[Read] ➫ Doing History in the Age of Downton Abbey: Journal of British Cinema and Television, Volume 16, Issue 1 By Julie Anne Taddeo – Tactical-player.co.uk

Doing History in the Age of Downton Abbey: Journal of British Cinema and Television, Volume 16, Issue 1 As Representations Of History, Period Dramas Perform Serious Work, And Can Be Used To Discuss Both Historical And Contemporary Issues Voting Rights, War And Trauma, Reproductive Rights The Contributors Challenge The Narrow View Of Period Drama TV As Conservative Nostalgia Through Sharing Their Experiences With These Series As Consultants, Bloggers And Public Speakers They Suggest Ways In Which Historians Can Navigate The Boundaries Between Academic And Public History


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1 thoughts on “Doing History in the Age of Downton Abbey: Journal of British Cinema and Television, Volume 16, Issue 1

  1. says:

    An interesting collection of articles on the subject All have been well researched and provide lists of supporting source material should the reader wish to continue reading around the subject.


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