Art, Collaboration and Multi-Sensory Approaches in Public Microhistory: Journey with Absent Friends

Jessica Hammett, Ellie Harrison, Laura King

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Abstract

In this article we reflect upon the many advantages of collaborations between academic historians and artists, as a method for presenting our work, communicating with different audiences and, most importantly, beginning conversations which cause us to think about our research in new and creative ways. We argue that collaboration allows us to rethink the boundaries of expertise, it opens up both historical knowledge and the process of knowledge creation to different audiences in more egalitarian ways, and it provides innovative ways of doing historical research.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)246
Number of pages269
JournalHistory Workshop Journal
Volume89
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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