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Unexhibitable? or just Difficult?

One of my favorite readings that has stuck with me throughout my graduate program was for the Introduction to Museum Education class: The Unexhibitable: A Conversation, by Gretchen Jennings and Maureen McConnell. It poses the question: What, if anything is … Continue reading

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Recount, Remember, Refresh

One Museum, Many Stories (and Storytelling devices) Often, when you visit a museum, the mission is to tell the story of a group of people or a place in a cohesive narrative that allows the visitor to learn, understand and … Continue reading

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NMAAHC Object

The object in the collection of the National Museum of African American History that I found most interesting was this uniform cap of Pullman Porter Robert Thomas. Being from the Chicago area, I have heard much about about the Pullman … Continue reading

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