Issue 2 (August 2007) contains three papers based on presentations given at Revealing All: an annual symposium for research students in cultural policy and management, organized by City University and Goldsmiths, University of London with the support of LCACE, and held at Somerset House in December 2006.
The three papers included here are:
- ‘The limits of cultural diversity in arts policy: the example of the forgotten brass bands’ by Katie Toop (University of Winchester);
- ‘The end of history? The impact of the Gulf Wars (1990–1991 and 2003-present) on Iraq’s cultural heritage’ by Melissa Nisbett (Sheffield Hallam University), and
- ‘What do families with children need from a museum?’ by Kai-Lin Wu (University of Surrey).
We are grateful to Sally Taylor, LCACE and the other anonymous peer reviewers.
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