Vol 17 (2010)

This issue of Public History Review is based on a number of the papers presented at an international colloquia, 'New Directions in Public History', which was held at the University of Technology, Sydney in September 2010. (More of the papers will be published in a future edition of the journal.) The volume was edited by Paul Ashton and Louisa Di Bartolomeo.

Table of Contents

Articles (refereed)

Introduction: Going Public PDF
Paul Ashton 1-15
There is no ‘I’ in Team: Reflections on Team-Based Content Development at the National Museum of Australia PDF
Guy Hansen 16-33
Though This be Madness: Heritage Methods for Working in Culturally Diverse Communities PDF
John Petersen 34-51
Trust, Risk and Public History: A View from the United States PDF
James B. Gardner 52-61
Talking About History: A Case for Oral Historiography PDF
Anna Clark 62-76
Reanimating Lost Landscapes: Bringing Visualisation to Aboriginal History PDF
Peter Read 77-88
Sydney's Past, History's Future: The Dictionary of Sydney PDF
Lisa Murray, Emma Grahame 89-111