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Prognostication of the Scottish Culture and Heritage Sector's Skills Profile
John Lennon, J.; Graham, M.
Doing science at a science centre: enabling independent knowledge construction in the context of schools' museum visits
Bencze, J.L.; Lemelin, N.
What Is a Maritime Museum?
Making science 'Family fun': The fetish of the interactive exhibit
The nation's museums: politics and policies
The brethren of the croatian dragon
The British Art Journal and Somerset House
Jaharis Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum
Institute of Art and Law, and the Foundation Certificate in Art Law
Legionnaires Disease and the Legionella Risk Assessment Process
Dark tourism: the attraction of death and disaster, - John Lennon and Malcolm Foley. 234x157 mm, vii+184 pp., with black and white illustrations. London and New York, Continuum, 2000 (ISBN 0-8264-5064-4). Continuum, The Tower Building, 11 York Road, London SE1 7NX, UK, and 370 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017-6503, USA
The origins of museums: the cabinet of curiosities in sixteenth and seventeenth century Europe, - edited by Oliver Impey and Arthur MacGregor. 287x230 mm, xx+431 pp., with black and white illustrations. London, House of Stratus, 2001, £25.00 (ISBN 1-84232-132-3). House of Stratus Ltd., Thirsk Industrial Park, Thirsk, North Yorkshire YO7 3BX, UK
The curator's egg: the evolution of the museum concept from the French Revolution to the present day, - Karsten Schubert. 210x149 mm, 159 pp. London, One-Off Press, 2000, £12.95 (ISBN 1-873542-04-6). Distributed by Christie's Books, 1 Langley Lane, London SW8 1TH, UK.
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