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  • More plans needed to combat disasters
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2005
  • MLA's spending options divide regional museums
    Museums Journal
    News
    February 2005
  • Coal mining and herring curing line up for Gulbenkian
    Museums Journal
    News
    February 2005
  • Let's get physical
    Can museums and science centres make physics appealing to young people? Sharon Heal reports
    Museums Journal
    News
    February 2005
  • Letters: February 2005
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2005
  • Turning a blind eye
    As the looting and of archaeological sites in Iraq continues, Harriet Crawford asks what has happened to Britain's overseas cultural policy
    Museums Journal
    News
    February 2005
  • A change for the worse
    The east wing development at the National Gallery is in danger of ruining the intimate feel of the existing space, writes Giles Waterfield
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2005
  • Talkback: February 2005
    Does the recent series of thefts indicate that respect for museums is declining?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    February 2005
  • Curious objects, hidden treasures
    An exhibition on China has taken Glasgow by storm. Matt Barnard talks to the curator behind it
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2005
  • Time to get professional
    In the first of a three-part series that goes to the heart of museology in the UK, Maurice Davies says museums are trying, yet often failing, to communicate effectively with their audiences
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2005
  • Back to the future
    The second world war, rather than destroying museums, helped them to develop. Catherine Pearson looks at how many of the wartime concerns are still relevant today
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2005
  • The partnership approach
    Judith Kelly says collaboration is the way forward for museums looking to develop temporary exhibitions
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2005
  • Returning to former glory
    One of India's most important cities, still associated with poverty and deprivation, is trying to regenerate by restoring its colonial architecture. Mark Rowe reports
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2005
  • Less is Moore
    An exhibition examining the nature of relief sculptures at the start of the Renaissance period is beautifully displayed but poorly interpreted,
    says Caroline Worthington
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    February 2005