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One of the core aims of GLAADH is to support the development
of learning and teaching strategies toward more culturally diverse curricula in
Art, Architecture and Design History. In November 2001 a call for bids from
departments planning change elicited an encouraging range of responses. GLAADH
was not able to support all those who applied, but 10 projects were selected,
which comprises more than a fifth of the sector the project set out to target.
This geographical spread of departments have since established their
sub-projects or 'Initiatives' in collaboration with GLAADH, and receive some
financial support, a forum for sharing good practice, and help with project
management. This section of the website presents the outcomes of this support.
Here you will find:
- Information about the closing
Conference, with an overview of the day, abstracts of the papers, speaker
profiles and list of delegates, as well as Professor Donald Preziosi's, (UCLA)
paper, which he has very kindly allowed up to publish online.
- Case Study Reports and Background Progress Reports from
the 10 GLAADH Initiatives projects which have been working to implement more
culturally diverse curricula in Art, Architecture and Design
- An overview of two workshops organised to support the 10
GLAADH Initiatives with key speakers' session notes and feedback from the
- An Overview of Professor Robert Hillenbrand's workshop on
Art and Architecture
- Additional Case
Study Reports from institutions where greater cultural diversity has been
embedded within the curriculum.