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  • Editorial: Misunderstanding the future
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Shrewsbury faces the closure of its museum until 2009
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2006
  • MA takes first steps to discipline Bury council
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2006
  • Scotland's Royal Museum drops its 'majestic' tag
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2006
  • A spy in the house...
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2006
  • Letters
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Making the Grade?
    Virginia Tandy, the new president of the Museums Association, tells Museums Journal what challenges she thinks the next few years will hold.
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Balancing Act
    Charles Saumarez Smith, the outgoing president of the MA, reflects on his time in office and looks to the future
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Talkback: November 2006
    Should museums allow pagan ceremonies to be conducted on ancient human remains if the person's religion or beliefs are unknown?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Open-minded
    The Tate's recent decision to disclose how much it pays for acquisitions could lead to a change in other museums' attitudes towards 'price', says Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Wise words
    Rebecca Mileham says creating gallery text might make your blood boil but it doesn't have to...
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Gainsborough reborn
    Diane Perkins talks dogs, disposal and redesign at Gainsborough's House museum
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2006
  • Roundtable Debtate: Understanding slavery
    With preparations already underway for next year's 200th anniversary of the British slave trade, Museums Journal organised a round table debate with leading experts in the history of slavery to discuss the challenges museums face
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Value judgements
    In an attempt to get their fair share of public funds, museums have long been trying to find ways to prove their worth to government. So could the concept of public value be the answer, asks Julie Nightingale
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2006
  • Homeward bound
    A new generation of Aboriginal campaigners has taken up the fight for the return of human remains from British museums. Felicity Heywood meets two of them
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Unlocking potential
    With the issue of prison overcrowding once again on the national agenda, Liza Ramrakya looks at how museums have become part of a wider initiative to cut the number of inmates who re-offend
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2006
  • Safe from harm
    They are threatened by everything from hurricanes to terrorism, but public museums in the US are struggling to adequately insure their collections. Jamie Lewis investigates
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2006
  • The write stuff
    A volunteer-run museum in Birmingham tells the story of how the city was once the centre of the world pen trade. By Sharon Heal
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    November 2006
  • Broadcasting encounters: Experience TV, National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford
    Caroline Worthington finds the new TV gallery in Bradford is high on production values, but lacking in content and new ideas
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    November 2006