A piece of Germany's past it wishes it could forget was just discovered in the American Museum of Natural History.
Author: Marissa Walker
Museum Details: Immigration the Raison d’Être of New Museum in London
It's one of the most important political debates in the history of the world. But until this week, London had no museum dedicated to the topic of immigration.
Remembering in the Company of Ghosts: An American Jew in Germany Contemplates Yom HaShoah
When reminders of the persecution of your ancestors are everywhere, the only option is to face them.
I Am Digital & Digital is Me: Lines Blur Between Museum & Digital Initiatives
Historically accurate Minecraft constructions, a digital water exhibition, and sculptural Frankensteins on a rooftop.
Museum Details: Speaking with Silence
One museum navigates the exceedingly difficult task of simultaneously remaining true to its subject matter and its mission.
Smithsonian Internship Reflection: Flying Through Folklife
The chronicles of my unbelievable Smithsonian Folklife internship.
Museum Details: A Museum of Claudel’s Own
Camille Claudel has spent history in Rodin's shadow. This year, she steps into the light.
Digital Explorations: A Website Critique of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has done some wonderful things with their site, but may still need to make alterations when it comes to increasing accessibility.
Museum Details: Horror of India’s Colonization Warrants Exposure
Scholars are calling for the continuing study of the British colonization of India. But where will such scholarship find a home?
Forum Museum: Communities and Museums Collide
Museums are emerging as important public forums for society, and no forum would be complete without an ‘Et tu, Brute?’ moment.