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Is virtual reality (VR) the next big thing in museums?
Museums Journal
Comment
Issue 118/06, 15, 01/06/2018

There is no doubt that antisemitism is increasing
Museums Journal
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Issue 118/06, 15, 01/06/2018

A force to be reckoned with
Museums Journal
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Issue 118/06, 17, 01/06/2018

Why are many natural history museums still actively collecting more than other kinds of museum?
Museums Journal
Comment
Issue 118/06, 17, 01/06/2018

Deborah Mulhearn discovers what museums are doing to mark the centenary of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, which gave some women the right to vote and paved the way for wider electoral reform
Museums Journal
Feature (MJ)
Issue 118/06, 20-25, 01/06/2018

Jonathan Knott finds the value of museums researching, interpreting and putting their collections of coins and medals on display
Museums Journal
Feature (MJ)
Issue 118/06, 26-39, 01/06/2018

Hugh Mulholland, the senior curator at Belfast’s Metropolitan Arts Centre, has helped to transform Northern Ireland’s contemporary arts scene, says Patrick Kelly. Photography
by Phil Sayer
Museums Journal
Feature (MJ)
Issue 118/06, 30-33, 01/06/2018

Eleanor Mills talks to Shelby Prichard, the chief of staff at this espionage museum, about tapping into visitors’ inner James Bond
Museums Journal
Feature (MJ)
Issue 118/06, 34-35, 01/06/2018

The National Poo Museum, Isle of Wight
Museums Journal
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Issue 118/06, 37, 01/06/2018

What’s the secret of a successful Twitter campaign? Jonathan Knott
talks to those in the know
Museums Journal
Feature (MJ)
Issue 118/06, 39, 01/06/2018

This museum on the life and work of the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel deconstructs what he made and what made him. By Nicola Sullivan
Museums Journal
Feature (MJ)
Issue 118/06, 42-45, 01/06/2018

Vital research on human migration is presented well in this timely exhibition about how Britain’s population has changed over time. By Jack Ashby
Museums Journal
Review
Issue 118/06, 46-49, 01/06/2018

This redeveloped museum more than fulfils its aim of telling the epic human stories behind the allied invasion of Normandy. By Geraldine Kendall Adams
Museums Journal
Review
Issue 118/06, 50-53, 01/06/2018

Interpreting Our Heritage, by Freeman Tilden
Museums Journal
Review
Issue 118/06, 54, 01/06/2018

Curatorial Activism: Towards an ethics of curating
Museums Journal
Review
Issue 118/06, 54, 01/06/2018

Cedric Morris: Artist Plantsman
Museums Journal
Review
Issue 118/06, 55, 01/06/2018

We review the latest websites and apps
Museums Journal
Review
Issue 118/06, 57, 01/06/2018

The latest moves and appointments in the museum sector
Museums Journal
People
Issue 118/06, 60, 01/06/2018

Putting Cornish delights on show
Museums Journal
People
Issue 118/06, 60, 01/06/2018

The Wilson, Cheltenham, Gloucester
Museums Journal
People
Issue 118/06, 61, 01/06/2018