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  • Collector's collection
    Tim Knox's passion for collecting, architecture and display makes him well-suited to be the new director of Sir John Soane's Museum. By Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Show and tell
    There is no point having rare objects and important collections if we don't have the knowledge to talk about them, says Mark Jones
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Strapped for cash
    Acquiring new objects is the lifeblood of any museum. But with acquisition budgets cut to the bone, can collections continue to grow? By Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Small Island
    After a disastrous start involving stormy weather and sinking furniture, the Pitcairn Island Museum opens to the public this summer. By Dea Birkett
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Action woman
    Antonia Byatt, the director of the Women's Library, gets things done. Just like the women whose lives the library records, reports Matt Barnard
    Museums Journal
    Features
    May 2005
  • Victims remembered
    More memorial museums have been opened in the last 10 years than in the past 100. But do they help us remember, or allow us to forget, asks Tiffany Jenkins
    Museums Journal
    Features
    May 2005
  • Collection protection
    Recent thefts of Renaissance bronzes, Chinese jade artefacts and Dennis the Menace comics highlight the dilemma of access versus security in public collections, writes Katrina Burroughs
    Museums Journal
    Features
    May 2005
  • All hands on deck
    Collaberation between sea-faring museums has helped rationalise collections, finds Deborah Mulhearn
    Museums Journal
    Features
    May 2005
  • After the decline
    Norrköping, formerly a centre of Sweden's industrial revolution, was once
    an unlovely place. Now that's all history, thanks to a regeneration package that is the largest the country has ever seen, reports Corinna Lotz
    Museums Journal
    Features
    May 2005