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MUSEUM International digital archives

MUSEUM International is an incomparable source of documentation for national and international museum programmes and their history. The review also provides a documentary background for museum study curricula. Its digital archives web site permits free sharing of cultural resources for the construction of a knowledge society.

The MUSEUM International archives are available in three languages: English (1948-1999), French (1948-1999) and Spanish (1980-2000).
The Spanish eJournal is available from 2002 until today.
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