Historical reenactments are an interesting case in point to examine how practices of doing history and doing gender are linked.
Abstract: This paper examines how hegemonic ideologies and discourses shape public representations of ancient history, including in popular culture. Ideally speaking, classroom practices need to foster critical engagement with various… Read More ›
The show “Yellowstone”‘s overall storylines tend to reproduce the hegemonic narrative of settler colonialism.
Given the increased popularity of VR to provide access to the past, the discourse about its potentials and challenges needs to be intensified
Can fan archiving offer a unique entry point to understanding and preserving the historical dimensions of our present era?
Public History sites often promise that visitors will be able to ‘experience history’, which has repeatedly been criticized.
Historical and popular culture play an important role in our understanding of the past and in the ways in which we remember and use it.