Public history review [electronic resource]
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- Online Access:
- Archived at ANL
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- Publisher site
- Broadway, NSW : UTSePress, 2006-
- PANDORA electronic collection
- Technical Details:
- Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Available at:http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/ojs/index.php/phrj
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'Public History Review is concerned with nature and forms of public history : with ideas as to what constitutes the 'public' in history making, with the means by which history is communicated to a range of audiences and with the ways in which the past operates in the present. The journal provides a forum for historians working heritage, museums, government departments, the media, schools, as freelances and in other areas of the culture to pursue issues and reflect on practice, comment on historical representations or extend our knowledge of public history as a field of study. Contributions from others such as archaeologists, conservation and landscape architects and curators on history-related matters are also encouraged. The journal also aims to engage academic historians more fully with the concerns of the public and public history work. It also seeks to articulate creative tensions between theory and practice.'
- Title from title screen (viewed on 29 March 2006)
- ISSN registration 00 20060322
- Selected for archiving
- Life Dates:
- Vol. 12 (2006)-
- Other authors/contributors:
- University of Technology, Sydney. Australian Centre for Public History
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