50th Anniversary of L’Amour de l’Art: Have museum visitor profiles really changed?
Rafaela Ganga Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Dr Rafaela Ganga is Research Associate at the ICC. In her first blog for the institute, she discusses her recent contribution to a conference commemorating the 50th anniversary of Pierre Bourdieu’s seminal contribution to sociological museum studies, L’Amour de l’Art.
Liverpool 2018: Exploring the image of Liverpool online
Chiara Zuanni Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
In this blog, Dr Chiara Zuanni presents some early findings from the digital media analysis strand of the Liverpool 2018 research project, showing how the European Capital of Culture year has impacted on the city’s image online.
Better Together: Museums, Health Care and Collaborative Advantage
Kerry Wilson Friday, November 11th, 2016
In November 2016, the ICC’s Head of Research Kerry Wilson participated in a panel discussion on the value of collaboration between museum and health care sectors at the annual Museums Association conference in Glasgow. In her latest blog, she summarises her contribution to the debate.
Reflections on Rio 2016: On the need for both ‘black’ and ‘white’ narratives around mega-event impacts
Beatriz Garcia Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
In the fourth in a series of blogs on Rio 2016, Dr Beatriz García draws on the media portrayal of Rio as Olympic host and her own experiences as an observer during the Games to argue the case for both ‘black’ and ‘white’ narratives on the impacts of mega-events.