This 376-page publication, features 48 colour illustrations, and includes the following chapters:
Learn About the Past, Act in the Present, Change the Future
Katy Archer, People’s History Museum, Manchester
Museums in the Digital Age
Peter F Biehl & Laura Harrison, State University of New York at Buffalo
Artist Encounters: Artist-Led Interpretive Programs and Inclusive Practices
Michelle Dezember, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar
Inclusive Arts Practice: Using Collections to Maximise Inclusivity
Alice Fox, University of Brighton
The Ignorant Museum: Transforming The Elitist Museum into an Inclusive Learning Place
Yuha Jung, University of Georgia
Sitting on the Fence: What’s the Point?
Adrian Kerr: Museum of Free Derry
Are We There Yet?
Magdalena Mieri, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
Building Audience: Juvenile Delinquents at the Clark
Ronna Tulgan Ostheimer, The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
Diversity, Democracy and the Modern Museum: Conflicted Goals in the 21st Century?
Hamish Robertson, Specialist Ageing and Medicine Centre, Randwick, Australia
Apne Itihias Te Maan Hai: Proud Of Our History
Alison Taylor & Stacey Bains, Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry
Table Top Physics: Old Science, New Audience
Jane Wess, University of Edinburgh/Royal Geographical Society and previously Science Museum, London.