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  • Collections: you can shape the future
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Letters: June 2005
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Wanted: new breed of curator
    Must have flexibility and vision; scholarly and object-based knowledge welcomed; anti-authoritarian tendencies a must. Apply in writing to Nichola Johnson
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Talkback: June 2005
    Should museums actively solicit public donations?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Got-to-have gadgets
    By adding contemporary objects to their displays, museums give new meanings to their older artefacts, says Tim Boon
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Facing the future
    Agreeing on the direction of museums is a
    long process, but the launch of a new report
    is a welcome start, writes Helen Wilkinson
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Restoration schemes need dose of realism
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2004
  • Letters: September 2004
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2004
  • Relative values
    Laura Peers says respecting the rights of indigenous people and consulting them over their ancestors' remains can lead to greater benefits for science, as recent collaborations in North America have shown
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2004
  • Talback
    Is it realistic for museum objects to be displayed in commercial outlets?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2004
  • Built-in obsolescence
    The plans for the Fourth Grace in Liverpool and the V&A's Spiral have both been shelved. Peter Higgins asks if the age of the iconic building is over
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2004