The thing about museums: How English museums illustrate the problem with the contemporary historical exhibit

July 2010 Throughout recent history, England has probably extended its reach to more countries than any other colonizing nation. In fact, at the height of its imperial regime, England controlled a quarter of the world’s population. Under the guise of science, anthropology, religious missions and military exploration, the English crown changed the history of hundreds… Read More The thing about museums: How English museums illustrate the problem with the contemporary historical exhibit