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  • Best in show
    Alchemical lion image from the Ripley Scroll, 15th century, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2013
  • On my bookshelf
    Waterland by Graham Swift
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2013
  • Catalogue: From Death to Death and Other Small Tales
    The images in this catalogue are arranged to reflect the juxtapositions of the two collections that are presented in the exhibition, says Lucy Askew
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2013
  • Books: Men from the Ministry
    Simon Thurley's colourful history of the organisation he works for is also a politically motivated reminder to government about the importance of heritage, writes Ben Cowell
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    01.09.2013
  • The Treasures of Nemi: Finds from the Sanctuary of Diana, Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery
    Finds from a Roman archaeological site near Rome have once again been given centre stage at Nottingham Castle Museum. Vicky Donnellan is impressed
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    01.09.2013
  • Memory Palace, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
    Sharon Heal on an innovative exhibition that sees artists respond to a dystopian future where all knowledge has been lost
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    01.09.2013
  • Walk Through British Art, Tate Britain, London
    Maurice Davies has mixed feelings about the lack of interpretation at Tate Britain's Walk Through British Art
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    01.09.2013
  • The Higgins, Bedford
    The layout might be confusing in places but Bedford's wonderful collections sparkle in this redeveloped museum and art gallery, writes Caroline Ikin
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    01.09.2013
  • On my bookshelf
    Made To Stick, by Chip and Dan Heath
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2011
  • Books: Representing Enslavement and Abolition in Museums: Ambiguous Engagements
    What difference have recent reflections on slavery made to museums? Rose Roberto on a book that seeks to find out
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    01.12.2011
  • The Fusilier Museum, London
    This regimental museum offers a good guide to the Royal Fusiliers but Rachel Souhami wanted to see a broader view of military, social and political history
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    01.12.2011
  • Firstsite, Colchester
    Jane Weeks enjoys the quirky inaugural exhibition at Colchester's recently opened landmark cultural building
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    01.12.2011
  • Roman Frontier Gallery, Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, Carlisle, Cumbria
    A new gallery gets visitors to think about the impact that Hadrian's Wall had on Britain and its people, says Peter Lewis
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    01.12.2011
  • Grayson Perry: The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman, British Museum, London
    Artist Grayson Perry has brought real insight and understanding to his British Museum show, writes Mark Suggitt
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    01.12.2011
  • The Yorkshire Museum, York
    Boasting several star objects, this £2m revamp is bound to attract lots of visitors, but it's the overall level of detail that will impress, says Peter Lewis
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Opening this month
    From Vivienne Westwood shoes to paintings of Dorset's movers and shakers in the 18th century, Geraldine Kendall selects the pick of January's exhibitions
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Havering Museum, Romford
    This labour of love has emerged as a well-thought-out snapshot of the history of the London borough – with a healthy dose of nostalgia thrown in, writes Maria Blyzinsky
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    04.01.2011
  • Strawberry Hill House, Twickenham
    The £9m restoration of Horace Walpole's stunning 18th-century Gothic castle may have taken its time, but the wait has been worthwhile, says Jonathan Conlin
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    04.01.2011
  • Books: The Social Work of Museums
    Myna Trustram is impressed by the book's broad scope and its impassioned portrayal of the issues, but wonders whether it takes things a little too far
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011