Flashcards in Historiography: Give the name to the idea Deck (52):
Remaking history: the past in contemporary historical fictions (Routledge, 2015),
Jerome de Groot
‘Historical Fiction and the Future of Academic History’
‘British Cinema and Thatcherism’,
true and false invention?
Adapting Wolf Hall for TV: how I played historical guessing game
Why You Should Care That Selma Gets LBJ Wrong:
How long? Not long’: Selma, Martin Luther King
and civil rights narratives
RICHARD H. KING
‘The Long Civil Rights Movement and the Political Uses of
Jacqueline Dowd Hall’s
Editorial: History in the graphic novel
Hugo Frey & Benjamin Noys
Madness or Modernity?: The Holocaust in Two
Anglo-American Comics -
'Who do you think you are? Family history and British Television'
‘Reality, Identity and Empathy: The Changing Face of Social History Television’, Journal of Social History, 39:3 (2006), 843-858
David Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig
‘Blogging as Popular History Making, Blogs as Public History: A Singapore Case Study’, Public History Review, 14 (2007), 64-79.
Times Literary Supplement on Holocaust Comics?
The King’s Speech: Good Movie, Bad History
Who Do You Think You Are? Historical Television
'The Whig Interpretation of History' (1831)
, 'Two Cheers for the Whig Interpretation of History'
History and Policy
Reid, A., Szreter, S.,
Review of The History Manifesto...
(Berridge, 'Review' (2015)
The Limits of Synthesis
The student-as-consumer approach in higher education and its effects on academic performance
Louise Bunce, Amy Baird, and Siân E. Jones.
, 'Is Medieval History Relevant?
‘The Uses and Abuses of History: The End of the Cold War and Soviet Collapse’
From Corbyn to Trump: Welcome to the politics of nostalgia’
How Brexiteers appealed to voters’ nostalgia
History and the Politics of Nostalgia
Marcos Piason Natali
'The London 2012 Olympic
Games Opening Ceremony:
History answers back'
, Daily Mail review of the Olympic Opening Ceremony
The Past Within Us: Media, Memory, History (London, 2005), Chapter 1: The Past is Dead
Educating the Nation(s): History, Identity and Citizenship after Devolution (2014)
Dr Andrew Mycock, Dr Catherine McGlynn,
, ‘Privatising the Past? History and Education Policy in the 1990s’, British Journal of Education Studies, Vol. 45, No. 1 (1997), pp. 69-82.
, ‘The Future Uses of History’, History Workshop Journal, Vol. 75 (2013), pp. 125-145.
, 'History Matters: History's Role in Health Policy Making', Medical History, Vol. 52 (2008).
A case study of History and Policy Engagement:
A case study of History and Policy Engagement: dolly jorgensen
Scathing review of history manifesto
History and Policy w.site case stufy
History and Policy Case Study: Helen McCarthy
The Myth of Nations (2002):
The Wonderfulness of Us: the Tory Interpretation of Whig History’, London Review of Books, Vol. 33, No. 6 (2011), pp. 9-12. [online]
Richard J. Evans, ‘
‘In defence of applied history: History and Policy Website’, Policy Papers, History and Policy Website (2006),
Lincoln and Historical Accuracy
An interview on popular history with someone famous...
Sir Ian Kershaw
books as fiction...a good thing?
Umberto Ecco, the Name of the Rose
The Historical Novel
Jermone de Groot,
The Historical Novel - skeleton
Guide to the Best Historical Novels and Tales (1902)
The Other Boleyn Girl...and a review?
Phillipa Gregory /Alison Wier
A Contract with God/Review
Peter Schjeldahl on 'A Contract with God', Will Eisner