Senior historian Janet Holsinger has managed and conducted research for a variety of museum exhibit and historical research projects. She develops museum content, drafts exhibit text, and conducts photographic and moving image research, with particular experience in public domain collections. Her exhibit work includes exhibit and mobile app projects for American Battle Monuments Commission overseas cemetery visitor centers, National World War II Museum, National Sports Museum, and National Park Service sites. She is also skilled in conducting research for a diverse range of historical research projects, including World War II-era claims arising from looted art and Holocaust assets, and research relating to the Atlantic slave trade and slavery in the United States on behalf of financial institutions. Additionally, Ms. Holsinger has developed educational materials for social studies digital textbooks. Ms. Holsinger also serves as deputy director of History Associates’ Exhibits and Interpretive Planning Services.
Ms. Holsinger earned her bachelor’s degree in history from the College of Wooster in Ohio and holds a master’s degree in education from the University of North Carolina.