Jan 22, 2016
The excitement of visiting the British Museum.
From the British Museum, monumental in its size and scope, to the "Vault," a collection of rock memorabilia tucked into the shop at the Hard Rock Café, London's many museums cover a lot of ground. What do these widely-varied collections, on subjects ranging from advertising to zoology, have in common?
That's one of many questions that students on the ACM London & Florence: Arts in Context program will explore in Collecting the World in London, a new elective course taught by Andrew Kennedy. The course is part of the program's increasing offerings in museum studies. Read more
What Do Students Experience on the Newberry Seminar? Jan 14, 2016
- In a new video about the ACM Newberry Seminar, students describe what a semester at the Newberry Library — “one of the coolest places in the world” — has meant to them.
Seeing Change and Continuity in Botswana Jan 6, 2016
- Professor Stephen Volz will draw on long-standing connections and experience when he leads students as visiting faculty director of the 2017 Botswana Program.
Student's Research in Africa Published in Scholarly Journal Dec 15, 2015
- For Colorado College student Brooke Davis, long days watching impalas and baboons on the Tanzania Program led to a journal publication and an article about her research in Smithsonian.com.
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