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Jillian Decker

M.A. in Public History

Jillian graduated from Walsh University in 2019 with her BA in Business Management and Museum Studies with a minor in History. Jillian’s undergraduate research thesis was titled The Restitution of World War II-Era Looted Art: Case Studies in Transitional Justice. Jillian worked in Operations and Membership at the Massillon Museum, and in Education at both the McKinley Presidential Library and Museum and the National First Ladies Historic Site. She was also the Student Researcher and Curator for the Labor Museum at Walsh University, creating an exhibit about the local IBEW chapter.

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Cohort: 2019

Research Interest: Museum Ethics, Arts and Culture Management, Art Restitution Litigation, and Women’s Labor History

Fieldwork: Exhibit Assistant at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts’ Well-B Innovation Center and public exhibition space. 

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