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Zoe Hume

Florida State University

Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Curation

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BIPOC

Zoe Hume is a Ph.D. student at Florida State University, studying museum education and visitor-centered curation. With a background in libraries and archives, Zoe is passionate about cultural heritage and seeks to foster more anti-racist and anti-colonialist practices in the field. Her work has often focused on metadata and collection description, and in August 2022 she began a temporary position with the Gleeson Library at the University of San Francisco as the Reparative and Inclusive Description Survey Scholar. Her research interests include reparative description, social justice curation, anti-racist museum practice, trauma-informed memory work, and visual rhetoric and literacy.

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