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This paper describes an interactive demo of our collaborative research activity with the Museum of Broken Relationships, one of Lonely Planet's 'Fifty Museums to Blow Your Mind'. ... In collaboration with the Museum, we are currently collecting data worldwide and cross-culturally on the digital possessions individuals associate with their romantic break up, combined with the stories ... Acknowledgements We are grateful to all Digital Separations Collection contributors. Thanks also to Zhen Ge for the illustrations in Figures 4 and 5 in this paper. ...doi:10.1145/3170427.3186547 dblp:conf/chi/HerronMCGVH18 fatcat:prnvxm3pmbcgtlsspl7auczp3y
Whether in the readymade's scrambling of the categories of art and commodity or Conceptual art's translation of matter into information, the artwork is embedded in a dynamic multi-media discourse. ... Modern and contemporary art have redefined the relationship between information and matter. ... relations in the museum (race becoming property). ...doi:10.1162/octo_a_00419 fatcat:dhgsa7zvx5hjhizmpptvb52hwa
Digital archives programs in museums can apply the model presented in this study to satisfy the knowledge management requirement and support the long-term perspective of developing academic, exhibition ... for the spectrum of various knowledge assets for all domains and applications in a museum. ... The authors would like to thank the National Science Council, Taiwan, ROC, for financially supporting this research under Contract No. NSC93-1201-34-05-00-00-00-16. ...doi:10.1108/02640470610649236 fatcat:ipuzmt3htjdajhe34kyonfoqya
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This theory appears to suffice for many cases of polydactyly. There have lately been added to the College Museum two specimens of supernumerary digits in the horse. They were presented by Mr. ... In the fresh state both digits had a separate cover ing of skin and hair, and as an interesting fact it may be noticed that neither were possessed of ergots. ...
In this study, ungual bones of 108 birds and 5 squamates were imaged using X-ray techniques and a relationship was found between curvatures of the ungual bone within the claw of pedal digit III and four ... These findings demonstrate the utility of our model in answering questions of palaeoecology, the theropod-bird transition, and the evolution of avian flight. ... Acknowledgments The authors thank The World Museum of Liverpool, The Manchester Museum, and The National Museum of Scotland at Edinburgh for their contribution of specimens for this study. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0211173 pmid:32023255 pmcid:PMC7001973 fatcat:d2js7kt2y5dv5dvg7w6l74ntnu
of characters in derived genera such as Stereognathus. ... We reevaluate the scoring of S. ooliticus in previous phylogenetic analyses, generating a new tree using rescored Stereognathus characters. ... Brewer at the Natural History Museum in London, H. Ketchum from the Natural History Museum in Oxford, and D. Rice from Gloucester Museum for collections access; and R. ...doi:10.1080/02724634.2017.1351448 fatcat:fqynp6ujeba7nm554dapq2mpai
The paper aim is to assess the prospective of a website for further the relationship and communication between the Santa Maria Nuova museum and its digital audience. ... In the literature, while the use of websites by traditional museums has been extensively studied, a gap emerges with regard to the description and the use of the websites by particular museums which are ... This digital instrument has broken down most of the space-time barriers that until then had defined the conditions for communicating. ...doi:10.1504/ijdcet.2020.105905 fatcat:46qr6ygnu5c6tj4gn24jkrtn4e
In the cultural sector we use digital museum objects every day; in exhibitions, websites, collections management systems, and on our social channels. But, what actually are these objects? ... Do we understand them as objects in their own right? With their own nature and essence? ... many opted to describe it in terms of its relationship with the physical object. ...doi:10.1111/cura.12361 fatcat:r36yxoyugfhuro7rjumlr3oaia
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS For kindly providing access to fossil material at the Geologisk Museum, Copenhagen, we thank G. Cuny, W. Christiansen, M. Elmgaard, and D. Harper, as well as S. ... Financial support was provided by Transnational Access to Major Research Infrastructures to COBICE (Copenhagen Biosystematics Center, Framework 5 of the European Union), 2001 and 2003 (to GJD); University ... Digit III is shorter than the previous two but tapers to a point as in all of the digits. ...doi:10.1206/0003-0082(2005)491[0001:ansotf]2.0.co;2 fatcat:bagljetymjcmnnz4sfu4ldykji
In addition to how these stories address many dramatic instances of confrontations with the "other," they also possess an impressive diversity in their style and form. ... Here the reader inhabits the troubled psyche of the girl depicted in this artwork who is like an enslaved fairy tale heroine while simultaneously existing as a girl from a broken affluent NYC home. ...doi:10.15867/331917.4.4 fatcat:zma27qkeybaj3beaf2hmwsozuq
that open articu- lar areas on the girdle for the claspers, and on the proximal clasper margin, are in fact broken. ... Simpson (Field Museum of Natural History; Rhamphodopsis threiplandi, Fig. 5) and Bill Crighton, a volunteer at the Royal Scottish Museum Edinburgh for taking the photographs of the Rhamphodopsis threiplandi ...
Inspired by recent scholarship in museum studies, the article concludes with a vision of "otherwising" to explore alternative possibilities that can be realized when we adopt reciprocity as an archival ... Increasing interest in indigenization, decolonization, community archives, and the recent adoption of the Protocols for Native American Archival Materials (PNAAM) by the Society of American Archivists, ... In fact, reconceptualizing archival work from the perspectives of relationship, building one where such a bond does not exist, or repairing it when broken has become a significant theme in critical archival ...doi:10.17723/2327-9702-85.1.30 fatcat:zc376c3p6nbx5l4euhrjdz2w2u
Also, for both the manus and pes, the first digit in Puijila is elongate relative to the other digits (although shorter than the second digit). ... Flattened digits are also present in the manus and pes of other pinnipeds, including Potamotherium and Enaliarctos. ... Supplementary Information is linked to the online version of the paper at www.nature.com/nature. ...doi:10.1038/nature07985 pmid:19396145 fatcat:nke6o6yflza2jftyqmrtsqbseu
Although broken, the bulla of Viverravus acutus (Viverravidae, Carnivora) appears to have enclosed the middle ear and to have been composed exclusively of an ectotympanic bone. ... The structure of the bulla and other basicranial features support the hypothesis that viverravids lie phylogenetically outside crown-group Carnivora and that the last common ancestor of living carnivorans ... Side Grant from the Linnean Society of London and UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) grant GR ⁄ R28911. ...doi:10.1111/j.1475-4983.2006.00586.x fatcat:qk5uxsie5fhplem4cwx2t35shy
There are ever more stakeholders involved in the circulation of culture, often collaborating in innovative ways to manage, preserve, use and re-use digitally returned materials in mutually beneficial and ... The digital age has intensified and changed these discussions in ways that are sometimes unpredictable. ... Through ethnographic fieldwork and research in museums and archives, he examines the shifting local and global network of relationships between persons, artifacts, and the environment in New Guinea and ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.3940794 fatcat:q3dx55hezng4fcgpphn55oyvaq
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