Rogers Publishing is a nonprofit publishing house that develops and distributes written and multi-media material concerning all facets of the international museum sector. Through original imprints and innovative services, RP provides peer-reviewed forums for professional and academic work adhering to rigorous ethical and research standards and museum best practice. It is RP’s goal to meet the diverse museum community’s needs, including museum communities not served by the current marketplace.
Rogers Publishing expands opportunities to publish museological texts and improves access to scholarly publications while protecting the rights of researchers, authors, and funders. Publishing timely and progressive material by international museum specialists including academics, practitioners, and students, allows museum professionals to discuss matters most relevant to them.
Through active engagement, Rogers Publishing encourages the museum industry to read, consider, discuss, debate, respond and implement ideas. Success in one museum can serve as catalyst for others. Knowledge transfer can spur collective innovation. Diverse, widely available ideas can spark progress, a movement, a renaissance. Published texts enable people to analyze trends and draw connections, empowering readers to impact museums, shaping the future in now unknowable ways.
Board of DirectorsElizabeth H. Andrews, Ph.D.Tina R. Giovanielli, Ph.D.Molly T. Meyer
Founder and CEOKatherine R. Groninger, Ph.D.
Dr. Katherine Groninger specializes in ethical standards and fiscal transparency in British and American museums. She completed her doctorate on museum accountability at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, and holds degrees in art history from Princeton University and in arts administration from New York University. Professionally, Kate has spoken at international museum conferences, published in museum journals, and worked in the US nonprofit arts industry, most recently at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
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