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Richard's Story- Popular Presentations of the Past

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Emily Poole

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Transcript of Richard's Story- Popular Presentations of the Past

Aims

1. Create an online resource
2. Engaging for audeience
3. Make it personal
4. Merge real and virtual


Project Brief
Truro Cathedral Centenary
Individual story
People, not statistics
Roll of Honour


Brief & Aims
Representation
Historical Trust
Sensitivity
Entwining of Past and Modernity
Exclusion
Micro Perspective
"Placing lived experience at the centre" (Szijarto, 2002)
Research Process
Lt. Richard Charles Graves- Sawle
Born 1888 into a military family
2nd division, Coldstream Guards
Married Muriel
Killed by sniper's bullet to the head
Diary ends on day he died
at home left his parents, wife and sister's Hyacinth and Rosemary
Popular Presentations
of the Past
1914
2014
“the prime function of memory, then, is not to preserve the past but to adapt it so as to enrich and manipulate the present”


Jill Liddington, ‘What Is Public History? Publics and Their Pasts, Meanings and Practices’,
Oral History
, Vol.30 (2002)
Primary Research
“opening up of a new space for the extension of learning”
Cornwall Records Office
National Archives at Kew
St Austell
Robert Darnton,
The New Age of Book
, 1999
Adaptability
“lay back, let it happen, try out different ideas”
Cindy Little, 2003
Richard Charles Graves- Sawle
Rear Admiral
Sir Charles John

1851-1932

Constance
Mary Daniel

1860-1942

Joan Rosemary

1890-1972

Hyacinth Constance

1895-1936
Lt Richard Charles

1888-1914

(married Muriel 1914)


Accessibility
"History in public space…” “the public” is a term that can encompass a number of possible constituencies, distinguished from each other by age, class, ethnicity, locality and educational attainment but also their willingness to engage at any particular moment with the complexities of nuanced historical interpretation."


Madge Dresser, ‘Politics, Populism, and Professionalism: Reflections on the Role of the Academic Historian in the Production of Public History',
The Public Historian
, 2002
Reach a larger audience
More inclusive- audience empowered?
Just one story amongst many
Modern media as new platforms for public history
Enduring
Online archive
Association
Not necessarily a Cornish history, but audience can use for own cultural capital
Internet enables collective remembrance that is less restrictive
Digital Micro- History
“(association) is one of the fundamental ways in which memories become collective; each one of us can associate ourselves with other peoples ‘experience’."
(Svetlana Boym, 2001)
Outcomes
1. Online exhibition (developed from current one)
Conclusion
Access
Primary Research
Secondary Research
Richard's Story
Personal
Experience

Audience
Representation
Acknowledgements
We would like to thank:
Truro Cathedral & Kirsten Gordon, Cornwall Records Office & Chloe Phillips, Byony, Garry & Cornish Story
Courtesy of CRO
Courtesy of CRO
Courtesy of CRO
Courtesy of The National Archives, Kew
Courtesy of The National Archives, Kew
To be continued...
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