Museum Studies Program Blog

Alumni kudos!

Kudos to…  Michael Andre (MSP04) continues to work as a translator for Klassik Stiftung Weimar, as well as on other projects including copy-editing a forthcoming book on batik. Recently, two of his translations were published: the Werkverzeichnis Henry van de Velde III: Keramik/ Ceramics(German and...

Brown bag schedule revision

Please note that there has been a change to our brown bag schedule.  The March 9 presentation has been moved to March 24.  (This is the presentation titled “The Smithsonian Institution and the Making of the American Nonprofit Sector.”)  The revised full schedule is...

Alumni kudos!

Kudos to…  Erica Lehrer (MSP04) published her article, “Thinking Through the Canadian Museum for Human Rights” in the American Quarterly’s December 2015 issue. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the first national museum built outside Canada’s capital, opened to the public on September 20,2014,...

Mellon Public Humanities Fellowships

Mellon Public Humanities fellowships are open only to humanities doctoral students. They provide humanities doctoral students with summer stipends (generally $3,360 to $4,500) to support an extended opportunity to increase their capacities as scholars while exploring expanded career paths at a variety of host...