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  • History lessons
    Patrick Kelly on the new breed of museums in Northern Ireland which, far from sweeping old divisions under the carpet, are embracing distinct identities
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.06.06
  • A month is a long time in museums
    How was it for you? Museums and Galleries Month should be just about over by the time this issue of Museums Journal comes out, so now is as a good a time as any to think about how it went.
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2006
  • Rhodes puts fashion museum on the market
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Museum directors' report outlines targets for improving staff diversity
    England's national museums have set themselves the task of improving the numbers of African, Caribbean and Asian members of staff in curatorial, education and management positions.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Art fund hits out at lack of collecting
    A charity that gives grants to fund acquisitions has attacked the government for following its agenda on social inclusion, access and education in museums at the expense of collecting.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Metal detectorists' code paves the way for better relations with museums
    A new code of practice for metal detecting looks set to end years of suspicion and resentment between detectorists and museum professionals.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Government looks at major change in the 'returns' law
    The government is planning to change the law to allow national museums to return spoliated objects from their collections.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Museums close as governing bodies tighten purse strings
    The night of the long knives continues for regional museums as this month Museums Journal reveals that five more museums are facing closure.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Redgrave pulls in actors to save Theatre Museum
    The campaign to save the Theatre Museum from closure and to keep it at its Covent Garden home continues.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Show Scotland drums up visitors on long weekend
    Early indications point to success for THE Scottish version of Museums and Galleries Month. Show Scotland, a programme of special activities held over the May Day weekend, included 120 events at 51 venues.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Spain wins Europe's top trophy
    Cosmo Caixa, the science centre in Barcelona, carried off the prestigious European Museum of the Year award (Emya), announced on 13 May in Lisbon in the same week that the city's football team bagged Europe's most glittering prize.
    Museums Journal
    News
    June 2006
  • Letters: June 2006
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2006
  • An African renaissance
    The collaborative exhibition between the British Museum and the National Museums of Kenya has highlighted the fact that the European museum template does not work in Africa, argue Elizabeth Ouma and Lorna Abungu
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2006
  • Teenage kicks
    Gulbenkian judge Joanna Moorhead asks why museums are ignoring the needs of teenagers
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2006
  • Natural selection
    Museums need to act if they are to avoid a crisis in the recruitment of natural scientists, warns Helen Fothergill
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2006
  • Open university
    Liz Hide is one of a growing number of museum development officers who support smaller and independent museums. Felicity Heywood visits Cambridge to hear about fundraising, access and working with diverse collections
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2006
  • Medical matters
    Andrew Burnet on how a wide range of organisations have joined forces to bring Scotland's medical collections to life
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2006
  • To catch an art thief
    The FBI is getting tough on art thieves with a special unit dedicated to combating the problem. But what are its chances of success, asks Jamie Lewis
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2006
  • Crossing continents
    Felicity Heywood reports from Nairobi on how the British Museum and the National Museums of Kenya worked together to create an exhibition that has caused a stir
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2006
  • Share and share alike
    Whether the topic is comics or crime, Tibet or textiles, Subject Specialist Networks are helping museums to share their collections expertise. Christina Folkard finds out how
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2006