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  • Digital
    We review the latest websites
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • Catalogue
    America’s Cool Modernism: O’Keeffe to Hopper
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • Books
    Science Museums in Transition: Cultures of Display in Nineteenth-Century Britain and America
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • On my bookshelf
    Postcard Stories, by Jan Carson
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • Headstone Manor & Museum, Harrow, London
    This is an intriguing historic site that’s slightly let down by its attempts to be all things to all people, says Steve Gardam
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro
    Natalie Rigby discovers four fresh exhibitions that the institution hopes will make waves as it celebrates its 200th birthday
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • International Bomber Command Centre, Lincoln
    Rebecca Morris-Buck is drawn to the compelling stories of those who served and suffered in the second world war’s bombing campaigns
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • Best in show
    Private Thomas Walker, 1856, by Thomas William Wood - Compton Verney, Warwickshire
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2018
  • Inside DNA: A Genomic Revolution, At-Bristol
    Liz Hide applauds the authority and depth of this exploration of genomics, but says more joined-up thinking is needed to make it really work
    Museums Journal
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    February 2008
  • Atlantic Worlds: National Maritime Museum, London
    There's no place for jingoism, colouring the atlas red and the celebration of empire in the maritime museum's new permanent gallery, writes Caroline Worthington
    Museums Journal
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    February 2008
  • Temporary exhibition - Weapons of Mass Communication: Imperial War Museum, London
    What could have been a fascinating investigation into the role of war posters is let down by confusing displays, writes Sara Selwood
    Museums Journal
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    February 2008
  • Book - Memorial Museums: The Global Rush to Commemorate Atrocities
    What are memorial museums, how do they operate and whose interests do they serve? Tiffany Jenkins admires a book that's unafraid to ask questions
    Museums Journal
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    February 2008
  • The village bond
    Sharon Heal heads to the Stanley Spencer Gallery to discover the fascinating collection of a local boy made good
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Sweet memories
    Laura Drysdale sees how a collection that started with a packet of Munchies has grown into a museum documenting consumerism over the past 200 years
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Let there be light
    The dramatic use of natural light makes the stained glass displays the stars of the V&A's latest gallery, says Caroline Worthington
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Absent father
    Rachel Souhami says the restored London house of American Benjamin Franklin fails to do justice to this important 18th-century figure
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • The glories of Islam
    The V&A's touring exhibition of Islamic art is beautifully designed, but might be hard work for visitors with little knowledge of the subject, says Jane Weeks
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Dig for history
    Michael Wright finds out if an exhibition following archaeological digs of first world war battlefields unearthed any interesting stories
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Let there be light
    Laura Drysdale says the Horniman's new exhibition is too dimly lit to do justice to its fabulous textile collection
    Museums Journal
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    June 2005
  • Small change
    The Science Museum's celebration of nanotechnology glosses over potential ethical problems, says Rachel Souhami
    Museums Journal
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    June 2005