Using History

Distiributed in the U.S.A. By Oxford University Press (2005)
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To travel round the world is to be reminded of the very public presence of history, of the past as issue and identity. Yet this is widely underrated. Using History is the first book to tackle public, non-academic history for the student and general reader. Furthermore, it does so from a truly global perspective as opposed to focusing on the traditional Western-dominated model.
Keywords History Philosophy  Public history
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Call number D16.8.B53 2005
ISBN(s) 0340888938
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