First Biennial Graduate Student Conference:
Institute of Museum Ethics, Saturday, November 14, 2009
Recent social, economic, political, and technological trends have presented novel ethical challenges and opportunities across all areas of museum activity. What are these challenges and opportunities and what do they tell us about the changing roles and responsibilities of museum professionals and of diverse stakeholders? The Institute of Museum Ethics at Seton Hall University invites the submission of abstracts for its „New Directions in Museum Ethics” Graduate Student Conference. Submissions are welcome from graduate students in museum studies, curatorial studies, heritage studies, legal studies, and discipline-based studies.
Keynote talk by Dr. Glenn Wharton, Conservator,, and Research Scholar, : Expanding Representation in Conservation: From Hawaiian Public Sculpture to Media Installations at MoMA.
Please send abstract of no more than 300 words, along with cover letter and 1-2 page c.v.
Abstracts due Monday, June 8, 2009 to Janet Marstine, Director, Institute of Museum Ethics email@example.com
For those presenting, final papers will be due September 15, 2009.