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I work alone. Think, create, and write alone. It is ideal for productivity, not so much for water cooler chat. So recently, when I made some statements that were a bit provocative (which I wholly stand by) in the big wide public of the internet, it felt a bit scary to...
Junior Girl Rosalie Elliffe reviews Go Girl, a collection of important women throughout the history of New Zealand and why they are deserving of an entry.
Welcome to Girl Museum’s 10th Anniversary year. We have many exciting projects for our community, including this new blog series, Why We Need Girls’ Studies. Each month we will feature an interview with a scholar in the field to get insights about what we are all...
Junior Girl Eliz Bilal writes about the cult classic TV show, Daria, and its strong, unique protagonist, Daria Morgendorffer.
We were featured in a Master’s thesis on museums, feminism and social impact! Read on to find out what Aubrey Clark thought of us.
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life and career of teenage CEO Alina Morse.
Ashley responds to the recent controversy concerning her statements on Gauguin, and discusses how a girl-centered approach can benefit inclusivity and diversity in the arts.
Meet one of our newest team members, Junior Girl Eliz Bilal, and find out some of her interests and what brought her to Girl Museum!
Photo Courtesy of Maria Smith. During the summer of 2014 I was a student in an archaeological field school hosted by Western Michigan University in the Hiawatha National Forest, where we excavated the family housing portion of a lumber camp which operated from...
Junior Girl Rosalie Ashford writes about Daisy Ashford, and her novel, The Young Visiters, which had an introduction by J.M. Barrie.