Dear Museum Anthropology blog readers,
This year graduate student Kendall Tallmadge will be assisting Cynthia and Jen in the running of the blog. Kendall is an MA Anthropology and MBA student at the University of Colorado. Some information about Kendall and her research is posted below.
Kendall will be posting not only relevant content to the blog but also some surveys so that we can better get to know our readers. Please stay tuned and be sure to respond to the surveys, we look forward to learning more about you and what your interests are.
Jen and Cynthia
Kendall graduated from Beloit College in 2009 and spent a year as the Harvey W. Branigar, Jr. Native Intern at the Indian Arts Research Center at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, NM. Her studies in the University of Colorado Anthropology graduate program focus on indigenous self-representation and collaboration in museums and other cultural tourist attractions. Her thesis research examines Ho-Chunk cultural tourism and the role it played and continues to play in both the Native and non-Native Wisconsin Dells community. She is also a dual degree student in the Leeds MBA program with a focus in management and entrepreneurship.