This internationally focused issue of reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections ranges far and wide:
- Georgiana Fell investigates how museums are connecting with a wider audience via social media, using New Zealand’s national museum, the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Te Papa), as a case study
- Luca Gefäller reveals how a tiny museum can produce compelling exhibitions on a shoestring budget, after he visits London's Museum of Immigration and Diversity
- Peter Stanley uses the Sulabh International Museum of Toilets in New Delhi to focus his discussion of the important role museums can play in advocating social causes
- Steven Cooke, Avril Alba and Donna-Lee Frieze analyse two Australian Holocaust museums to see how they construct ideas of community and place.
Also featured are reviews of a number of recent and current exhibitions.
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