Answering the Call for Diversity: The Case of the National Museum of American History and the Hip Hop Project
Diversity, Museums, Hip Hop
In this paper I explore the Association of American Musuem's diversity policy, the Smithsonian Institutes implementation of AAM’s diversity policy, and the case of the National Museum of American History’s Hip Hop project.
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Dr. Antonio C. Cuyler
Research Analyst, FSU Foundation, Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida, USA
Dr. Cuyler's research interests includes Arts Administration/Music Business & Entertainment Industry Education, Arts Policy, HipHop Studies, Non-profit Management, and Qualitative Research. He has presented research at national and international conferences. Most recently, he presented a paper on Negro spirituals at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. He earned the B.M./E.S. from Stetson University, and the M.A. and Ph.D. in Arts Administration from Florida State University where he currently works as Research Analyst for the FSU Foundation.