Public programs facilitate dialogue between academics and professionals, informing scholarship and strengthening practice.

Multiple day conferences, year-long colloquia, individual lectures, “conversations” between individuals, hands-on workshops, and Museums at Noon talks featuring our graduate students all contribute to the remarkable richness of MSP offerings.

Video recordings of some MSP lectures are archived for viewing in our Media Gallery.

Global Interns: museum practice in Israel & Uganda

Haven Hall, Eldersveld Room 505 S. State Street, Ann Arbor

Global Interns: museum practice in Israel & Uganda September 29 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm Eldersveld Room, 5670 Haven Hall   Alexandra Norwood,  PhD candidate, Anthropology The Apes of Uganda: An Exhibit and Outreach Program at the Uganda Museum Uganda is often called the...

Afterthought – Remembering a Pandemic

Rackham Graduate School 915 E. Washington Street, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Five events comprise a special program spotlighting COVID commemoration as a form of political resistance. This program offers interactions with commemorative art, invites students and visitors to think about art as a form of political and social action, and includes multiple opportunities to interact...

Tour of “Narrating Nubia: the Social Lives of Heritage”

Duderstadt Center (2281 Bonisteel)

North Campus Duderstadt Gallery (2281 Bonisteel) Join Bailey Franzoi (MSP21), Shannon Ness (MSP15 alumna), and Geoff Emberling (Research Scientist, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology) for a tour of “Narrating Nubia: the Social Lives of Heritage.”  “Narrating Nubia” is a project funded by the UM Humanities...