The Impact of History?
Driven by the increasing importance of discussions around 'impact' and its meaning and implications for history, The Impact of History? brings together established and new voices to raise relevant questions, issues and controversies for debate. The chapters are articulated around the themes of public history, the politics of history, the role of history in the shaping of learning and the situation of history in the changing world of education. While this subject is driven differently by the research bodies and councils of different countries, similar debates about the value and place of the academy in society are taking place in the UK, the USA and Europe as well as in other parts of the world.
Chapters cover diverse areas of history from this perspective including:
- public history
- national histories
- new technologies and the natural sciences
- campaigning histories
- the impact agenda.
Ramos Pinto, Pedro and Bertrand Taithe. The Impact of History? Histories and the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century. Routledge, 2015.