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History and heritage: consuming the past in contemporary culture


, : History and heritage: consuming the past in contemporary culture. History and heritage: consuming the past in contemporary culture: xvi + 248 pp.

Nineteen papers, originally presented at the conference Consuming the Past, University of York, 29 Nov-1 Dec 1996 are included, divided into four main parts: the popular past; the personal past; the political past; and the professional past. The papers address the divisions between history and heritage by looking at the ways in which people make use of the past.

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