Saturday, December 03, 2022
12/03/2022

Tufts University offers ‘Anti-Racist Curatorial Practice’ certificate

Tufts University students can now take advantage of a program in “anti-racist” approaches to museum curation.

The university’s professor and director of curatorial practices, Kelli Morgan, created the Anti-Racist Curatorial Practice certificate to give students an opportunity to learn about rooting out racism in museums.

“Interest in the program is high. Currently, I have one student fully enrolled and am working from a list of approximately 120 potential applicants,” Morgan told The College Fix via email. That one student is the campus humanist chaplain Anthony Cruz Pantojas, according to The Tufts Daily. Pantojas goes by “they” pronouns.

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