Privacy and death symposium
12-13 October, University of Copenhagen and online. 'This keynote by the internationally recognised independent scholar in the field of museum ethics, Dr. Angela Stienne, will address the display of human remains in museums, interrogating whether an ethical display of bodies is, in fact, possible when the question of privacy is at play, especially when viewed through the lens of historical forced displacement, medical studies, and race studies. '
BBC History Magazine
A one page feature expanding on the History Extra podcast, eploring the question of the ethics surrounding the display of Egyptian mummified bodies in museums.
How do we share stories from the museum, encourage wider discussion and build up our audience? In this video, Dr Angela Stienne shares the fascinating background to Mummy Stories, the first and largest participatory project of its kind. This video offeres practical advice for professionals wanting to create impactful projects.
My top 5 books and why they could help you, too
Two page feature 'The big interview' in National Geographic Kids UK, exploring the question of human remains in museums and their displacement, for young audiences. Includes mention on ways to get involved with Mummy Stories.
In conversation at the Documentary Media Centre
A live interview and Q&A recorded in Leicester in January 2020 exploring the career of Dr Angela Stienne, with a particular focus on the communication of the ethics of human remains and the future of Mummy Stories. Includes questions about what Hollywood gets wrong, and can we ever get ethics right!