Tpk

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Name: Tim Keward
Date registered: June 21, 2012

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  1. Tom Ritchie discusses Shapin, Meccano, and the Hartree Differential Analyser — February 20, 2018
  2. I went to “Science” and all I got was this lousy t-shirt — June 23, 2017
  3. Emus in space: visualising western and indigenous knowledge — May 17, 2017
  4. We Have Never Been Silent — November 9, 2016

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Feb 20

Tom Ritchie discusses Shapin, Meccano, and the Hartree Differential Analyser

You have to use what you’ve got; if you don’t have the stuff, you can’t do the thing.   Inspired by this quip from Ben Russell (Curator of Mechanical Engineering at the Science Museum, Kensington), my latest Ph.D. chapter considers the ways in which the stories of the Hartree Differential Analyser have been changed in …

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Jun 23

I went to “Science” and all I got was this lousy t-shirt

May 17

Emus in space: visualising western and indigenous knowledge

‘Emu in the Sky’ acrylic Margaret Whitehurst

2-image display for Yamajiart Exhibition 2007.   The Emu has great spiritual significance for the Aboriginal people for many male-kin initiation ceremonies. Their sacred role was (is) embedded deeply in place-based cultural attachments.1 Emus were a primary food source during the seasonal egg cycle, and remain frequent subjects in aboriginal art, reflecting their importance in …

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Nov 09

We Have Never Been Silent

Damián Ortega - Cosmic Things, 2002

by Daniel Belteki In my research on the history of the Airy Transit Circle, I am attempting to introduce the concept of assemblage to illuminate both the internal and external multiplicity of singularity objects in their material and non-material contexts (not to be confused with interpretive flexibility which highlights the multiplicity of the interpretations of …

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