Museum Visions: A Blog Space

2018

This space was created by the Museum Education Roundtable to expand upon the most recent Journal of Museum Education (JME) issue, reflect on member events, and address timely issues that we face in the field of museum work. We would love your input! Please contact us via Twitter @MusEdRoundtable or via Facebook @MuseumEducationRoundtable with questions, comments, or ideas.

JME 43.4: On the Floor: Museum Teaching Techniques in the 21st Century

EDITORIAL From the Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Robinson FROM THE GUEST EDITORS On the Floor: Museum Teaching Techniques in the 21st Century Elisabeth Nevins ARTICLES Learning from Doing: The Evolution of a Dialogue-Based Program about Race Jason Porter & Sydney S. Garcia A Polyphonic Experience and a Mute Technology Kamma Lauridsen Visitor to Visitor Learning: Setting up an Open-Ended Inquiry in an … Read More

JME 43.3: Woman/Trans/Femme in the Museum

EDITORIAL From the Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Robinson FROM THE GUEST EDITORS Woman/Trans/Femme in the Museum Margaret Middleton & Sage Morgan-Hubbard ARTICLES Presence and Power: Beyond Feminism in Museums Elisabeth Callihan & Kaywin Feldman How Liberal White Women Can Support Equity Seema Rao Beyond the Male/Female Binary: Gender Equity and Inclusion in Evaluation Surveys Alexander Lussenhop Actions that Promote Inclusivity Seema Rao … Read More

JME 43.2: Rebuilding Civil Civics in Museums

EDITORIAL From the Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Robinson FROM THE GUEST EDITOR Rebuilding Civil Civics in Museums Caroline Angel Burke ARTICLES Public History Institutions: Leaders in Civics Through the Power of the Past Kathleen Munn & Allison Wickens Targeting Truth: How Museums Can Collaboratively Address Social Issues Theresa M. de los Santos, Elizabeth Smith & Mira Cohen Using Storytelling to Establish Justice: … Read More

JME 43.1: Interpreting Trauma, Memory, and Lived Experience in Museums and Historic Sites

EDITORIAL From the Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Robinson FROM THE GUEST EDITOR Interpreting Trauma, Memory, and Lived Experience in Museums and Historic Sites Lauren Zalut ARTICLES Creating Safe(r) Spaces for Visitors and Staff in Museum Programs Mark Katrikh A Balancing Act: Interpreting Tragedy at the 9/11 Memorial Museum Noah Rauch Sharing Lived Experience with Incarceration to Encourage Visitor Empathy: A Case Study … Read More