Monthly Archives: November 2013

Learning About the Past in the Future: Local, National, and International Trends for Museum Education

While it is impossible to know what the next two decades hold for museum goers around the world, it seems clear that several key trends will likely continue to impact greatly cultural institutions on the local, national, and international levels.  … Continue reading

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A Brief Review of The Wages of History: Emotional Labor on Public History’s Front Lines by Amy Tyson

Amy Tyson’s The Wages of History builds from the insights of previous participant observations centered on historical sites including Cathy Stantion’s The Lowell Experiment or New History in an Old Museum by Eric Gable and Richard Handler, while also delving … Continue reading

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