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Ashton, Paul

People and their Pasts

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: People and their Pasts and Public History Today
Hilda Kean, Paul Ashton

Section 1. The Making of History

2. Connecting with History: Australians and their Pasts
Paul Ashton, Paula Hamilton

3. Usable Pasts: Comparing Approaches to Popular and Public History
Bernard Eric Jensen

4. The Past as a Public Good: The US National Park Service and ‘Cultural Repair’ in Post-Industrial Places
Cathy Stanton

5. Shades of Grey: Public History and Government in New Zealand
Bronwyn Dalley

Section 2. Presenting the Past in Place and Space

6. ‘Garden of Gratitude’: The National Memorial Arboretum and Strategic Remembering
Paul Gough

7. Re-enacting the Wars of the Roses: History and Identity
Meghan O’Brien Backhouse

8. Creating New Pasts in Museums: Planning the Museum of London’s Modern London Galleries
Darryl McIntyre

9. ‘Monument Mania’? Public Space and the Black and Asian Presence in the London Landscape
John Siblon

10. Museum Theatre: Children’s Reading of ‘First Person Interpretation’ in Museums
Vasiliki Tzibazi

Section 3. Material Culture, Memory and Public Histories

11. A Nation’s Moment and a Teacher’s Mark Book: Interconnecting Personal and Public Histories
Hilda Kean, Brenda Kirsch

12. Absent Fathers, Present Histories
Martin Bashforth

13. ‘Memoryscape’: Integrating Oral History, Memory and Landscape on the River Thames
Toby Butler

14. Expanding the Archive: The Role of Family History in Exploring Connections Within a Settler’s World
Mary Stewart

15. Harry Jacobs: The Studio Photographer and the Visual Archive
Jon Newman

Keywords: History, Historiography and Method, Cultural History, Cultural and Media Studies, general, Imperialism and Colonialism, Social History, Cultural Heritage

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
318 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230234468
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-36109-0

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