Publications and Websites
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Case Studies in Museum Diversity, January 22, 2018
Disability and Inclusion, Resources for Museum Studies Programs, Art Beyond Sight
National Geographic special issue, Gender Revolution Guide, January 2017
Harvard University, Project Implicit
John H. Falk and Lynn D. Dierking, The Museum Experience Revisited, 2016
Museum as Site for Social Action (MASS Action)
National Art Education Association, Museum Education Division, Viewfinder
Nina Simon, The Participatory Museum, 2010
Training Manual, Great Books Foundation
Veronica Alvarez, Good Teaching is Good Teaching: English Learners and Museums, Viewfinder, March 2019.
Lucija Andre, Tracy Durksen, and Monique L. Volman, Museums as avenues of learning for children: a decade of research, Learning Environments Research, April 2017.
Eduardo Briceño, Growth Mindset for a More Peaceful, Empathetic World, Common Threads.
Mac Buff, Beyond Bathrooms: Including all Genders through Language, Viewfinder, March 6, 2019.
Jackie Delamatre, Questioning the Questioning Of Questions, Art Museum Teaching: A Forum for Reflecting on Practice, January 23, 2015.
Roxane Gay, Peculiar Benefits, The Rumpus, May 2012.
Rose Kinsley, Margaret Middleton, and Porchia Moore, (Re)Frame: The Case for New Language in the 21st Century Museum, The Incluseum, Spring 2016.
Amelia (Amy) Kraehe and Laura Evans, “That Depends on How You Define It”: Reflections on Inclusivity Language as a Flashpoint in Museum Staff and Docent Development, Viewfinder, March 6, 2019.
Margaret Middleton, Including the 21st Century Family, The Incluseum, July 7, 2014.
Corey Mitchell, A teacher mispronouncing a student’s name can have a lasting impact, Education Week, PBS NewsHour, May 16, 2016.
Jaclyn Roessel, Restoring Indigenous Perspectives, Museum, July-August 2019.
Cecile Shellman, A Totally Inclusive Museum, American Alliance of Museums, February 20, 2019.
Carly Syms, The Importance of Scaffolding, Storytelling, and the Visitor Experience (Case Study: The National Civil Rights Museum), Museum Hack, June 7, 2017.
Christina Zdanowicz, No, Where Are You Really From?, CNN, August 2017.