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Journal of Museum Education: A Publication of the Museum Education Roundtable
“Building Diversity in Museums”
Tina R. Nolan, Interim Editor
128 pages; Vol. 34, N. 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
“From the Editors” – Elizabeth L. Maurer and Tina R. Nolan
“From the Guest Editors” – Gillian McIntyre and Syrus Marcus Ware
“Thinking Through Diversity” – Jessica Harrington
“Art History Through Lens of the Present?” – Gerald McMaster
Access is Not a Text Alternative – Stephen Brown
“Walking with Janet Cardiff, Sitting with Massimo Guerrera, and Eating Apples with R. Murray Shafer: Meaningful Museum Experiences with Participatory Art for Visitors with and without Visual Impairments” – Elizabeth Sweeney
“Mixed: The Study of 'And'” – Nancy Arms Simon
“Capacity Building and Cultural Ownership: The V&A Working with Culturally Diverse Communities” – Eithne Nightingale
“Beginning with Change: Resources for Building Diversity in Museums” – Tara Turner
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