Museum Director to Deliver Talk at Washington College

Museum Director Alice Greenwald holds up a flag during the Museum’s opening ceremony in May 2014.
Museum Director Alice Greenwald (center) holds a flag during the museum's opening ceremony in May 2014. (Photo: Amy Dreher)

9/11 Memorial Museum Director Alice Greenwald will give a talk at the Washington College Academy of Lifelong Learning in Chestertown, Md. on Tuesday, Jan. 20.

The program, titled “Through the Lens of Memory: Creating the 9/11 Memorial Museum,” will be part of the academy’s Learn at Lunch program, which features writers, historians, educators, politicians and other notable speakers.

Greenwald will explore the creation of the museum and ways that it enables a greater understanding of historical topics, among other topics.

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By Jordan Friedman, 9/11 Memorial Research and Digital Projects Associate

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