“Their campaign of wanton attacks”: Suffragette Iconoclasm in British Museums and Galleries during 1914

“Their campaign of wanton attacks”: Suffragette Iconoclasm in British Museums and Galleries during 1914 Helen E. Scott, PhD The Museum Review, Volume 1, Number 1, 2016 Abstract The British female suffrage movement reached its militant height in the spring of 1914. At this time, despite decades of prior campaigning, women were still denied the right toContinue reading ““Their campaign of wanton attacks”: Suffragette Iconoclasm in British Museums and Galleries during 1914”

The Role of University Museums and Heritage in the 21st Century

The Role of University Museums and Heritage in the 21st Century Zenobia R. Kozak, PhD The Museum Review, Volume 1, Number 1, 2016 Abstract University museums and collections present both challenges and opportunities for their parent institutions. The identification and recognition of objects and collections of material ‘heritage’ proves difficult to universities, due to their collections’Continue reading “The Role of University Museums and Heritage in the 21st Century”

Introduction to Museums and Museum Accountability in the United Kingdom 

Introduction to Museums and Museum Accountability in the United Kingdom  Katherine R. Groninger, PhD The Museum Review, Volume 1, Number 1, 2016 Abstract This article provides a general introduction to museums in the United Kingdom, examining their history, finance, and oversight, each of which affects UK museum accountability. The development of the UK museum profession isContinue reading “Introduction to Museums and Museum Accountability in the United Kingdom “