‘People-Place-Process’ and Attachment in the Museum: A New Paradigm for Understanding Belonging?, Susannah Eckersley, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures

Performing the Hyphen: Engaging German-Jewishness at the Jewish Museum Berlin, Jackie Feldman, Anja Peleikis, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures

The Life of the Death of ‘The Fighting Fairy Woman of Bodmin’: Storytelling around the Museum of Witchcraft, Helen Cornish, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures

Museum Europe: Negotiating Heritage, Sharon Macdonald, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures

Culture, Identity, Difference: Developing a Museum-based Anthropology Education Resource for Pre-university Students, Paul Basu, Simon Coleman, Anthropology in Action

The Journey of Tunisian Ethnographic Museum from Colonial to Post-Revolutionary (1936-2015), Virginie Rey, Anthropology of the Middle East

Cette relation imaginaire qui fait le style: Essai sur l’art islamique et le style ethnique, Anie Montigny, Anthropology of the Middle East

Who Is a Victim of Communism?: Gender and Public Memory in the Sighet Museum, Romania, Alina Haliliuc, Aspasia

Kate Atkinson’s Family Romance: Missing Mothers and Hidden Histories in Behind the Scenes at the Museum, Sinead McDermott, Critical Survey

Sociology, Primitivism and Museums The Museology of George Henri Rivière, Follower of Marcel Mauss, Raymond de la Rocha Mille, Durkheimian Studies

Comic Art in Museums and Museums in Comic Art, Michael D. Picone, European Comic Art

High Comics Art: The Louvre and the Bande Dessinée, Margaret C. Flinn, European Comic Art

The Jewish Museum in Prague During the Second World War, Leo Pavlát, European Judaism

Mokum is Home: Amsterdam’s Jewish Historical Museum, Robin Ostow, European Judaism

“Plunging the Soul into Contemplation”: On MoMA’s Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes, Nicole C. Rudolph, French Politics, Culture & Society

The Musée du Quai Branly: Art? Artifact? Spectacle!, Herman Lebovics, French Politics, Culture & Society

Collecting Communism: Private Museums of Everyday Life under Socialism in Former East Germany, Jonathan Bach, German Politics & Society

Sounds of the Apocalypse: Preserving Cold War Memories in Ulrich Horstmann’s Radio Play Die Bunkermann-Kassette, Gerrit K. Roessler, German Politics & Society

Girl Museum: a Global Project, Ashley E. Remer, Girlhood Studies

Must Museums Be Inclusive?, Maleuvre Didier, Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society

The “Moving” Image: Empathy and Projection in the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, Simine Silke Arnold-de, Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society

The Transnational Turn Meets the Educational Turn: Engaging and Educating Adolescents in History Museums in Europe, Kaiser Wolfram, Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society

Walking Memory: Berlin’s “Holocaust Trail”, Di Bella Maria Pia, Journeys

The Russian Avant-Garde, Maiakovskii, and the Maiakovskii Museum, Andrew A. Gentes, Journeys

Representing Wildlife Management: Sustainable Hunting Narratives at the International Wildlife Museum, Nels Paulson, Nature and Culture

Urban Park Restoration and the “Museumification” of Nature, Paul H. Gobster, Nature and Culture

A Working Model of a Sacred Place: Exhibits Appearing in Dreams and Other Miracles in a Small Museum at the Edge of the WorldElena V. Liarskaya, Anna Kushkova, Sibirica

Rewriting the Script: Te Papa Tongarewa the Museum of New Zealand, Amiria Henare, Social Analysis

Transforming Museums and Heritage in Postcolonial and Post-Apartheid South Africa: The Impact of Processes of Policy Formulation and New Legislation, Gerard Corsane, Social Analysis

The New Porsche Museum, Kurt Möser, Transfers

The Migrant Experience: The Red Star Line Museum, Torsten Feys, Transfers