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  1. Key Reference Books 19 items
    1. People and Their Pasts: Public History Today - Kean, Hilda, Ashton, Paul 2008 (electronic resource)

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    2. The engaging museum - Graham Black 2005

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    3. A concise history of Cornwall - Bernard Deacon 2007 (Hardcover)

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    4. Culture on Display - Bella Dicks January 1, 2004 (Hardcover)

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    5. The heritage reader - Fairclough, Graham 2008

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    6. Understanding the politics of heritage - Harrison, Rodney 2010

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    7. Museum revolutions: museums and change - Watson, Sheila E. R., Macleod, Suzanne, Knell, Simon J. 2007 (electronic resource)

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    8. A companion to museum studies - Macdonald, Sharon 2006 (electronic resource)

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    9. Cornwall: a history - Payton, Philip J. 2004

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    10. The oral history reader - Perks, Robert, Thomson, Alistair 2006

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    11. Museum Texts - Louise Ravelli January 20, 2006

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    12. Exhibit labels - Beverly Serrell 1996

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    13. Museums and their communities - Watson, Sheila 2007 (electronic resource)

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    14. Museum Activism - Robert R. Janes, Richard Sandell 2019

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  2. Seminar readings: Term One 40 items
    1. Week 1 What is public history, The work placement 4 items
    2. Week 2 The power and politics of representation: Key concepts and debates 2 items
    3. Week 3 The origin of the museum. What is ‘cultural value’? – Nation treasures. 4 items
    4. Week 4 New museology and debates in contemporary practice. Whose Heritage? 5 items
    5. Week 5 Analysing Exhibitions 4 items
    6. Week 6 Producing history: Interpreting the past. Balancing tangible and intangible evidence 4 items
      1. Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions [IN] The heritage reader - R. Layton

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      2. Heritage that Hurts: Interpretaion in a postmodern world [IN] The heritage reader - D. Uzzell, R. Ballatyne

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      3. Presenting Archaeology to the Public, Then and Now: An introduction [IN] The heritage reader - J.H. Jameson Jr.

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      4. More than Just “Telling the Story” Interpretive narrative archaeology [IN] The heritage reader - J.P. McCarthy

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    7. Week 7 Consuming history: visitors and audiences. Access, education and ‘infotainment’ 4 items
    8. Week 8 From the universal to the local: museum ethics, rights and repatriation. Repatriation – a case study 4 items
    9. Week 9 Contentious museums. Displaying the dead 4 items
    10. Week 10 Controlling history: International designation and funding 3 items
      1. Heritage Management, Theory and Practice [IN] The heritage reader - J. Schofield

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      2. World Heritage [IN] Understanding the politics of heritage - I. Donnachie

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    11. Week 11 Concluding lecture and Christmas Placements 2 items
  3. Seminar Readings: Term Two 25 items
    1. Week 1 Historians in public 3 items
      1. History on trial: my day in court with David Irving - Deborah E. Lipstadt 2006

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    2. Week 2 Historians and policy 5 items
      1. History and Policy - Francis J. Gavin 2008

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    3. Week 3 The right kind of history? History in schools 3 items
    4. Week 4 Rural and natural landscapes 2 items
    5. Week 5 Historical Pageants and local history 2 items
      1. Clips from Reel Injun [DVD] 2009

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    6. Week 6 Individual legacies 2 items
    7. Week 7 Global heritage 3 items
    8. Week 8 Urban pasts: world cities 5 items
    9. Week 9 Historical Fiction 0 items
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