Items where Subject is "V323 Family History"

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Article

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

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

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

Shepherd, Jade (2019) Life for the Families of the Victorian Criminally Insane. The Historical Journal . ISSN 0018-246X

Book Section

Corry, Maya (2018) Delight in Painted Companions: Shaping the Soul from Birth in Early Modern Italy. In: Domestic Devotions in Early Modern Italy. Brill, pp. 310-341. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Corry, Maya, Faini, Marco and Meneghin, Alessia (2018) Domestic Devotions in Early Modern Italy. In: Domestic Devotions in Early Modern Italy. Intersections . Brill. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Conference or Workshop contribution

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.

Edited book and Authored books

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

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

Event, Show or Exhibition

Corry, Maya (2017) Madonnas & Miracles: the Holy Home in Renaissance Italy. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

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