edited by Graham Dawson
The papers collected in this publication were originally delivered at the Centre's Launch Symposium on Memory, Narrative and Histories held at the University of Brighton on 6th December 2008.
Invited to provide a personal overview of recent trends, current debates, and new trajectories within their field the five authors whose papers are collected here have taken various approaches to translating their spoken paper into publishable writing, all embracing the ethos of this new series.
Contents and Introduction: Graham Dawson
Chapter One: Hilda Kean, Thinking about people and Public History
Introduction to Working Papers Series 1 [pdf 162.0 KB]
Hilda Kean, Thinking about people and Public History. [pdf 89.1 KB]
Andrew Flinn, Archives and their communities: Collecting histories, challenging heritage [pdf 116.2 KB]
Dorothy Sheridan, Possession: Tensions in the creation, care and use of archives, with reference to Mass Observation.
Margaretta Jolly, Oral history, life history, life writing: The logic of convergence. [pdf 257.6 KB]
Carrie Hamilton, Cultural memory and the emotions: Exploring the connections. [pdf 255.5 KB]
WPMNH2.Brighton20Bomb.online.pdf at the University of Brighton.