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Viewing AV History - the Polycom SoundStation is Donated to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History

By Corey Moss

A short time back, an invite came from Polycom to attend a very special event that would be taking place at the Smithsonian Institute, CEO Mary McDowell would be in attendance along with others at Polycom including Jeff Rodman, Co-Founder/Chief Evangelist. 642 more words

Feature Story

Trump's wife, Melania donates her inaugural gown to the Smithsonian's National Museum

First lady, Melania Trump has donated her inaugural ballgown to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.  

“To be honest, what I would wear to the inaugural ball was the last thing on my mind.  82 more words

News

Do This: The Smithsonian Food History Weekend Festival (10/28/17)

The third annual Smithsonian Food History Weekend Festival is coming soon! 97 more words

Do This

"Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what's for lunch"*...

The online site for the National Museum of American History is chock full of cool historical stuff, from advertising to art to communications to just about anything having to do with the history of our great nation.

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Public Memory, Glamour, and First Ladies

My latest article, which explores the role of glamour in how we remember our first ladies, is now available in Women’s Studies in Communication, volume 40, issue 3. 53 more words

Research

Religious Freedom and Diversity in Early America - A New Smithsonian Exhibit

Interesting New Exhibition at The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.

“You can’t tell the story of American history without engaging with religion in some way,” Peter Manseau, the museum’s new curator of religious history, explains.  34 more words

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Cultured as Fuck (pt. 1)

The other day Brendan and I went to The Smithsonian and did some learnin’. The first thing that HE learned is how stressful driving in DC is, with all those traffic circles and confused tourists looking at cherry blossoms instead of oncoming traffic. 165 more words