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Volume 22 (1995-96)

Conference Papers

  • Coxall, Helen: Resistant Readings: It is what you say and the way that you say it
  • Caulton, Tim: Hands on or Hands off? The role of interactive exhibits within traditional museum galleries
  • McManus, Paulette: Approaches to evaluation in preliminary assessment studies
  • Millard, John: Art History and half-baked gimmicks

Articles

  • White, Helen: Kids – what can you do? A North East Childhood at Tyne and Wear Museums
  • Harland, Lucy: All muffined out: a journey through the looking glass
  • Vamplew, Wray: Sports History, Sports Myths and Sports Museums
  • Tyler, Jayne: Sporting Life
  • Rumsby, John: Military Medals for Social Historians
Volume 21 (1994)

Conference Papers

  • Ormrod, David: Historians, Objects and Evidence … What Objects?
  • Ross, Cathy: Watching the Curators
  • Mastoris, Steph: The Dollypeg’s Offspring: in search of objects from post-war Britain for museum reminiscence work

Articles

  • Suggitt, Mark: Doctors in Taste?
  • Van Lakerweld, Carry: Sensitivities on Display: dealing with controversial subjects in a museological context
  • Merriman, Nick: The Peopling of London
  • Digger, Jo: The People’s Show: one strategy towards the democratic museum
  • Francis, Robin: The People’s Show – a critical analysis
  • Edwards Hazel: Follow the banner: interpreting trade union history
  • Copp, Chris: Research Popular Culture: a case study – Boxing Harborough
Volume 20 (1993)

Conference Papers

  • Arnold, Ken: Object Lessons from 17th Century Museums?
  • Durrans, Brian: A Box of Tricks: Collecting as Magic
  • Kavanagh, Gaynor: The Future of Museum Social History
  • Hall, Michael: When the collecting has to stop, the disposing must begin!

Articles

  • Price, Stephen: What’s in a name? Birmingham’s Local History Department 1980-1990
  • Davies, Stuart: Stakeholders, Strategies and Social History: a case study
  • Adams, Nial: The Local Society Examined – the work of Coventry’s Social History section
  • Ross, Cathy: Great Idea, Even Better Execution?
Volume 19 (1992)
Articles
  • Porter, Roy: Social History – current trends
  • Robertshaw, Robert: From Houses into Homes: one approach to live interpretation
  • Macdonald, Sally: Your Place or Mine: or, are museums just for People like us?
  • Johnstone, Christine: Taking the Initiative – Black and Ethnic Minority History
  • Hasted, Rachel: “Recreating Memories”: portraits of Afro-Caribbean Lives in Haringey
  • Fleming, David: Approaching the Urban Environment
  • Frostick, Elizabeth: The Story of Hull and its people! A Measure of Success?
  • Clark, Helen and Marwick, Sandra: The People’s Story – moving on
  • Brown, Martyn: Museums in Rural Areas
  • Bird, Stephen: How can the social history curator respond to the demands of, and interpret the character of an environment dominated by an archaeological history?
Journal no 18: 1990-91
  • Labour History and heritage
  • The National Museum of Labour History
  • The Merseyside Museum of Labour History
  • The Manchester Jewish Museum
  • The Working Class Movement Library
  • The Portsea Island Co op Museum
  • The use of trade union emblems and banners in teaching
  • The rise of the fitted kitchen in Britain
  • New social history galleries at the Manx Museum
  • A leather bibliography
  • Hand it over – its mine! Which institutions should collect printed ephemera?
  • Sneinton revisited: further collections of contemporary advertising ephemera from Nottingham suburbs
  • Is there life and tradition yet?
  • British war memorials of WW1
  • An index to the SHCG Journal 1975-90
Journal no 17: 1989- 90
  • Reading the illegible
  • What is popular culture?
  • Household Catalogues as a source for social historians
  • The art of the people?
  • Glad Tidings – collecting contemporary Christmas cards
  • The Americanisation of the masses: cultural criticism, the national heritage and working class culture in the 1930s
  • How we used to live 1954-70: a travelling exhibition
  • Acid drops to acid house: in search of a post war perspective
  • Sport: good, clean fun?
  • Sex, violence and Soap: the media- aspects and influences
  • That’s entertainment: popular culture in Hull
  • A museum that saves lives: the Home Office Industrial Museum & its photographic archive
  • Searching for Standards: the Yorkshire and Humberside Industrial & Social History Collections Survey
  • Anti-Suffragism and Popular Culture
  • Housing and the Community: approaches to interpretation at the People’s Story, Edinburgh
  • Saddlery for all national: the work of the Walsall Leather Centre
  • The Museum of Transport, Glasgow
  • The People’s Story, Edinburgh: history presented with a  sense of reality
Journal no 16: 1988-89
  • The Social History of Childhood: planning new galleries at the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood
  • Reading list of recent literature on childhood and family life
  • Beyond Enid Blyton & the Famous Five: the changing meanings of childhood
  • Class, and Children’s Work and Play in London in the 1980s and 90s
  • The City Children Project at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
  • Not just a load of old baby clothes: some issues raised by children’s clothes
  • Tip cats, tops and other street toys from 17th Century Market Harborough
  • Getting started: educational activities for children
  • Why bother with children?
  • Catching them Young: activities for children at Mill Green Museum
  • Re-erection, restoration and interpretation: the Rhyd-y-car houses at the Welsh Folk Museum
  • Oakwell: a multi-disciplinary project in Kirklees
  • Farming Wives of Leicestershire & Northamptonshire 1918-1950
  • A reading list on domestic service
  • Suggestions towards a resource for an anti-racist social history museum
Journal no 15: 1987-88
  • You Really Can’t Do That! Problems of Interpretation in Social History
  • The Interpretation of Military Collections in British Museums of the 1980s
  • A delicious pageant of wedding fashion down the ages – clothes & Museums
  • Religion and museums – a peculiar Welsh experience
  • An Enchanted House – the Freud Museum, London
  • Ideology & the museum – a case of imperial propaganda
  • Whose history? – racism and censorship
  • Emigration – a human approach to it interpretation
  • Celebratory history
  • Reminiscence work and Edinburgh City Museums
  • An early response to the ‘History Museums in Britain’ survey
  • Sheffield Industry & Society
  • Plastics in museums
  • A short history of glass packaging
  • The Victorian wine service
  • Reading lists on steel making, plastics, glass
Journal no 14: 1986-87
  • Beyond Folk Life
  • Every home should have one? The Gadget Revolution
  • Ravensworth Terrace: research, reconstruction & interpretation
  • In the Kitchen: a contemporary documentary project
  • A reading list on domestic interiors
  • Recording a Workshop
  • Beyond a collecting policy: projects as policy at the Harborough Museum
  • Pre-empting the Dustbin: Collecting Contemporary Domestic Packaging
  • Memory Lane: Museums and the Practice of Oral History
  • The Norwich Plumbers’ Emblem
  • Hull’s Slough: Review of the new Slough Museum