Carrie Brown is a writer and historian who uncovers the human story behind historic events and who explores the interplay between technology and culture. Her work as a consultant, exhibit developer, and curator draws upon thirty years’ experience as a museum professional and non-profit manager. Services include
• Development of museum exhibitions
• Historical and biographical research
• Historic site interpretation
• Writing and editing
• Project management
• Proposals and grant writing.
Recent projects include a historic house interpretation in Roxbury, Massachusetts; exhibits for the Herreshoff Marine Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island; Buckets, Boxes, and Toys in Hingham, Massachusetts; and two exhibitions for the American Precision Museum commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Dr. Brown’s book Rosie’s Mom: Forgotten Women of the First World War, is now available in paperback. Carrie Brown is available as a speaker through the Vermont Humanities Council’s Speakers Bureau and New Hampshire Humanities’ Humanities to Go program.