Sally Hough is a fourth-year joint honours African and Middle Eastern Studies student at McGill University. After spending a summer working on anthropological field research in Kenya, she undertook an independent research project comparing the African Art exhibits at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery of Ontario. This project led her to an internship at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA), working under the curator of African Art. At the MMFA, she researched the exhibition of African Art, Black diaspora art and difficult histories in North American and European museums. She is excited to now be a part of the Beyond Museum Walls team as Prof. Butler’s research assistant.