2009 Meeting at the Bard Graduate Center

Consortium for American Material Culture

3rd Annual Meeting
Bard Graduate Center, New York, NY
May 8-9, 2009


Debby Andrews, University of Delaware
Ned Cooke, Yale University
Bernie Herman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Deb Howes, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Steven Lubar, Brown University
Ethan Lasser, Chipstone Foundation
Ann Smart Martin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Amelia Peck, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fath Davis Ruffins, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

David Jaffee, BGC
Catherine Whalen, BGC
Peter Miller, BGC
Elena Pinto Simon, BGC
Aaron Glass, BGC

Schedule of Events

Thursday, May 7

6:30 Meet in Lobby, Bard Hall
Dinner off-site

Friday, May 8

Meet in Lecture Hall, Bard Hall

9:00 Breakfast

9:20 Welcome

9:30 Discussion of Statements

12:30 Lunch

1:30 Discussion of Future Plans

3:00 Coffee Break

3:15 Discussion of Future Plans

4:30 Wrap-up

Participant Statements

Debby Andrews, The Public Lives of Things and PEMCI Assessment Goals and Rubrics
Ned Cooke, Reflections
Bernie Herman, The Problem with Material Culture
David Jaffee, What Should Digital Scholarship Look Like?
Steven Lubar, Some Thoughts on Teaching Material Culture
Deb Howes, Creating Online Learning Environments for Museums
Ethan Lasser, Collaborations between Museums and the Academy and The Chipstone Foundation Opens New American Collections Galleries at the Milwaukee Art Museum
Ann Smart Martin, Thoughts of the Day

Record of Discussions

CAMC 2009 Transcript

Record of Past Participants

CAMC Participants 2007-2009


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