Museums, Society, Inequality

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1.1 Museums and the combating of social inequality: impact and process 5
1.2 ‘Hindu bride and groom, 1994’ in The Circle of Life11
1.3 Every Object Tells a Story13
1.4 ‘Lovers’ bowl by Karen Atherley in Every Object Tells a Story14
2.1 ‘Coming of Age’ display in the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art 30
2.2 Temporary exhibition, Canvassing the Clyde, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 30
2.3 Temporary exhibition, The Birth of Impressionism, McLellan Galleries 31
4.1 The contribution of museums to inclusive communities 65
6.1 Sarah Biffin (‘engraved by R. W. Sievier from a miniature painted by Miss Biffin’) 92
6.2 Portrait of John Vine 93
7.1 A selection of objects collected to represent the lives of lesbians and gay men in Croydon 102
7.2 ‘Dahlia walks in on her lover in bed with a priest’ (illustration by Maggie Raynor) 106
9.1 Kitchen of the Baldizzi Family, immigrants from Sicily, on the day of their eviction, 1935 133
9.2 Graduation Day for students in the museum’s English for Speakers of Other Languages Course on the steps of the Museum’s 1863 tenement building 137
11.1 On 28 May over 250,000 Australians joined the People’s Walk for Reconciliation 155
11.2 Australia’s Secret Histories: the summative evaluation showed that this section of the exhibition had an incredible impact on visitors 160
11.3 Many items that are repatriated to Indigenous communities cannot be shown due to their secret-sacred nature 167

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