Museology Master of Arts Program


April 20, 2020

Making Meaning: New Models of Museum Interpretation (Course Highlight)

We at the UW Museology Graduate Program are pleased to include a wide array classes, covering every area of museum practice, in our curriculum.  For the last two years, we have been delighted for the chance to offer a course on museum interpretation.  What follows is one student’s reflection on how this course has helped…

November 20, 2019

More Than Two-Spirit: Queer Indigenous Sovereignty and Survivance in Museums

Thesis by Caitlin S. Cooper (2017)

Inspire: Understanding Scent Inclusion in Museum Settings

Thesis by Molly J. Bishop (2017)

Illuminating Nature: Designing a Wayside Exhibit to Promote Public Engagement in Trillium Community Forest

Project by Mica Low (2018)

“Not really so primitive as one might be led to believe”: Interpreting Early Seattle Dress

Project by Elizabeth Korsmo (2018)

November 14, 2019

Connecting Object to Story in Historical House Museums

Project by William Bottoms III (2018)

November 13, 2019

“Engaging Community through Native Plant Gardens at Small Heritage Museums:” Creating an Interpretive Plan for the Log House Museum Native Plant Garden

Project by Valerie Roberts (2019)

June 10, 2016

How Can We Talk About It?: Disrupting Heteronormativity Through Historic House Museums

Thesis by Joshua Buckner (2016)

Warts and All: The Representation and Interpretation of War in Museums

Thesis by Rebecca Harmsen (2016)

Current Science in Museums and Science Centers

Thesis by Paul Martinez (2016)

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