Museology Master of Arts Program

interpretation


June 10, 2016

So We Beat On: How Native Interpreters at Living History Museums Experience Racial Microaggressions

Thesis by Sierra Young (2016)


June 12, 2015

Trailblazing the Concrete Jungle: Museums Utilizing Interpretive Nature Trails in Urban Communities

Thesis by Jimi Hightower (2015)


Interpreting Incarceration: How Historical Prison Museums are Addressing the Social Aspects of Criminal Justice

Thesis by Faithe McCreery (2015)


Location Aware: Museum Mobile Applications as an Interpretive Tool

Thesis by Lauren Messenger (2015)


An Interpretive Master Plan for the University of Washington Botany Greenhouse

Master’s Project by Kathern Nowell (2015)


An Interpretive Master Plan for the University of Washington Botany Greenhouse

Master’s Project by Kathern Nowell (2015)


Rocking the boat: Exhibition methods of storytelling the experience of gender & sexuality in museums

Thesis by Sarah Elizabeth Olivo (2015)


Interpretive Planners and Institutional Change in Art Museums

Thesis by Hannah Ridenour (2015)


Daring to be Dramatic: An Examination of the Live Interpretation of Slavery at Two Living History Museums

Thesis by Tessa Yeaman (2015)



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