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Museum Management and Curatorship

Museum Management and Curatorship
Editor Robert R. Janes
Categories Museology
Frequency Quarterly
First issue 1986
Company Taylor & Francis
Country UK
Language English
Website tandf.co.uk
ISSN 0964-7775

Museum Management and Curatorship (MMC) is an international peer-reviewed, journal aimed at museum professionals, consultants, educators, and researchers. Its content is intended to examine current issues in museum practice. The journal covers aspects such as administration, archives, collections management, communications, conservation, diversity, globalization, governance, interpretation, leadership, management, new technology, professional ethics, public service, purpose/mission, and social responsibility.

The journal is published quarterly by Routledge.

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  • Official website
  • ISSN 0964-7775 (print)
  • ISSN 1872-9185 (online)


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