41.3 CoverFrom the Editor-in-Chief

From the Editor-in-Chief
Cynthia Robinson

From the Guest Editor

New Intersections for History Education in Museums
Mariruth Leftwich

The Littlest Historians: Early Years Programming in History Museums
Mariruth Leftwich and Clare Haywood

Engaging Children with Autism at Historic Sites: Developing an Audience-appropriate Curriculum
Ansel Lurio

Exploring the Intersections of Science and History Learning
Catherine Hughes and Allison Cosbey

Green History: Reframing Our Past to Save the Planet
Andrea K. Jones

Discovering History in a Digital World: The Texas Story Project
David Munns

Tools, Frameworks and Case Studies

Engaging the d/Deaf Audience in Museums: A Case Study at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum
Patrícia Roque Martins

What the Research Says

Impacts of Arts Museum-based Dementia Programming on Participating Care Partners
Katherine L. Lamar and Jessica J. Luke

Museum Education for Children with Disabilities: Development of the Nature Senses Traveling Trunk
Hyojung Cho and Anna Jolley

Appreciation of Authenticity Promotes Curiosity: Implications for Object-based Learning in Museums
Louise Bunce

Book Review

The Manual of Museum Learning by Brad King and Barry Lord
Dena Taub