The right to the city is associated with possession of urban history. Is a public and inclusive historian practice possible to achieve this?
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The narratives of older adults in the Covid-19 pandemic draws attention to the need for amplification of voices in urban space.
A 1998 controversy about World War 2 led Switzerland to the creation of a unique oral history project called Archimob. Founded before widespread digitalization, the question is: What is left of it?
Debates over public history (公众史学) in China are the role of history and historians in the nation, or forms of participation. The discussion raises more questions about past in public sphere.
As progress, urbanization, economical growth transform China, its official and inofficial versions of history change rapidly, too. Public History in China. If history…