Museums in Boston, MA - Page 1

Find museums in Boston, MA. Listings include Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Museum of Science, Boston, The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 06/21/21
    62/94 Consulting newspapers, government documents, letters, abolitionist records, legislation, and memoirs, Tamika Y. Nunley traces how Black women -- enslaved, fugitive, and free -- navigated social ...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/21/21
    61/94 Tropical aesthetics -- using art to name and reclaim spaces of Black sovereignity -- emerged as a unifying element in the Caribbean modern art movement and the Harlem Renaissance in the early 20...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/20/21
    60/94 The story of 32 African men, women and children kidnapped from Angola in 1619 by the Portuguese and taken by the English to the New World. What happened to them??? Historian Ric Murphy documents...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/20/21
    To all those who assume the role of fatherhood, we wish you a Happy Father’s Day! We hope today will be filled with love, surprises and joy. We thank you and our Forefathers. ❤️🤍💙 Parental Advice by ...
    > William Hickling Prescott House
  • 06/20/21
    59/94 White women homemakers are granted respectability and safety; Black women homemakers endure perjorative labels, racist governmental policies, attacks on their citizenship, and aggression meant t...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/20/21
    58/94 'Reading While Black' is a personal and scholarly testament to the power and hope of Black biblical interpretation -- with examinations of how Scripture speaks to topics often overlooked by whit...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/20/21
    To all the dads and father-figures, we wish you a happy #FathersDay! For a Father's Day treat, we've made a puzzle of this photo - try it out! https://www.jfklibrary.org/learn/about-jfk/jfkl-from-ho...
    > John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Muse
  • 06/19/21
    57/94 Kate Masur's magisterial history documents the civil rights movement in the decades before the Civil War. It is a magnificent contribution to the history of antiracism in America. Beginning in o...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/19/21
    56/94 Drawing on recordings, press coverage, archival materials, and interviews, Maureen Mahon documents the pivotal role African American women have played in rock & roll between the 1950s and the 19...
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  • 06/19/21
    On June 19th, better known as Juneteenth, we commemorate the oldest celebration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth marks the moment in 1865 when the last of the enslaved people ...
    > William Hickling Prescott House
  • 06/19/21
    55/94 The gripping story of the founder of the Kansas City branch of the Black Panther Party -- now living in Tanzania, still continuing the social justice work of the Black Panther Party and still fi...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/18/21
    36/94 With humor and insight, Richard Grant depicts a strange, eccentric town with an unforgettable cast of characters. Part history and part travelogue, 'The Deepest South of All' offers a gripping p...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/18/21
    54/94 Using examples of fictional and real-life blues artists, Kimberly Mack unpacks the figure of the American blues performer to reveal that blues makers have long used their songs, performances, in...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award
  • 06/18/21
    53/94 The first biography of Dorothy Pitman Hughes, a trailblazing Black feminist activist who made children, race, and welfare rights central to the women's movement. Laura L. Lovett's expert researc...
    > MAAH Stone Book Award