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  • Open up the routes to jobs in museums
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2005
  • Museums club buys Cassel
    Museums Journal
    News
    August 2005
  • Football museum looks to Liverpool for support
    The National Football Museum in Preston is in talks with National Museums Liverpool (NML) about possibly coming under the NML banner.
    Museums Journal
    News
    August 2005
  • Protestors target the Natural History Museum's Diamonds
    More than 50 people protested outside the opening of the Natural History Museum's (NHM) Diamonds exhibition last month.
    Museums Journal
    News
    August 2005
  • British Museum gets Aboriginal artefacts back from Australia
    Three Aboriginal artefacts that were loaned by the British Museum and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, to Museum Victoria in Melbourne have been returned to the UK after the Dja Dja Wurrung and Jupagalk communities failed in their bid to keep them in Australia
    Museums Journal
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    August 2005
  • Top of the wish list
    There was a wide interpretation of this year's Museums and Galleries Month theme - Objects of Desire. Simon Stephens highlights five of the top ten initiatives
    Museums Journal
    News
    August 2005
  • Letters: August 2005
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2005
  • Uncover the forgotten past
    The presence of Africans and Asians in the UK has been ignored in British museums for too long, says Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2005
  • Market forces
    Museums are being forced to put commercial imperatives ahead of their real mission to educate and enlighten, writes Corinna Lotz
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2005
  • Vote of no confidence
    The public should have more say in how lottery cash is spent, but crude voting systems are not the answer, says Judy Aitken
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2005
  • Talkback: August 2005
    Has gift-shop marketing in museums and galleries gone too far?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2005
  • Changing places
    Hassan Arero, anthropologist to the Horniman Museum, tells Felicity Heywood about Africa, life in the Amazon and when you should say yes to turtle meat
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2005
  • Brought to book
    The British Library's Hans Christian Andersen exhibition reveals tensions in its aim to combine accessibility with academic excellence, says Dea Birkett
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2005
  • Out of the darkness
    Museums need to look beyond conventional exhibitions if they are to give the public better access to their hidden collections, argues Suzanne Keene
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2005
  • Remembering Srebrenica
    Ten years after the massacre of 8,000 men and boys at Srebrenica, Joseph O'Reilly visits Bosnia-Hercegovina where a memorial museum is taking shape
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2005
  • Just faultless
    Roland Lloyd Parry visits Istanbul to see if the Topkapi Palace is winning its race to protect the museum's rich collection from earthquakes
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2005
  • A touchy subject
    Rachel Souhami enjoys the V&A's invitation to Touch Me, but feels it
    does not fully explore the subject
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    August 2005
  • Private view
    An exhibition of corporate art does not make a good case for the value of company collections, says Sara Selwood
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    August 2005