Using Jazz Improvisation As A Model For Developing Exhibits

Guest post by Suzanne Seriff, Ph.D Jazz improvisation begins with a melodic…


Uncomfortable for Some: Addressing Issues of Importance at AASLH

At AASLH’s 2013 Annual Meeting, three of us will conduct a panel  discussion on…


Birmingham 2013 - What is an "Annual Meeting Kick-Off?"

The 2013 AASLH Annual Meeting is just around the corner!  We certainly hope you…


What AASLH Membership Means to a Grad Student

Joining any respected professional organization is one task on many students’…


Visitor Engagement: It's All About Connections

One of the best sessions at a museum conference that I ever attended was at the…


Can't make it to Birmingham? Enjoy the AASLH Online Conference From Home!

Can’t make it to Birmingham this September? Why not get connected to the 2013…


“Honk for History” OR “Want Truth? Get History.”

Do we need a brand for history?  I just attended an UnConference Session at the…


Paying it Forward...

Any worker in a small museum can find an excuse not to participate in…


re Your Docents Dull, Dwindling or Dying? We Can Help!

Erik Holland (Director, Education & Interpretative Services at the North…


Do History Museums Still Need Objects? I'm Not Sure

I’ve been pondering the central question of Rainey Tisdale’s article (“Do…