Outreach

Five women on a stage taking questions from the audience and the moderator about The Elephant Man
Post-performance audience discussion about disability and The Elephant Man, by Bernard Pomerance, performed by the Resident Ensemble Players (REP), University of Delaware, March 16, 2017. Nicole Belolan at center.

UPCOMING APPEARANCES

“More than Just Looking: Creative Visitor Engagement with Collections,” You Are Here: Mapping the Future, Small Museum Association Annual Conference, February 18, 2018

ONGOING PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Public Scholar’s Project Speaker, “Disabilities Then, Disabilities Now,” New Jersey Council for the Humanities, 2017-present

Liberal Arts Alumni Mentor for careers in cultural heritage institutions and museums, The Pennsylvania State University, 2009-present

RECENT TALKS AND APPEARANCES

“The Material Culture of Living with Physical Disability at Home, 1700-1900,” Tuesday Talk, DAR Museum, Washington, DC, April 11, 2017 – View it here!

“Gamaliel’s Artificial Leg and Elizabeth’s Invalid Furniture: Disability and Bradford Family History,” Bradford House Symposium: Reclaiming a House’s History, Duxbury Rural and Historical Society, Duxbury, MA, March 25, 2017

Panelist for post-performance audience discussion about disability and The Elephant Man, by Bernard Pomerance, performed by the Resident Ensemble Players (REP), University of Delaware, March 16, 2017