from a wide range of international and interdisciplinary perspectives, Archiving the Ephemeral is a valuable discursive space for researchers and practitioners concerned and critically engaged with the authoritative agency of the archive in the arts and humanities. More information [here].

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