Interpreting Religion at Museums and Historic Sites
Interpreting Religion at Museums and Historic Sites, edited by Barbara Franco ’65 and Gretchen Buggeln, draws on studies of how institutions interpret religious history and encourages readers to consider the history of religion as integral to American culture. It provides a practical guide for any museum to include interpretation of religious traditions in its programs and exhibits. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018)
Barbara Franco '65 has had a long career in American history museums as a curator and administrator and most recently served as Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and as Founding Director of the Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum. She served as a past chairman of the American Association for State and Local History and co-edited Ideas and Images: Developing Interpretive History Exhibits (1992).