Museum Studies: 2018

  • Toledo Zoo
    Lucy Smith and Tori Cox have some fun during a tour of the Toledo Zoo.
  • The Henry Ford
    Kim Ransom explores the Rosa Parks bus at The Henry Ford
  • Stearns Musical Instruments
    The group learns about the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments in a behind-the-scenes tour led by Kwasi Ampene.
  • Rittershaus_1
    Alison Rittershaus (PhD candidate, Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art & Archaeology) presents on her work with Roman ceramics at the Harvard Art Museums
  • Redman_2
    MSP visiting scholar, Sam Redman, presents his lecture, "A Swift Death and Steady Resurrection: Salvage Anthropology and U.S. Museums."
  • Redman
    Visiting scholar, Sam Redman, with MSP interim Director, Margaret Hedstrom and Associate Director, Brad Taylor.
  • Pilgrim_web
    Dr. David Pilgrim presents "Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice" to a a packed auditorium.
  • Olympia Entertainment
    The cohort visits Olympia Entertainment's Little Caesar's Arena to learn about hockey history.
  • Holocaust Memorial Museum
    The group takes a tour of the Holocaust Museum.
  • Herbarium
    The students gets a tour of the behind-the-scenes research area at UM's Herbarium from Curator, Tony Reznicek.
  • Gedar_6
    Timnet Gedar (PhD candidate, History) presents on her work with exhibitions at the National Museum of Eritrea.
  • Capstone Cobblestone_4
    One of the final student capstone presentations... This group worked with Cobblestone Farm on their exhibition space.
  • Auslander4
    MSU Museum Director, Mark Auslander, presents "Museums as Sites of Healing: Empathy, Repair, and Critical Reflection."
  • Wash Cty Hist Soc
    Learning about textiles at the Washtenaw County Historical Society

Visual souvenirs from the sixteenth cohort of the MSP graduate program.