Harvard University professor Reed Gochberg provided a history of museums in the 19th century that included debates over curators,… read more
Harvard University professor Reed Gochberg provided a history of museums in the 19th century that included debates over curators, collections, and the importance of certain historical objects over others. This was a virtual program hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston. close
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