Monthly Archives: September 2016

Face Event at the National Media Museum

The National Media Museum in Bradford will be hosting a special ‘Faces‘ evening as part of their free Lates series of events on Thursday 29 September 2016. The Lates series is known for bringing artists, scientists and other thinkers together around … Continue reading

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Virtual Tudors (with bad teeth) Revealed

Swansea University researchers in the College of Engineering have been contributing to the digital presentation of life aboard Henry VIII’s doomed flagship the Mary Rose, including a 3D scan of the skull of a carpenter with a nasty mouth abscess and head wound … Continue reading

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Paralympics and Changed Faces

The start of the 2016 Rio Paralympics reminds me of a comment made by James Partridge, CEO of Changing Faces on the impact of the previous games: ‘2012 did nothing for us’. His point was that whilst the increased media … Continue reading

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Blog post at QMUL– Diagnosing Deviance: aversion, obscenity and the senses in classical antiquity

Effaced team member Mark Bradley has a guest post that may interest our readers on the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions blog this week: Diagnosing Deviance: aversion, obscenity and the senses in classical antiquity. Mark opens with … Continue reading

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We’re on the move!

From 1 September 2016 the Effaced project HQ is officially at Swansea University. We even have a new project website. This blog and the Twitter account will remain unchanged, but we’re looking forward to working in the sea air.

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