MA, Museum Studies (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis), MA, Cultural Anthropology (University of Arkansas)
Audience Research Associate, Indianapolis Museum of Art
Donnelley “Dolly” Hayde holds a master's degree in Museum Studies from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, as well as a master's degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Arkansas. In her current role as an informal learning researcher, she helps museums, zoos, and aquariums better understand their audiences and evaluate the outcomes of their interpretation and public offerings. In addition to her work for cultural institutions, Dolly has conducted ethnographic research related to language education and cultural memory; particular topical interests include social space, American civil defence, and the politics of public safety.
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