Museum Nerds, Codified

Museum nerds LOVE to be Museum nerds. (Then they complain that “non-traditional” museum audiences feel alienated by museums. 🙂 ) Don’t be fooled by the word “nerd;” museum nerds think that they are very cool. But all Museum nerds are not created equal. You’ve got your art museums, your science museums, the behemoth that is…

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Pink Collar Blues

I’m aware that crimes against women happen globally daily, weekly, hourly, but in the Western world, I can’t help but feel that the headlines this month have been a really darkly ironic window into what it’s like to be a woman. It’s Women’s History Month, which is why I’m writing posts focused on women in…

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Native American Heritage Month is Every Month: Resource Round Up

November is officially Native American Heritage Month in the United States. The first official legislation recognizing this dates to the George H. W. Bush administration in 1990. In recent years, there has been much conversation about celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day in October, replacing “Columbus Day,” which was designated as a federal holiday in 1937. Although…

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