The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust presents a powerful and coherent illustration of the difficulties and toiling of the Jewish people in the tumultuous 20th century world history.
Is it problematic to promote imperialism in an exhibition? Does imperialism shape Liverpool as a city of global identity or of hegemonic inclination?
As spring was knocking on the door, Philomuseia got to design a walking tour of maps found throughout Carleton College campus. Taking on the role of a tour curator, I reflect on my liberties and difficulties in producing and communicating knowledge of maps at Carleton.