Douglas Kendall, Museum Coordinator, and Coordinator, Museum Studies Minor Program

115 Yager Hall
kendalld@hartwick.edu
607-431-4423

Areas of expertise:
American material culture, museum collections management, museum administration, colonial revival, arts & crafts movement
Education:
Ph.D., Boston University

Recent Courses Taught:

  • MUST 203: Controversies & Dilemmas in Museums

Selected Publications:

  • “How ‘twas Done: The Making of County Atlas Illustrations in 19th Century America,” in Drawn Home: Fritz Vogt’s Rural New York. Cooperstown, New York: Fenimore Art Museum, 2002
  • “Of Craftsmen and Consumers: Wisconsin and the Arts and Crafts Movement, 1885-1940.” Wisconsin Academy Review 45: 2 (Spring 1999)
  • “Tea in Yorktown Parlor: Wallace Nutting’s Legacy at Joseph Webb House,” in Museums and the Colonial Revival: Creating a Dignified Past, ed. Geoffrey Rossano, Albany, N.Y.: Rowman & Littlefield for Historic Cherry Hill, Inc., 1991

Professional Affiliations & Memberships:

  • American Alliance of Museums
  • Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums
  • Greater Oneonta Historical Society
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