Journal

45.4

JME 45.4: Queering the Museum

Cover of JME issue 45.4. The cover artwork is multiple horizontal lines of different colored paint stretched across a round shape with jagged edges on a white background.

Full Issue

EDITORIAL

Queering the Museum in a (Slightly) Broader Context
Nathaniel Prottas

ARTICLES

New Tools for a New Time
Danielle Bennett

LGBTIQ+-Themed Education at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna – Guided Tours with a Drag Queen
Benjamin Rowles

Reaching Out, Reaching In: Museum Educators and Radical Transformation
Kerry Downey

Stories that Center Queer California, and What Still Gets Left Out
Christina Linden

Intuition and Vulnerability: A Queer Approach to Museum Education
Eli Burke

Lessons from Glen Burnie: Queering a Historic House Museum
Danielle Bennett

Queer Possibility
Margaret Middleton

WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYS

Advancing Minoritized Learners’ STEM Oriented Communication Competency Through a Science Center-Based Summer Program
Anton Puvirajah, Geeta Verma, and Todd Campbell

TOOLS, FRAMEWORKS, AND CASE STUDIES

Using Digital Natural History Collections in K-12 STEM Education
Adania Flemming, Molly Phillips, Elizabeth K. Shea, Amy Bolton, Cynthia Lincoln, Kathryn Green, Austin Mast & Marc A. Cubeta

Learning to Teach in a Museum: Benefits of a Museum-University Partnership
Erica R. Hamilton & Kelly C. Margot

Supporting Learning in Museum Makerspaces: A National Framework
Peter S. Wardrip & Lisa Brahms