This work arose from considerations of the relationship between Public History and the newly marketized UK University sector, mainly through focussing on the skills and impact agenda – neoliberalism on the ground.
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History is everywhere – but it is not always easy to perceive it. A sharpened view is needed as the example of the "stamp" illustrates. Stamps are in fact an ideal window into history.
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