Volume 11 number 1
May 2016

In this issue of reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections:

  • Peter Stanley enters the scholarly discussion on the literary, personal and material estate of Arthur Ransome
  • Lisa Terreni reports on progress in New Zealand’s arts institutions in engaging and supporting access to their collections by the early childhood sector
  • Catherine Kemper’s thorough overview of the marine mammal collection at the South Australian Museum indicates the enormous research potential of this repository
  • Stephen Foster introduces the intriguing, moving and entertaining collection of Zagreb’s Museum of Broken Relationships
  • Rowan Henderson reflects on her experience as curator of the Canberra Museum and Gallery’s complex and controversial exhibition X-Rated

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