Here’s a recap of writings and press mentions from the first half of 2015….
This past April, Queering the Museum published my guest blog post, “The Expanding Conversation.” If you are not yet familiar with the work the QTM folks are doing, you should definitely browse their website. In my post, I consider this group’s work in light of the larger conversation among museum professionals about how best to interpret LGBT experiences.
In June 2015, my first author interview related to my book, Interpreting LGBT History at Museums and Historic Sites, appeared on the blog of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Humanities Center. The interviewer, Linda Shopes, asked me some great questions that allowed me to probe little deeper into some topics that did not make it into the book. You can read the interview here.
Finally, also in June, author Danny Bernstein featured me in a post on her blog Hiker to Hiker. “Using a Public Historian for My Book” discusses some work I did for Danny related to her forthcoming volume, Forests, Alligators, Battlefields: My Journey through the National Parks of the South. It was a project I truly enjoyed, and I’ll be sure to post an announcement when the manuscript is published.