Museum Studies: 2018 by Museum Studies Program · Published May 1, 2019 · Updated June 11, 2021 Lucy Smith and Tori Cox have some fun during a tour of the Toledo Zoo. Kim Ransom explores the Rosa Parks bus at The Henry Ford The group learns about the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments in a behind-the-scenes tour led by Kwasi Ampene. Alison Rittershaus (PhD candidate, Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art & Archaeology) presents on her work with Roman ceramics at the Harvard Art Museums MSP visiting scholar, Sam Redman, presents his lecture, "A Swift Death and Steady Resurrection: Salvage Anthropology and U.S. Museums." Visiting scholar, Sam Redman, with MSP interim Director, Margaret Hedstrom and Associate Director, Brad Taylor. Dr. David Pilgrim presents "Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice" to a a packed auditorium. The cohort visits Olympia Entertainment's Little Caesar's Arena to learn about hockey history. The group takes a tour of the Holocaust Museum. The students gets a tour of the behind-the-scenes research area at UM's Herbarium from Curator, Tony Reznicek. Timnet Gedar (PhD candidate, History) presents on her work with exhibitions at the National Museum of Eritrea. One of the final student capstone presentations... This group worked with Cobblestone Farm on their exhibition space. MSU Museum Director, Mark Auslander, presents "Museums as Sites of Healing: Empathy, Repair, and Critical Reflection." Learning about textiles at the Washtenaw County Historical Society The cohort visits Olympia Entertainment's Little Caesar's Arena to learn about hockey history. Visual souvenirs from the sixteenth cohort of the MSP graduate program.