By John Fraser, Judith Koke
September 30, 2010
By Kris Morrissey, Robert Garfinkle
March 31, 2009
This book promotes the idea and the practice of a scientific culture in science museums, art museums, gardens, libraries, coffee houses, school meetings and social gatherings. It encourages common man to think about, use and sometimes contribute to science....
By Kris Morrissey, Ron Chew
September 30, 2008
This book focuses on new patterns of settlement, emphasizing the economic factors and types of industries drawing immigrants away from gateway areas in America. It highlights prejudice while non-immigrants become accustomed to immigrant neighbors....
By Kris Morrissey, Emily Sparling
March 31, 2012
This book provides glimpses into the vast food movement in America and around the world, and explores the intersection of the food movement and museum practice. It describes the myriad ways that museums are engaging with their communities and their own operations around food and food issues....
By Kris Morrissey, Elizabeth Wood
September 30, 2011
This book explores the place of museums in addressing a goal the University of Washington staunchly supports—to make the world a better place through education and research. It describes the interpretation of identity across the realm of museum work and social issues....
By Elizabeth A Bollwerk, Natalye B Tate, Robert P Connolly
September 30, 2012
This book focuses on community engagement in museum and archaeological contexts. It shows how the process of opening authority through engagement is implicitly and explicitly connected to a variety of social issues and, as a consequence, is a social issue in itself....
By John Fraser, Joe E Heimlich
March 31, 2008
This book addresses heteronormativism, a concept that is extremely important for understanding visitors' ability to feel welcome in our spaces. It looks at homophobia and queer identities: the lack of a material culture to represent what is unique about sexual identity in society....