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5 Things That Have Helped Me to Become a Better Parent

If you are a parent in the United States, chances are you have taken classes to help make you a better parent. We read books and listen to advice from our own parents and people we trust. 855 more words


Recent #Terrorism, #Disaster and #Transparency Events Related to #Publishing, #Libraries, #Archives and #Museums

A worrying trend. A way for ordinary citizens to challenge ignorance, censorship, intellectual freedom and freedom of speech is simply to stay informed and be aware of recent events: 315 more words


New Blog Post

Hello everyone!

It has been a while since my last blog post and I have decided to write blog posts quarterly due to *drum roll* I am now in full time work. 478 more words


Two Paintings Returned to the Deutsches Historisches Museum

Press release (14 August 2015) from the Gemäldegalerie:

The Gemäldegalerie in Berlin is returning two paintings, originally from the Zeughaus (Armoury) holdings, to the Deutsches Historisches Museum. 369 more words


Jim Thompson House and Jim Thompson Factory Shop - Bangkok

The Jim Thompson story is a fascinating one. A trained architect and former CIA agent, he is credited with reviving the Thai silk industry in the period after World War II. 271 more words


Shared Authority in the Curatorial Process

This week we read and discussed various aspects of public history, including what it means to be a part of the public, and how that impacts our interpretation of history. 332 more words


Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

This past March I found myself heading back to the west coast, to Washington state, to enjoy a short vacation before I started a new job. 783 more words