Monthly Archives: May 2013

Intersection / Intervention: Museums and Disabilities

How do museums function as unique spaces to re-frame and expand conversations about disability? Likewise, how can Disability Studies and the disability rights movement offer insight for re-imagining, improving and expanding the core functions of museums? The Jane Addams Hull-House … Continue reading

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Bueller?

What is it about Seurat’s A Sunday on La Grande Jatte that intrigues visitors? I recently had an extra hour in downtown Chicago and popped into the Art Institute for my favorite past time… people watching (or what I like … Continue reading

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You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello

Those of you who know me personally know that being still is not a strength of mine. I am always moving, always going forward, and (hopefully) always growing. It’s my pleasure to announce that I completed the requirements for my … Continue reading

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Core Values

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One Step Closer

My master’s thesis is signed, sealed, and delivered! Though I plan on continuing my research (and publishing in the future) it’s nice to be done with this first step. Check out a sneak peak of what I’ve been up to … Continue reading

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