List of Figures List of Tables Case Studies Acknowledgments 1. History beyond the Classroom 2. Museums, Archives and Heritage Centres 3. Methods of Communication in Public History 4. Media History 5. Digital Media 6. Community History 7. Teaching History 8. Restoration and Preservation 9. Policy, Politics and History 10. Beyond History 11. The Future of Public History Glossary Bibliography Index
An updated and expanded edition of a book which examines what historians can do beyond the classroom, presenting the complete range of skills required to work within and even outside public history.
Faye Sayer is Senior Lecturer in Public History and Community Archaeology at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. She has published major articles on community heritage and worked for some of the UK's most significant heritage organizations, including English Heritage, The Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Museum of London. She has been involved in public heritage projects around the world, including in the USA, Europe, and Australia, and she is also a well-known, former Time Team archaeologist.