Museum Studies

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Kaitlyn Kingsland

Our most recent podcast: Episode 20-06 Archaeogaming: The Archaeology of and in Gaming An interview with Kaitlyn Kingsland We welcome Kaitlyn Kingsland, for a conversation about Archaeogaming. Kaitlyn is a doctoral student at the University of South Florida and a researcher at the Institute for Digital Exploration or iDEx. Her work focuses on 3D and digital read more…

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Elizabeth Galvin

Elizabeth Galvin, Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts

Our most recent podcast: Episode 19-05 Born Digital: Rock Art at the British Museum An interview with Elizabeth Galvin Join us for a conversation with anthropologist and digital humanities specialist, Elizabeth Galvin, as she shares with us her previous work at the British Museum as the project manager and leader of a major digital research project read more…

MA in Museum Studies Faculty Kris Nesbitt Received the John Cotton Dana Award

Kris Nesbitt

Kris Nesbitt, one of our MA in Museum Studies faculty, received the John Cotton Dana Award for Leadership from the American Library Association. Kris’s work is at the intersection of leadership and education while engaging with the critical needs of all communities–accessibility and inclusion. While Kris’s work has been celebrated and acknowledged publicly, and she read more…

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Dr. Paolo Rondelli

Dr. Paolo Rondelli

Our most recent podcast: Episode 18-04 San Marino: A Small Republic with a Big History An interview with Dr. Paolo Rondelli Perched on Mount Titano and surrounded on all sides by the country of Italy, San Marino, is a small republic with a big history. The San Marino historic center and Mount Titano gained UNESCO World Heritage read more…

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Dr. Stephen Lansing

Dr. Steve Lansing

Our most recent podcast: Episode 18-03 Heritage Potentials and Pitfalls: Bali and the impact of its World Heritage Status An interview with Dr. Stephen Lansing With its rice terraces and water temples, the subaks of Bali’s cultural landscape blend the natural, cultural, and spiritual through a cooperative social system of management. The 2012 designation of the read more…

Bears Ears and the Future of Our National Monuments

Bear Ears and the Future of Our National Monuments

The Cultural Heritage Management Graduate Program of Advanced Academic Programs, Johns Hopkins University presents a panel of expert voices to discuss the December 2017 reduction of Bears Ears National Monument and consider what this means for the future of heritage preservation in the United States. Panel Participants include: Willie Grayeyes, Chairman of Utah Diné Bikéyah read more…

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Lisa Craig

Lisa Craig

Episode 18-02 Climate Change and Heritage: Planning for the Future An interview with Lisa Craig Climate change — extreme weather and rising sea levels — demands a forward-thinking approach to heritage preservation. Join us as we talk with Lisa Craig of The Craig Group, about current issues in preservation and adaptation planning. In her role read more…

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Brian Michael Lione

Brian Lione

Episode 17-01 An interview with Brian Michael Lione Conflict in the Middle East poses unique challenges to local heritage, join us as we talk with Brian Michael Lione, an adjunct faculty member in the Cultural Heritage Management program and the Iraq Program Manager for the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum Conservation Institute. Since 2009, Mr. Lione has read more…

Museum Studies Faculty Member Bob Beatty Received the Outstanding Service Award

Bob Beatty

MA in Museum Studies faculty member Bob Beatty received the Outstanding Service Award from the Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC). Initiated in 1999, the Outstanding Service to the Museum Profession Award recognizes a leader with 10 or more years of service in areas such as program organization and long term cultural development.

Museum Studies Alumna Amy Moorefield Named New Director for F&M’s Phillips Museum of Art

Amy Moorefield

MA in Museum Studies alumna Amy Moorefield has been appointed the new Director of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin and Marshall College. Amy Moorefield has nearly two decades of experience in not-for-profit and academic museums. Her scope of work ranges from curatorial, collections management and exhibitions to fundraising, educational programming, marketing, publications and professional read more…

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