Anthony Worman, Acting Curator, Military and Political History
Tel: (780) 453-9119, Fax: (780) 454-6629
Anthony Worman received a B.A. in History from the University of Calgary (2002), a Diploma of Applied Museum Studies from Algonquin College (2004), and a Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of Alberta (2011). Anthony began volunteering at the Royal Alberta Museum in 2010. He spent two years working on a variety of projects before joining the Museum staff as a permanent employee in 2012. Anthony is broadly interested in the history of Canada's military with particular interest in First World War aviation, as well as firearms technology and legislation.
Volunteers play a vital role in the operation of the Military and Political History program at the Royal Alberta Museum. These dedicated individuals are involved in a variety of projects—from cataloguing and digitizing collections to helping out with research for exhibits and research for the purpose of answering public inquiries. The volunteers who work with the Military and Political History program put in countless hours every year and are always willing to pitch in wherever their help is needed most.
Former curatorial program staff members
Tel: (780) 453-9184, Fax: (780) 454-6629
(Sean continues to work at the museum. His new position is Collections Manager; contact information remains the same.)
Sean Moir received a M.A. degree in history in 1992 and completed a Master of Library and Information Studies degree in 2004, both from the University of Alberta. Sean began working in the heritage sector in 1987, and from 1997 and 2004 he served as Curator of Documentary Collections at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum. Sean has been on staff at Royal Alberta Museum since May 2004.
Maurice F.V. Doll
Maurice Doll was Curator of Government History (subsequently renamed Military and Political History) until 2003. Maurice completed his post-secondary education at the University of Alberta, graduating Magna Cum Laudae in Anthropology as well as holding a P.D.A.D. specializing in History and Native Education, and a Master of Arts degree. He began working at the Museum as a student in 1969 and was on staff from 1972 to 2003.