2015 in Books, September

The Art of Museum Exhibitions: How Story and Imagination Create Aesthetic Experiences by Leslie Bedford We somewhat jokingly have “Theory Thursday” in my department when my boss and I have our philosophical discussions about museum theory. I also try to read a couple of museum books a year both to stay current in my field and alsoContinue reading “2015 in Books, September”

2015 in Books, August

A God in the Ruins by Kate Atkinson Kate Atkinson is one of my favorite contemporary authors. This book is a companion novel to Life After Life, a work I keep mentally revisiting because of the way Atkinson treats time. A God in the Ruins follows Teddy, the brother of the main character in Life After Life. This novelContinue reading “2015 in Books, August”