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Mission, Vision, and Values

A rebutal to an attack on the Smithsonian -- a 1996 c-span interview with Brian Lamb

I remember this being an artificially created controversy so I elected to be interviewed alone as did the other interviewee.  Long time ago. In the introduction Brian said.   ”<

SINGING AND DANCING AT NIGHT: MUSEUM LEARNING FROM INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

I was invited by Alison Edwards and Laurence Sullivan to be part of a conference at the Harvard Divinity School in 2002.  Out of that conference came the important volume “Stewards of the

THRESHOLD FEAR

I was asked to speak at a conference in Leicester Museum Studies Program organized by Suzanne MacLoed.  The version of the speech was published in “Reshaping Museum Space” published b

THE FORWARD TO ROBERT JANES BOOK MUSEUMS IN A TROUBLED WORLD

MUSEUMS IN A TROUBLED WORLD is a book written by Robert Janes in 2009 and published by Routledge.  I was honored to be asked to write the forward.  It is called “A New Form of Fo

Choosing Among the Options

CHOOSING AMONG THE OPTIONS, AN ARTICLE ABOUT MUSEUM TYPES BASED ON INTENTION

First published in the Journal Curator

Boston Stories: Internal Culture of the Boston Children's Museum in the 1970's and 80's

This project “Boston Stories” is the work of many people, mostly alumni of the Boston Children’s Museum during the 1970’s onward.

INTRODUCING THE BLUE OCEAN MUSEUM: an imagined museum of the Nearly Immediate Future: about power sharing with visitors

The Blue Ocean Museum was written for the ICOM Triannual in Vienna Austria in 2007

The Blurring of the Boundaries: Merging the Definitions of Museums with Other Institutions

A Blurring of the Boundaries” was written in 1994 about enlarging the definition of museums to include institutions quite unlike the object based institutions we think of as classical museums.&nbs

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