Ruskin, Radicalism and Raphael Samuel: Politics, Pedagogy and the Origins of the History Workshop
Despite the profound impact that the History Workshop Movement has had on the postwar British historiographical tradition, the circumstances of the History Workshop�s founding have received surprisingly little scholarly attention. Rather, the bulk of published work has tended to focus on the broader place of the Workshop, or on specific elements such as the rise of the feminist voice in the Workshop community, or the Workshop�s efforts to bring together forms of historical or historically...[Show more]
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