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  • It promises to be an exciting autumn
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Antediluvian attitudes
    Scientific museums need to deliver the facts of evolution effectively if they want to counter the doctrines of creationist institutions, writes Stephen T Asma
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • One at a time
    The distinct strands that arise out of multicultural narratives are important, argues Abigail Walker
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Letters
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    September 2007
  • Freedom of expression
    The reintroduction of admission fees for national museums in Sweden was a disaster, says Anna Mighetto
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2007
  • My family went to the Vatican Museum...
    ...and all I got was this lousy pencil. It's time for museum shops to buck up, pleads Kate Bull
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Ethics: benefactors
    The MA's code of ethics requires museums to 'Recognise the interests of people who made, used, owned, collected or gave items in the collections' (7.0), and, on occasion, personal objects are requested for return by stakeholders. How would you approach a claim for the return of an object with personal significance to the donor, in contrast to claims for generic items?
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Seeking the Sikhs
    Felicity Heywood meets the man whose mission is to make sure that Britain's Sikhs are part of the UK's cultural and historical map
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2007
  • Experimental thinking
    Science centres claim they are so under-resourced that closures look like a real possibility. But is more government funding a magic formula, asks Rachel Souhami
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2007
  • MySpace meets the museum
    Getting teenagers and younger children involved in creating exhibitions is hard work, says Dea Birkett, but it's worth it
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2007
  • The antiques roadshow
    If the punters won't go to the museum, then the museum must go to the masses. Aaron Davies catches up with the mobile museums
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2007
  • Out of the ashes
    Of all the cities devastated when Yugoslavia broke up, Vukovar was one of the worst affected. Jane Morris visited the Croatian town to see how its museums are making sense of recent history
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2007
  • Welsh museums could get statutory status
    Local authority museum services could become statutory services in Wales, a statement issued by the new coalition government has revealed.
    Museums Journal
    News
    September 2007
  • Restoration of the Cutty Sark
    It is hoped that the clean-up operation at the Cutty Sark, which was badly damaged by fire in May, will be able to begin this month.
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    September 2007
  • Sans relinquishes role as Baltic's programme director
    JÉRÔME SANS HAS STEPPED DOWN AS THE programme director at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art to become associate director (art). The switch means that he will no longer be based at the Gateshead gallery.
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Horse stories
    A brisk canter round the Household Cavalry's new showpiece museum leaves Sharon Heal impressed
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2007
  • Arrested development
    Judging by the fierce sunlight, the scene ON SIAKA Stevens Street seems to be one of mid-morning, just as Freetown's market and shops are getting into the rhythm of the day.
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2007
  • Upstairs and downstairs
    SUDLEY HOUSE, LIVERPOOL

    Revamped and redisplayed, Sudley House offers insights into life above and below stairs, says Caroline Worthington
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2007
  • Cusworth resurgent
    CUSWORTH HALL MUSEUM AND PARK, DONCASTER

    Cusworth Hall has undergone a major refurbishment but Javier Pes is pleased to find that some eccentricities remain
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    September 2007
  • A facelift for the Headrow
    LEEDS ART GALLERY, LEEDS

    Money-conscious Leeds have achieved some impressive changes on a small budget, says Sharon Heal
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007