logo-med-resRecorded as part of the 2014 AASLH Online Conference, this recording focuses on how PBS’ popular television show Downton Abbey has led to an increase in visitors’ interest in domestic service. Is your museum current with scholarship and new trends in interpretation of this phenomenon? This webinar discusses methods and strategies for revitalizing interpretation in historic house museums to include the voices of domestic servants.

Presenters include:

Ashley Rogers, Assistant Director, Denver Regional Museums, History Colorado, Denver, CO
Dr. Jennifer Pustz, Museum Historian, Historic New England, Boston, MA
William Tyre, Executive Director and Curator, Glessner House Museum, Chicago, IL

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Members – $15.00
Nonmembers – $30.00

Online Conference Session recorded at the AASLH Annual Meeting in St. Paul, MN September 18, 2014
When you purchase this recording, you will receive an email from AASLH with a link to a product page. The product page will contain the recording viewable through Youtube and as a download. This page will also contain any handouts that were available as part of the original online conference.