Memoryscape: integrating oral history, memory and landscape on the river Thames

Book chapter


Butler, Toby 2008. Memoryscape: integrating oral history, memory and landscape on the river Thames. in: Ashton, Paul and Keen, Hilda (ed.) People and their Pasts: Public History Today Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 223-239
AuthorsButler, Toby
EditorsAshton, Paul and Keen, Hilda
Abstract

This book chapter investigates the ways in which place and mobility have become major concerns for geographers and historians interested in narrating place. It outlines the ways in which oral history recordings were used to curate an oral history walking trail and examines the process of weaving the author’s own personal journey into the recording.

Keywordsmemory; cultural geography; oral history; practice-based multimedia
Book titlePeople and their Pasts: Public History Today
Page range223-239
Year2008
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Publication dates
PrintDec 2008
Publication process dates
Deposited24 Nov 2009
ISBN978-0230546691
978-1137285904
Web address (URL)http://www.palgrave.com/Products/title.aspx?pid=280244
http://hdl.handle.net/10552/399
Additional information

Citation:
Butler T. (2009), ‘Memoryscape: integrating oral history, memory and landscape on the river Thames’. In Paul Ashton and Hilda Kean (Eds): People and their Pasts: Public History Today, Palgrave Macmillan 223-239.

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