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The Dymock Poets and public history

This blog has on more than one occasion explored various aspects of what we might understand as public history. Just recently, for instance, we posted on Selma, on the role of war memorialisation in the making and maintain […]

  Conferences 6 May 2015  

Remembrance of Casualties of the Great War

Rob Taylor, a recent Masters Graduate here at Gloucestershire, maintains his own blog, but has given us permission to reproduce this post about war memorials in the county for Rembererance Sunday. With the centenary of the Great War […]

  Modern 9 November 2014