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MAA 2021 Online Conference  

  

Conference Resources

This list will be updated as we received materials from the presenters.

    

What Is Decolonization and Why Does It Matter to Museums?
            

DEAI in Theory and Practice
Marianne Pegno and Jeremy Mikolajczak, A Roadmap for Equity,  Museum Magazine, January/February 2021

Amy C. Oliver and Jaime Cordova, Amplifying the Voice of the Community: Engendering Inclusivity for Spanish Language Programming in Museums by Putting it FirstUs Not Other: Co-creating Space for Cooperative LearningWe The Museum Volume 4 (2021)


 Strategic Planning and Beyond


Virtual Networking Lunch: Continuing the Conversation: DEAI and Land Acknowledgements


Volunteers and the Pandemic


Virtual Networking Lunch: Continuing the Conversation:  Technology and Volunteers during COVID
Mark Hager, 
How nonprofits engaged volunteers during the COVID shutdown, ASU Lodestar Center Blog, August 25, 2021


Back Again: From Virtual to In-person to Hybrid Programming   

    

Current Concerns and Collection Policies


Virtual Networking Lunch: Continuing the Conversation: Monetizing Online Activities


Green-er Museums
Green Museum Best Practices Resource Guide
Green Museums Initiative Guidelines for Sustainable Food Catering 
Sara S. Brophy and Elizabeth Wylie, The Green Museum: A Primer on Environmental Practice (2008)
Sara Sutton, Environmental Sustainability at Historic Sites and Museums (2015)
Green Exhibit Checklist
Climate and Environment Network 
We Are Still In
Green Museums: A Step by Step Guide

Caring for Human Remains
It is suggested that you look at these articles in advance:
Elizabeth Lunday.   The Purpose of Archaeology.   American Archaeology.  Fall 2021.
Nancy Odegaard and Vicki Cassman.   Storage of Human Remains.   Preventive Conservation Collection Storage edited by Lisa Elkin and Christopher A. Norris, pp. 593—612, Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (New York 2019)
Caring for Human Remains Resource


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