Last fall, Margaret, Porchia, and Rose collaborated on an article that was just published in Exhibition (Spring 2016) Vol. 36 No. 1. Exhibition is the peer-review journal of the National Association of Museum Exhibition (NAME). For those of you who’ve been following the Incluseum, the ideas developed in the article will sound familiar: we discuss the power of words in perpetuating biases and rendering certain realities, bodies, and experiences invisible. If you’re interested in reading the article, you can access it here (or by clicking on the image below). If you intend on using and/or citing this article, please do so as follows:
Kinsley, R.P.; Middleton, M.; Moore, P. (2016). (Re)Frame: The Case for New Language in the 21st Century Museum. Exhibition (36)1, 56-63.
AND, Margaret’s nifty Family Inclusive Language Chart reprinted in the article is available for purchase as poster!
[…] Rose Kinsley, Margaret Middleton, and Porchia Moore discuss “the power of words in perpetuating biases and rendering certain realities, bodies, and experiences invisible” in the peer reviewed journal, National Association of Museum Exhibition (NAME). (The Incluseum) […]