Sarah Carter




Sarah Anne Carter is a visiting lecturer in the History Department (Fall 2013) and the Curator and Director of Research of the Chipstone Foundation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is currently working on a book project on object lessons in American culture, as well as several museum and material culture-based projects. To learn more about the Chipstone foundation, explore these videos.

Dr. Carter completed her PhD in the History of American Civilization at Harvard in 2010 and earned an MA in Early American Material Culture from Winterthur in 2004.

She has a wide range of research and teaching interests including early American and US social and cultural history, material and visual culture, museums, histories of gender, sexuality, childhood, and the family, and public history.

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Gain an understanding of history, museum studies, and curation by looking at, organizing, and interpreting art, artifacts, scientific curiosities, and the stuff of everyday life.

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