FEMINISM And Museums Volume 2 contents

Foreword
Maura Reilly | Executive Director, National Academy of Design, New York City

Introduction
Jenna C Ashton | Founder and Creative Director, Digital Women’s Archive North, Manchester

1. Curatorial and Archival Disruption
Guerrilla Girls: Is it even Worse in Europe?
Nayia Yiakoumaki | Curator, Whitechapel Gallery

For Most of History, Anonymous Was a Woman
Helen Antrobus | Curatorial Assistant, People's History Museum

Employing Queer Feminist Strategies at the Walker Art Gallery
Charlotte Keenan McDonald | Curator, National Museums Liverpool

New Dawn: Celebrating Feminist Collective Action in the Landscape of the Heroic Male Parliamentarian
Melanie Unwin | Deputy Curator, UK Parliamentary Art Collection

A Different View: Making an Art Exhibition with a Feminist Agenda
Linda Tyler | Director, Centre for Art Studies, University of Auckland

Mrs. M’s Cabinet: Imagining a Feminist Period Room
Sarah Anne Carter | Curator and Director of Research, Chipstone Foundation, Milwaukee Art Museum

Through the Body: Lens-Based Works by Contemporary Chinese Women Artists
Matthew Brower (Director of Museum Studies, University of Toronto), Fu Xiaodong (Curator and Critic, Beijing) and Zhou Yan (Independent Curator)

Frida’s Choice: How Interdisciplinary Museum Work Disrupts Patriarchal Art Historical Narratives
Megan DiRienzo | Interpretive Planner, Detroit Institute of Arts

Different, Better, and Rebellious. Women Artists in Three Contemporary Art Exhibitions in Argentina
Georgina Gluzman | Asst. Professor of Art History and Gender Studies, Universidad de San Andrés

Recovering Women’s Subjectivities: Siti Ruliyati and the “Private” Transformations of
Academic Realism
Yvonne Low | Researcher, University of Sydney

Women in the Freud Museum: Artists’ Responses to Sigmund and Anna Freud’s Home and Legacy
Sophie Leighton | Curator, Freud Museum

2. Education and Activism
Re-visiting, Re-situating Gallery Education: Education as a Strategy for Expandingthe Concept of ‘Public’ in an Era of Increasing Privatisation
Felicity Allen | Artist and Writer

Showing Our Deeds: Activism and Exhibition Space
Kate Cook & Sarah May | Manchester Metropolitan University

Teens' Take on Co-Educational Learning
Cheri Eileen Ehrlich | Elizabeth Sackler Centre for Feminist Art

EmBODYing the Museum: Feminist Embodied Learning in Art Museum Education
Laura Evans | Asst. Professor of Art History and Art Education, University of North Texas

Feminism, the Vote and Youth Engagement
Kirsty Bunting and Orlagh McCabe | Manchester Metropolitan University

WoCA Projects: An Artist Intervention Building Community
Lauren Cross | Founder and Director, Women of Colour Arts Project/WoCA 

Without Borders – “Project Home” at The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens
Marina Tsekou (Education Curator) and Anina Valkana (Curator), National Museum of Contemporary Art | Eileen Botsford (Public Artist)

Creating a Museum and Library for Iranian Women's Rights
Mansoureh Shojaee | Human Rights Activist and Writer, The Iranian Women's Rights Museum and Library

3. HerStories
Re-envisioning Hidden Herstories: Reframing the Representation of Black and Minority Women’s Heritage
R.M. Lewis & Leonie Wieser | Angelou Centre, Newcastle-onTyne

I Am Psyched! Using the Museum Experience to Engage Girls of Colour with Psychology
Shari Miles-Cohen (American Psychological Association), Cathy Faye (Cummings Center for the History of Psychology) and Alexandra Rutherford (Historian of Psychology, York University, Toronto)

The WASP Exhibit at the American Airpower Museum
Julia Lauria-Blum (Cradle of Aviation Museum) and Ashley Adelman (Artistic Director, Infinite Variety Productions)

Exceptional or Excluded: Women’s History in the Netherlands
Manon S. Parry and Jasmijn van Houtem | University of Amsterdam

Isabel Agnes Cowper, Official Museum Photographer at the V&A Museum
Erika Lederman | Lead Cataloguer, V&A Museum

Challenging Histories: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in the National Trust
Rachael Lennon | Programme Manager, National Trust

Feminism and Desacuerdos: Spanish Feminist Art and Museums
Inaki Estella-Noriega | Museum of Contemporary Art, Spain

The Grammar of Our Glamour: Museum Retrospectives as Feminist Intervention and the Video Games of Theresa Duncan
Fraser Elliot & Sarah Feinstein | University of Manchester

Closing the Gender Gap on Wikimedia
Lucy Crompton-Reid | Chief Executive, Wikimedia UK

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