Items where Subject is "V Historical and Philosophical studies > V323 Family History"

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Bell, Erin (2011) Television and memory: history programming and contemporary identities. Image [&] Narrative, 12 (2). ISSN UNSPECIFIED

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Crawford, Sally and Lewis, Carenza (2009) Childhood studies and the Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past. Childhood in the Past, 1 . pp. 5-16. ISSN 1758-5716

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Gray, Ann and Bell, Erin (2012) History on television. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415580380, 9780415580397, 9780203074800

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Henesey, Alison (2004) Routes to your roots: mapping your mining past. National Coal Mining Museum for England, Overton, Wakefield. ISBN 1872925081

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Lewis, Carenza (2009) Children's play in the later medieval countryside. Childhood in the Past, 2 (1). pp. 86-108. ISSN 1758-5716

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Ranyard, Diane (2017) Respectability, shame and allegations of extra marital crimes in the Divorce Court of England and Wales, 1909 -1923. In: Rethinking Gender: New Perspectives and Future Directions, 10th June 2017, The Bedford Centre for the History of Women, Royal Holloway, University of London.

Ranyard, Diane (2019) 'This part-day sitting has been termed the "matinee".': Entertainment, spectacle and the shaming ritual of the Divorce Court. In: Annual History Lab Postgraduate Conference: Entertainment, politics and culture: Perspectives on a historical relationship, 6th June 2018, Institute of Historical Research, London.

Ranyard, Diane (2019) ‘…this part-day sitting has been termed the “matinee”.’: Publicity, and the shaming ritual of the Divorce Court of England and Wales in the 1920s and 30s. In: 20s30s Network: Workshops Series 'Publics@, 18th-19th May 2018, Bishopsgate Institute and King's College, London.

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