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Thoughts on museums, community, history, and children’s literature

I began Kidlit History, a blog focusing on children’s literature–and the history lessons you can find within–over a decade ago. Shortly after becoming executive director at Dallas Heritage Village, I realized the job was going to be a bit different than anticipated. So, I started Redeveloping History to share thoughts on community building, leadership, and musuems. Now, these two blogs are combined. Enjoy! There’s a lot of fun stuff here, if I do say so myself.

Local Museum Adventures

Though museums are always a centerpiece of trips, I’m generally terrible about making time to visit museums when I’m at home. There’s no good reason, other than what we all know is our biggest competition: the couch. But this summer, there were two exhibits at local museums that I wanted to make an effort toContinue reading “Local Museum Adventures”

So much inspiration!

On a recent trip to DC, I was inspired over and over again by some incredible exhibit design ideas.

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