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  • Vox pop
    What are your New Year's resolutions for museums?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    04.01.2011
  • Letters
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    04.01.2011
  • From where I'm standing
    I didn't know the Royal Academy had so much to offer me
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    04.01.2011
  • The insider
    That for which we are truly grateful
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    04.01.2011
  • The diary of a national museum director
    Part Eight
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    04.01.2011
  • Museums need to become public learning spaces
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    04.01.2011
  • Editorial
    New Year's resolutions could cheer us all up
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    04.01.2011
  • You don't know what you've got 'till it's gone
    The kerfuffle in the press about whether the Conservative Party is in favour or not of bringing back admission charges for national museums serves as a useful reminder of what's changed over the past ten years.
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2007
  • Letters: MJ July 2007
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2007
  • A sellers' market
    The Museums Association is re-examining its disposal guidelines for the UK, but in the US there is growing disquiet about the more liberal deaccessioning practices, writes Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2007
  • Talkback: July 2007
    Is the Art Fund the right sponsor for the former Gulbenkian prize for museums and galleries?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2007
  • Divide and rule
    The dominance of culture by an elite makes it impossible to create genuine social cohesion, argues Stephen Foster
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2007
  • Courting controversy
    Nancy Tanner says museums should not shy away from confronting sensitive subjects
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2007
  • Leadership: the shape of things to come
    At the end of last year I was seperated from family and friends, deprived of meaningful contact with the outside world and immersed in strategic planning, scenario thinking and financial modelling for two weeks on one of the Clore Leadership Programme short courses.
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    January 2007
  • Letters: January 2007
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    January 2007
  • It could be EU
    Stephen Clews believes British museums should be more open to forging mutually beneficial partnerships with their counterparts on the continent
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    January 2007
  • Treasured memories
    Helen Wilkinson on a pilot scheme from the Museums Association that will allow curators to pass on their expertise when they retire
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    January 2007
  • Talkback: January 2007
    Is Renaissance in the Regions working for independent museums?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    January 2007
  • Ancestors of us all
    Martin Smith and Simon May argue that pagan groups have no more claim on British prehistoric remains than anyone else
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    January 2007