A Cultural Cacophony: Museum Perspectives and Projects
This volume is a collection of essays about the museum sector. It entails a sense of how the sector is changing in the early 21st century and how individuals and groups are responding to the opportunities and challenges that change brings. The collection includes both broad, global perspectives plus a range of case studies from cultural organisations at a variety of scales.
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The power and the passion: the Forced Adoptions History Project
Museums and freedom of speech
Sowing the seeds of wisdom and cultivating thinking in museums
Museums and memory: The power of story
McKenzie-Clark, Jaye and Magnussen, John
Real and virtual: The role of computed tomography and 3D imaging in museum practice
From Bucharest to Hobart: A legacy of Romanian art
Simpson, Andrew and Hammond, Gina
Introduction: A professional cacophony
Thogersen, Jane; Hammond, Gina and Simpson, Andrew
Reframing the small university museum
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