- Author:Hilda Kean,Paul Martin,Sally J. Morgan
- Publisher:Francis Boutle Publishers (December 31, 2000)
- Pages:193 pages
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Hilda Kean is a British historian, former Dean and Director of Public History at Ruskin College, Oxford, and an honorary . 2000) Seeing History: Public History in Britain Now, Francis Boutle, ed with Paul Martin, Sally J. Morgan.
2000) Seeing History: Public History in Britain Now, Francis Boutle, ed with Paul Martin, Sally J. 1999) Ruskin College: Contesting Knowledge, Dissenting Politics, Lawrence and Wishart, ed with Geoff Andrews, Jane Thompson. 1998) Animal Rights: Political and Social Change in Britain since 1800, Reaktion Books. 1990) Deeds not Words: The Lives of Suffragette Teachers, Pluto Press. 1990) Challenging the State?
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Seeing History: Public History in Britain Now, Ed. by Hilda Kean, Paul Martin and Sally Morgan, London, 2000
Seeing History: Public History in Britain Now, Ed. by Hilda Kean, Paul Martin and Sally Morgan, London, 2000. Public History’ as a Vocation. Public history is treated as a specific type of historical judgment and historical practice, thus the analysis of ‘public history’ covers cognitive aspects as well as social ones.
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History of London, public history, museums, archaeology and history, presenting and re-presenting history. Kean, Hilda, Martin, Paul & Morgan, Seeing history: Public history in Britain Now. Sally . (eds).
Hilda Kean, Paul Martin
Hilda Kean, Paul Martin.
The first international public history conference was held in Britain at Ruskin College, Oxford, in September .
The first international public history conference was held in Britain at Ruskin College, Oxford, in September 2005, with the title ‘People and their Pasts . In earlier years Ruskin public history. At the same time, some recent university conferences in Britain had been held with the titles of ‘Historians and their Publics’ or ‘History and the Public’ in which the stress had been on communicating history as a given body of knowledge by academically trained historians to ‘the public’. 3 Such frameworks concentrate on the form and nature of transmission, rather than explore the.
Hilda's work focuses on public and cultural history and history and presentation of non-human animals. 2000 ed with Paul Martin, Sally Morgan, Seeing History. Public History in Britain Now, Francis Boutle. She is currently writing a book on animals on the Home Front in Britain during the Second World War for the University of Chicago Press. Chapters in handbooks on public history are due to be published by Sage Press and Oxford University Press in 2015. 1999 ed with Geoff Andrews, Jane Thompson, Ruskin College:Contesting Knowledge, Dissenting Politics, Lawrence and Wishart.
Hilda Kean, Paul Martin and Sally J. Morgan, e. Rob Davies is a photographer who studied at Newport College of Art, working in Magnum co-founder David Hurn’s renowned documentary photography course
Hilda Kean, Paul Martin and Sally J. Rob Davies is a photographer who studied at Newport College of Art, working in Magnum co-founder David Hurn’s renowned documentary photography course. His practice focuses on landscape and architecture, both permanent and temporary.
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