An inclusive museum community has bedeviled practice for more than 150 years. Each generation has uncovered new forms of bias or exclusion that challenge the legitimacy of museums working toward a social good. This session considers research from emerging human rights and conflict transformation theory to develop new perspectives on museum practice and policy. Explore policies, training, and practices that might be able to proactively consider administrative strategies that feed a culturally responsive paradigm that can help a museum continue to evolve alongside their publics.
John Fraser, Rebecca Norlander, Robert Davis, Sonnet Takahisa, Tonya Matthews