supervised capstone projects and independent research

Accessibility for Adults with Cognitive Disabilities in Art Museums 2019 (white paper with case studies and visitor evaluation, Sabrina Epstein)

Human versus Infinity, 2018-19 (student artist book, along with its installation and interpretation at three campus sites, Kiana Beckman)

Eradicating Tuberculosis, April 2019 (exhibition at the Institute for the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dana Murray)

Interpreting the African Burial Ground at Catoctin Furnace 2018 (interpretive plan for a 6-stop heritage trail alongside the Museum of the Ironworker, Debbie Kim)

Examining the Attitudes of Art School Students Towards Conservation 2018 (survey-based project Andrea White)

Morbid Obsessions: Exploring the Ambivalence of Death in Medical Museums in 20th and 21st century United States (Woodrow Wilson fellowship project, Sera Yoo)

The Missing History of the Hopkins National Pan-Hellenic Council, 2018 (oral history and archiving project focused on black Greek life, Kwame Alston)

Black Education in Baltimore, 2018 (installation in exhibition Enslaved at Homewood, Homewood Museum, Yeiji Kim)

Curse of Dimensionality, Spring 2018 (interpretation for HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts installation, Andrea White)

Homewood Stories & Archaeology of Knowledge, Summer 2016 (audio tours, Anne Hollmuller)

Conversations with the Carrolls, April 2016 (museum theater performance, Sarah Braver and Helena Arose)

Rethinking Gulf Museology, 2015 (Woodrow Wilson fellowship project, John Durovsik)

Motifs in Jewish Art, 2013-2014 (installation, Drew Lash)

To Glorify and To Sanctify: The Crown in Jewish Art, 2012-2013 (installation, Gabrielle Barr)