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The debate on World War One goes on: Donkeys versus Heroes

July 1, 2014 by


A.W. Purdue in the THE summarises the current debate in Britain about how we might remember the First World War in a piece on ‘Collective Memory‘. (If ‘collective memory’ is the debates of professional historians.)

‘The Ash Cloud Revisited’: An oral history of the Ash Cloud

April 16, 2014 by

0 Barbara Gibson’s new project. Barbara is a graduate of RHUL’s MA Public History.

Exeter University Oral History Hub Seminar – The Man Who… Tour.

April 8, 2014 by


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New Researcher’s position

April 3, 2014 by


See Memories of Fiction job advert

Public Historians as referees

December 10, 2013 by


Originally posted on Stephanie de Rooij:
So, by now I have dropt the word ‘public history’ already quit a few times. You could define this master I follow, as a place where I learn pathways to broadcasting the past and equipping me with professional skills of historical interpretation and communication. But that is what today…

IHR Public History Seminar 15/05/2013 – Anniversaries and Narratives: Reflections on 1807/2007

May 14, 2013 by


The next IHR Public History seminar will take place on Wednesday (15/05/2013) at 17.30 in room G34 at Senate House. Dr Geoffrey Cubitt will be discussing ‘Anniversaries and Narrative: Reflections on 1807/2007’ For further details relating to this even please follow the link – IHR Public History Seminar