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Returning looted artefacts will finally restore heritage to the brilliant cultures that made them

European museums are under mounting pressure to return the irreplaceable artefacts plundered during colonial times. As an archaeologist who works in Africa, this debate has a very real …

Fifteen years after looting, thousands of artefacts are still missing from Iraq’s national museum

How the internet is reshaping World Heritage and our experience of it

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Greensboro’s Elsewhere Museum launches communal living experiment in response to COVID-19

Category: COVID-19

Elsewhere Museum soon will start Shelter Elsewhere, a fellowship and social housing …

AAM statement in support of museums’ roles in critically examining and presenting history

Museums are among the most trustworthy sources of information for the public. To remain a credible and trustworthy part of the education ecosystem, museums are committed to presenting …

The UniDescription Project Breaks Down Common Barriers to Media Accessibility

Category: Accessibility
National Park Service sites are generally grand and iconic American places for us to gather, commune with nature, tell important stories about our country’s past, and celebrate our …

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