Sport, History, and Heritage: Studies in Public Representation

Sport, History, and Heritage: Studies in Public Representation

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781843837886
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer, Limited
Publication date: 11/15/2012
Series: Heritage Matters Series , #10
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Emeritus Professor of Historical and Culltural Studies, De Montfort University, Leicester

Director of the National Football Museum, Manchester

Director of Heritage Consultancy Services

Table of Contents

Sport, History and Heritage: an investigation into the Public Representation of Sport - Editors' General Introduction - Jeffrey Hill and Kevin Moore and Jason WoodSport, History, and Imagined Pasts - Jeffrey HillDiscredited class-war fable or priceless promotional asset? The duality of Rugby Union's William Webb Ellis foundation myth - Jed SmithCricket Writing, Heritage and Ideology - Anthony BatemanFootball and the Fine Arts: The Football Association Art Competition and Exhibition, 1953 - Ray Physick'It's Nice to Belong': Boxing, Heritage and Community in London - Neil Skinner and Matthew TaylorTelevision and the 'Austerity Games': London 1948 - Tim O'SullivanSport in Museums and Museums of Sport: an Overview - Kevin MooreThe Everton Collection: Unlocking the value of national football archive - Max DunbarCulture, Commerce, Capitalism and Commemoration: Dmitri Piterman and the Alavés Football Museum - Santiago De Pablo and John K. WaltonReplacing the Divots: Guarding Britain's Golfing Heritage - Wray VamplewUpping Our Game: The New Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum - Honor GodfreySurvivals and Legacies: Sport, Heritage and Identity - Jason WoodAnfield: Relocating Liverpool's Spiritual Home - Andrea Titterington and Stephen DoneThe Canonisation of Common People: Memorialisation and Commemoration in Football - Mike McGuinnessHeritage, Culture and Identity: The Case of Gaelic Games - David StoreyOlympic Heritage: an International Legacy. The Invention of the Modern Olympic Stadium from Coubertin to 1948 - Daphné BolzThe Indianapolis 500: Making the Pilgrimage to the 'Yard of Bricks' - Jean WilliamsAfterword: Heritage and History in Sport - Richard Holt

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