Robert Janes

Editor-in-Chief,
Museum Management and Curatorship
Adjunct Professor, Department of Archaeology,
The University of Calgary, Canada
Email: eic.mmc@telus.net
Faculty website  
His research, writing and public speaking are devoted to encouraging museums to look at their work from the perspectives of sustainability, relevance and testing long-held assumptions. I am interested in reflecting on traditional museum practices and exploring alternate ways of understanding and doing museum work.

 

Cameron Muir

People and the Environment, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Current projects include ‘Localizing the Anthropocene: Australia in the Age of Humans’ (ARC Linkage grant)

 

Emma Burns

Curator,
Natural Sciences Collection
Otago Museum 
emma.burns@otagomuseum.nz
Ph +64 |03| 479 3276419
Great King Street, Dunedin 9016, New Zealand
Emma’s background is in zoology, psychology and biological anthropology and her work focuses on exhibition content development, collections research and interpretation, implementing collection development strategy, and on projects that that seek to revive indigenous Māori aspects to natural science. Broadly, she is interested in history, ecology, human, and nature interactions including climate change. Currently, she is a trainee taxidermist and anatomist.

John Anderson

Director of Education,
New England Aquarium
Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110
Ph: (617)973-0256
Email: janderson@neaq.org
Runs the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation.Goal is to establish a national network of professionals who are skilled in communicating climate science to the American public in ways that are engaging and stimulate productive dialogue. www.nnocci.org