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The public history reader / edited by Hilda Kean and Paul Martin
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2013
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  D16.163 .P85 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Public history
Public history -- Philosophy
Public historians
Physical Description 348 pages ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 341-342) and index
Contents Part I. Introduction: The Past In The Present : Who Is Making History? / by Paul Martin -- Theatres of Memory / Raphael Samuel -- The Presence of the Past : Popular Uses of History in American Life / Roy Rosenzweig and David Thelen -- Heritage from below : class, social protest and resistance / Iain Robertson -- Use and Abuse of Australian History / Graeme Davison -- Taking History to Heart : The Power of the Past in Building Social Movements / James Green -- Making History : The Historian and Uses of the Past / Jorma Kalela -- Forty years of conflict : state, Church and spontaneous representation of massacres and murder in Guatemala / Matthew J. Taylor and Michael K. Steinberg -- Part II. Introduction: Materials and approaches to making history / by Hilda Kean -- Evocative Objects : Things We Think With / Sherry Turkle -- London Stories : Personal Lives, Public Histories / Hilda Kean -- The Trade Union Badge : Material Culture In Action / Paul Martin -- The future of preserving the past / Daniel Cohen -- Critical Cloth / Deborah Dean and Rhiannon Williams -- History at the Crossroads : Australians and the Past / Paul Ashton and Paula Hamilton -- Part III. Introduction: Intangible and Tangible History / by Paul Martin -- The Cult of Happiness : Nianhua, Art, and History in Rural North China / James A. Flath -- "Under the same roof" : separate stories of Long Kesh/the Maze / Cahal McLaughlin -- Town : creating and curating the District Six Museum / Sandra Prosalendis, Jennifer Marot, Crain Soudien and Anwah Nagia -- Golconda : Our Voices, our Lives / Lawrence Scott -- Something Borrowed, Something New : History and the Waitangi tribunal / Michael Belgrave -- Creating Memories, Building Identities : The politics of memory in the Black Atlantic / Alan Rice
Series Routledge readers in history
Alternate Author Kean, Hilda
Martin, Paul, 1959-

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