Books and More

I previously wrote book reviews and lists of books I want to read about museums, museum education, and history. Also, there are blog posts that did not fit into other categories.

Back to Blog Posts by Topic

Books:

Book Review: Invisible Ink by John A. Nagy

Book Review: The Cabinet by Lindsay M. Chervinsky

Book Review: For Love or Money Confronting the State of Museum Salaries

What Are You Reading? A List of Books Shared

Books I Want to Read for the Rest of 2020

Books I Want to Read in 2019

Book Review: Museum Administration 2.0 by Hugh H. Genoways, Lynne M. Ireland, and Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko

Book Review: The Art of Relevance by Nina Simon

Books I Want to Read on Museum Education in 2017

Book Review: Programming for People with Special Needs

Book Review: Engaging Young Children in Museums by Sharon E. Shaffer

Other Posts:

Happy New Year! Goals for 2021

Giving Tuesday, and Celebrating 200 Blog Posts

Bonus Post: How Thanksgiving Will Look in 2020, and Indigenous Lives Matter

Halloween in the Museums 2020

Special Blog Post: The 100th Blog Post

A New Year: What Needs to be Accomplished in the Museum Field

Moving Forward in 2019 for Museum Education

Significant Resources in the Museum Field

Our Museum Plans for 2018

Reflections on Museum Education in 2017

What Museums Hope For 2018

How Can I Grow in the Museum Education Field

Anniversary Special: One Year of Writing about Museum Education

What I Love the Most About Being a Museum Educator

Looking Back, Moving Forward: How to Create an Exhibit on Limited Resources

UPDATE: Looking Back, Moving Forward

The Future of Museum Education

Responses to the Presidential Election: An American Alliance of Museums Conversation on the Future of Museums

New Year’s Resolutions in Museum Education Field for 2017

Happy Holidays! Museum Education during the Holiday Season

What Museums Mean to Me: My Relationship with Museums when I was a College Student

Writing about Museum Education