We produce a variety of publications designed to bring our content and expertise to the world. These range from our bi-weekly e-newspaper, Girl News International, to a variety of academic articles, guest blogs, and books.
Girl News International is our twice monthly girl-focused newspaper. It is a curated collection of stories from all over the world. See the world from a girls’ point of view, with articles focused on current events, politics, health, arts and culture, crime, sports, and STEM fields.
For the complete paper, click here.
Feminism in Museums
Our very own Ashley Remer and Tiffany Rhoades co-authored a case study about Girl Museum for the publication, Feminism and Museums. Their chapter, “Using Digital to Showcase Feminism in Cultural Heritage”, focused on the unique challenges and opportunities facing Girl Museum in the digital age. This is two-volume collection with our chapter in Volume 1.
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty spoke with the authors about their writing process and the digital goals for Girl Museum going into 2018. Read the full interview here.
This book was a really unique opportunity, in that I think it was one of the first times we had to get really introspective about our work. It’s also a great opportunity to see what other institutions are doing to foster feminism and become more vocal in their advocacy and representation efforts. I hope it’ll become a great resource, especially for the next generation of museum professionals who are really going to be at the forefront of defining what a museum is during the twenty-first century.Tiffany Rhoades
Articles and Guest Blogs
In January 2017, Katie Weidmann wrote an article that was published in Standard Issue magazine, entitled, “Here come the girls.” Check it out here.
In July 2016, ExhibiTricks featured a guest post by our Program Developer, Tiffany Rhoades, on who we are, what we’ve done, and our tips and tricks for exhibition success.
Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge is an independent peer-reviewed online journal. In 2011, Ashley and five Junior Girls collaborated on an article about Girl Museum’s origins, aims and achievements to date for Rhizomes Issue 22 (2011).
Head Girl Ashley Remer was a guest for the HerStory podcast on April 6, 2014, where she discussed the works of Augusta Savage. Listen to the podcast below:
HerStory is a project of Chick History.
New Moon Girls magazine journalist Willa from Maine interviewed our founder, Ashley Remer, for the feature “Girls Make History: Meet Girl Museum founder Ashley” in their March/April 2017 issue. Willa also shared her Top Museum Picks from her visit to our site, which included our Girlhood in Art series and Kindertransport.
Head Girl Ashley Remer attended the International Women’s Museums conference in October 2016. While visiting Turkey, she was featured in Haber Turk, discussing Girl Museum’s mission and work as advocates for girls. (Please note: Article is in Turkish and may not translate well.)
Tiffany Rhoades, our Program Developer, was a guest speaker for the #LORTLive weekly webcast on January 25, 2016. #LORTLive is produced by LORT Nation. You can view her discussion on Girl Museum, girls, and gaming here.
Hillary Hanel and our STEM Girls exhibit was featured in the August 2015 edition of Museum Education Monitor and on their forum.
Head Girl Ashley was interviewd by Lynn Sharp for the TYCI blog on August 20, 2014.
In October 2013, Girl Museum hosted an International Day of the Girl event in Wellington, New Zealand. Girl Rising interviewed Head Girl Ashley about the media’s representations of girls. You can read about this on the Girl Rising here (October 15th, 2013).
Film maker Jennifer Lee interviewed Head Girl Ashley about Girl Museum for her website Feminist Stories (December 11th, 2012). Check out a PDF of the interview here.
Dr. Michelle J Smith contributed to our ‘Home & Away: Girls of the British Empire’ exhibition and also wrote about Girl Museum on her Girls’ Literature and Culture website (September 24, 2011).
Check out the great interview article about Girl Museum with Jacquelyn over at Finding Five (November 30th, 2009).