Below is a recorded video outlining the theoretical foundations behind the programs I have built:
Select Teaching and Field-related Publications:
Latham, K.F. (2018). Blank Slate: Using Systems Thinking to Develop an Integrated LAM Curriculum. Education for Information, 34(2): 97-111
Latham, K.F. (2017). The Laboratory of Museum Studies: Museality in the Making. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 58(4): 219-235.
Latham, K.F. (2015). Lumping, splitting and the integration of museum studies with LIS. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 56(2): 130-140.
With John Simmons:
Simmons, J. E., & Latham, K.F. (2020). Museum Studies. In, Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology, J. Jackson (ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.
Latham, K.F. & Simmons, J.E. (2019). Whither Museum Studies? Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 60(2): 102-117.
Latham, K.F. & Simmons, J.E. (2017). Using Systems Thinking in Teaching Museum Studies. In Jung, Y. & Love, A. R. (eds), Systems thinking in museums: Theory and practice. Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield.
Latham, K.F. & Simmons, J. (2014). Foundations of museum studies: Evolving systems of knowledge. Westport, Conn., Libraries Unlimited.
Martens, M. & Latham, K.F. (2016). Convergence in library and museum studies education: Playing around with curriculum. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 57(1): 79-82.
Latham, K.F. & Kearns, J. (2015). Shannon goes to the museum: Drawing lines across boundaries. Proceedings of the Document Academy, 2, article 7