Museology Master of Arts Program

research


November 20, 2019

Redefining and “Re-presenting” Native American Collections and Curatorial Practice

Thesis by Shannon R. Kopelva (2017)


Preserving the Past Together: Cultural Resource Management, Collections Management Professionals, and the Accessibility of Archaeological Collections

Cameo E. Kale (2017)


Responding to Funding Cuts as a Government-funded Museum

Thesis by Shuhang He (2017)


Exploring Sculpture Conservation in Seattle

Thesis by Margaret B. Greutert (2017)


Is Wall Color Significant to Museum Visitors? Exploring the Impact Wall Color in an Exhibit has on the Visitor Experience

Thesis by Amy E. Gorton (2017)


Museum Professionals’ Numinous Experiences: Exploring their Nature and Influences

Thesis by Kirsten V. Gausch (2017)


The Intersection of Museums and Social Justice

Thesis by Blake H. Filo (2017)


Playing the Game: Understanding the Gender Gap in Art Museum Directorships

Thesis by Kathryn L. Dawson (2017)


Social Value in Museums and Funding Priorities

Hayley L. Crew (2017)


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

Thesis by Caitlin S. Cooper (2017)



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