: Spring 2016 :

THE FUTURE OF MUSEUMS: CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
Vol.: 
74
No.: 
2

Editorial

Robert S. Fogarty, “The Future of Museums”

Museums Past and Present

Ivan Gaskell, University and College Museums: Some Challenges

Timothy Rub, Some Thoughts (and Concerns) About the Future of Art Museums

Selma Holo, Rendezvous in France: Where Contemporary Art Meets the Past

Steven Kern, The Modern American Museum Was Invented in Newark

Museum Critiques

Bruce Fleming, Night in the Museum

Steven Conn, Do Universities Need Museums/Do Museums Need Universities?

Grant McCracken, Remaking the Museum for the Twenty-First Century: A Hakluytian Opportunity

Nicholas ThomasThe Inhabited Collection

Museum Complexes in the Future

Jane Pickering, Museums, Universities, and the “Unnecessary Introduction of Cats”

David GaimsterThe Hunterian, Glasgow: Enlightenment Foundations and Continuing Mission

Carol Snow, Behind the Scenes with a Yale University Art Museum Conservator

Poetry

John HodgenHamlet Texts Guildenstern … 

Lizzie Hutton, “Conditions of Possibiilty”: 1967

Michael RobinsBrooklyn Poem

Rob CookLetter to a Safe Place

John PochSaint Francis

Jeff McRaeAnimal Hospital

Bruce Cohen, Radishes & Frankfurters

Lightsey Darst, So What if a First

Lightsey Darst, So What Do I Need

Caridad Moro-GronlierWhat the White Girl Asked … 

Steve KronenSonnet for the Long Childhood

Piotr Gwiazda, Extraordinary Renditions

From Our Archives

Neil MacGregor, “A Pentecost in Trafalgar Square”

Et Cetera

John TaylorPoetry Today: “Who Is General Instin?”