Conference and Invited Talks

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • “Welcoming All Visitors: Accessible Programs at History Museums and Sites” at the American Association for State and Local History annual meeting, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2014.
  • “Sustainability at Historic House Museums: Creative Thinking, Projects, and Partnerships” at the Tennessee Association of Museums Annual Meeting, Greeneville, Tennessee, 2014.
  • “TLC as a Sideshow: The LEARNING Channel?” at the Popular Culture in the South Conference, Savannah, Georgia, 2013.
  • “Access for All: Museum Education Programs for Students with Special Needs” at Tennessee Association of Museums Conference, Franklin, Tennessee, March 2013.
  • “Acting on Accessibility in a Post-ADA America” Session Chair, Tennessee Association of Museums Conference, Franklin, Tennessee, March 2013.
  • “Rookie Roundtable: Professional Development for Museum Professionals” at Tennessee Association of Museums Conference, Franklin, Tennessee, March 2013.
  • “Sensitivity and Awareness: Steps to Take for Successful Connections” at Tennessee Association of Museums Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, 2012.
  • “Your Museum: Compliance, Awareness, Sensitivity, and Outreach” Session Chair, Tennessee Association of Museums Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, 2012.
  • “What Can Lady Gaga Teach Us About the French Revolution? Social Media and Public History,” at the Popular Culture in the South Conference, New Oreans, LA, 2011.
  • “Public History and Popular Culture Use and Abuse” Session Chair, Popular Culture in the South Conference, New Oreans, LA, 2011.

INVITED TALKS AND LECTURES

  • “Blount Mansion and East Tennessee History,” Fort Loudoun, Tennessee. February 2014.
  • “Restoration and Preservation: Blount Mansion’s Past and Future,” University of Tennessee Women’s Club, February 2014.
  • “The House with Many Eyes: Blount Mansion’s Expansive Past,” West Knoxville Rotary Club, January 2014.
  • “Working in Museums and the Public History Field: How to be Relevant”, University of Tennessee History Club, January 2014.
  • “Educational Programming and the Mediterranean World”, Middle Tennessee StateUniversity, Spring 2011.
  • “History of Ontario, Canada”, for MTSU study abroad students, Summer 2011.

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