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New Knowledge Organization Ltd. is a non-profit think tank and planning group that helps cultural, educational, research, health, environmental, media, and free-choice learning organizations. Our work aims to expand programs in ways that increase social knowledge, positive lived experiences, and ecological harmony.

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Thrilled about New Book: Multicultural Perspectives on Race, Ethnicity, and Identity

We’re excited about a new publication from National Association of Social Workers Press that explores the impact of race, ethnicity, and sense of self on the development of individual and group identity in our increasingly diverse society. Multicultural Perspectives on Race, Ethnicity, and Identity, edited by Elizabeth Pathy Salett and Diane R. Koslow, is premised […]

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Curatopia: Histories, Theories, Practices, Museums, and the Future of Curatorship

‚ÄčThis past week, Dr. Fiona P McDonald traveled Munich, Germany to participate in an engaging symposium hosted by the Department of Anthropology at the Ludwig-Maximilian University (LMU) of Munich. The symposium was a rigorous trans-Pacific engagement between leading Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, critics, curators, and artists working toward reimagining new Indigenous paradigms for exhibition. The […]

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2015 Visitor Studies Association — Sharing Research & Evaluation Approaches

NewKnowledge researchers Rebecca Norlander and Fiona P. McDonald co-presented last week at the annual Visitor Studies Association (VSA) conference in Indianapolis, IN. NewKnowledge has been an institutional member of VSA for several years, with its focus on enhancing learning experiences in informal settings through research, evaluation, and dialogue. Rebecca and Fiona presented a poster on […]

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