Tag Archives: Preservation

Interpreting Slavery in Historic Cities

A couple weeks ago, I (Rose) had the pleasure to attend a panel discussion on Interpreting Slavery in a Historic City moderated by Porchia Moore. This event was held at the Jepson Center in Savannah, GA and brought together four panelists from different local institutions (see flyer below) (note: the flyer lists five names; George […]

Discovering Our Inclusion Model: The National Public Housing Museum

This year I was fortunate to meet Todd Palmer, Associate Director and Curator, and Daniel Ronan, Manager of Public Engagement at the National Public Housing Museum (NPHM) in Chicago.  I had only recently heard about this ongoing Museum project and couldn’t wait to hear more from these great folks about a museum that describes itself like this: The […]

(Re)Connection in Collaboration: Zuni Collection Reviews at the Indian Arts Research Center

Patricia Baudino was a contributing author to the volume of the Journal of Museums and Social Issues we guest edited a year ago. In this piece, she discusses research she’s been conducting as part of her internship at the Indian Arts Research Center (IARC), which examines the exchange of information between the IARC and local source communities. […]