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Karen Wade

Smiling for 'Auschwitz selfies,' and crying into the digital wilderness - CNN Belief Bl... - 0 views

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    An extremely insightful blog post about how different generations tend often to have opposing viewpoints about sharing their experiences in "sacred places" through social media.
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    Very interesting. I think this is going to make me self-conscious about taking pictures at historical sites of all kinds.
Karen Wade

Museum 2.0: New Approach, Historic Mission: Remaking a Factory Museum via Community Co-... - 0 views

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    Another great example of how history doesn't just look back, but helps folks move into the future! Why can't more history museums provide creative outlets for their visitors.
Karen Wade

Are Historic House Museums Adapting for the Future? | Engaging Places - 1 views

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    Historic house museums are adapting for the future too! And, if you have any interest in what those of us in the historic house field do and think, I strongly urge you to subscribe to Max's blog if you don't already.
Lisa Eriksen

Mathematicians Predict the Future With Data From the Past | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com - 0 views

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    History + math + economics = cliodynamics. The use of historical data to forecast social instability and "elite overproduction." 
Karen Wade

Museum of New Hampshire History Apologizes To Abby Duffy, Blind Girl, For Taking Her Cane - 0 views

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    Museums need to have more than policies regarding access, they need to train (and train thoroughly) both paid and volunteer staff. This story makes me cringe, but I also am not overly surprised. Let's just make sure a similar incident doesn't occur at our institutions!
Karen Wade

independence today - 0 views

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    A great article about the Missouri History Museum's work in recording the history of the disability rights movement.
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