While visiting Glasgow, Andrew Hunter (AGG Senior Curator) talks with Rosie Spooner PhD (Lecturer, Design History and Theory, Glasgow School of Art and Lecturer, Information Studies,University of Glasgow) about her research on the history of the British Empire and Canadian Identity as it is embodied by, and embedded in, museums, Empire exhibitions and the Glasgow cityscape. Spooner speaks about the major Glasgow Worlds Fairs, the Doulton Fountain and current issues in Glasgow regarding public history. A compliment to Hunter's interview with Marenka Thompson-Odlum.
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