The Global Guides program at the Penn Museum hires recent refugees from the Middle East to give personalized tours. The leader of my tour was Moumena Saradar, a refugee from Syria who has lived in Philadelphia for two years.
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Cleopatra has been embraced, rejected, and redefined by so many different people, and the most recent depiction arrives in an upcoming biopic.
This rapidly expanding genre has had an upsurge since 2015, echoing the humanitarian crisis of a rising number of refugees entering the European Union.
Targeting Iranian cultural heritage is first and foremost bad because of the devastating effects it would have on Iranians. We in the rest of the world may feel a real loss, but that is secondary at best.
Two museums, one in Berlin, Maryland, and another in Aberdeen, Washington, are both self-funded women-led projects.
Donald Trump tries to reinvent another seminal Obama moment in his own image. But did it work?
Approaching the 20th anniversary of the attacks, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center faces a reckoning.
A new tradition is emerging online, uniting Palestinians worldwide and drawing influence from the 20th-century motif.
The development office thinks I love this museum. But no, I come to see the objects, just like I visit my friends.
Jake Hanrahan of Popular Front is part of a new wave of war reporters making their own documentaries and podcasts to offer us a candid look at conflicts around the world.
The Museum of the Bible recently admitted all of its Dead Sea Scroll fragments are forgeries. But when fake antiquities are donated to museums, taxpayers lose.