Happy New Year from Museum Minute! You may have noticed that I took a bit of a blogging break. There are a few reasons for this: 1. I was traveling for the holidays. 2. The blog doesn’t get nearly as much traffic from mid-end of December. 3. I’m a part of a team that has … Continue reading
Tag Archives: American Association for State and Local History
#AASLH2013: See You in Birmingham!
Do you plan on attending this year’s American Association for State and Local History Annual Meeting September 18 – 21, in Birmingham, Alabama? This year’s conference, in partnership with the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, is sure to be informative, enlightening, and inspiring. The theme? Turning Points: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Change. Fifty years after … Continue reading
Let’s Hang Out at #AASLH2012 in SLC
Are you attending the American Association for State and Local History’s Annual Meeting (#AASLH2012) in Salt Lake City? The annual meeting is October 3-6, 2012. I just submitted my registration. I’m even participating in a few sessions. Interested in what I have to say? Check me out at: Marketing, Education & Access: Perspectives on Web … Continue reading
Denying Commemoration, Again: NBC Programming Tailored for U.S. Audience
The theme of last year’s American Association of State and Local History’s Annual Meeting, Commemoration: The Promise of New Beginnings, is still on my mind. Why? Commemoration is the public healing process of reflection and hope for a better future and provides the lens by which future generations come to understand how and why historical events … Continue reading
Seminar for Historical Administration: Thank You!
I’ve been out of town for three weeks. THREE WEEKS! That’s three weeks away from the office, my dog…and did I mention the office? Where was I? I was at the Seminar for Historical Administration (SHA) in Indianapolis, Indiana. What is SHA? SHA is the longest-running professional development seminar in the country specifically targeted to … Continue reading