Historical Anthropology, Museums, Oral History, Signed Languages
Victoria is a master’s student in the museum anthropology program interested in curation and exhibition development. Her graduate research focuses on accessibility in museum spaces, particularly how universal design can improve access. Her undergraduate research focused on the presentation of history in media and popular culture. She is also interested in American history, disability studies, exhibition design, and the preservation of oral history.
Her prior experience includes internships at the South Street Seaport Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum, and the Alexandria Archaeology Museum.
George Washington University, BA in Anthropology, concentration in History, 2017