What we believe

We have taught alongside historians, linguists, psychiatrists, classicists, neuroscientists, theologians, geographers, museum docents, anthropologists, mathematicians, literary scholars, art historians, high school teachers, archaeologists and economists.

In every instance, we have seen the power of authentic objects to illuminate almost any idea, subject or issue.

We recognize the potential for an encounter with objects to transform students’ thinking about their discipline.

We believe it is the objects that lead this transformation.

We believe that objects are agile.