Mitigating Unwelcome Bugs and Dust, but Preserving Petrified Puke

When exploring the hallowed halls of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, guests might expect to find themselves enraptured by dinosaur skeletons, mesmerized by walls of butterfly and beetle displays, or have their breath taken away by award-winning nature photography. But, as a conservation intern, I focused my personal queries on the “yucky” stuff – unwelcome creepy crawlies, dust bunnies, and the powdery remains of historical vomit!

Where are the Women Architects?

Author: Thomas J. Morton

Senior Lecturer, Architectural Studies Program, History of Art and Architecture