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Publications [#341420] of Mark Olson

Papers Published

  1. Olson, M, Visualizing Venice, in Visualizing Venice: Mapping and Modeling Time and Change in a City, edited by Huffman, KL; Giordano, A; Bruzelius, C (2017), pp. 92-99, Routledge, ISBN 1138285994 [doi]
    (last updated on 2020/04/03)

    Curated exhibitions have long been the primary means by which the work of historians of urban and material culture has interfaced with the public. They are sites of translation, where the relatively specialized knowledge of experts meets an engaged public, sites where scholarship becomes communication.