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  1. Week 1 - Introductory Lecture 5 items
    The following key texts support the seminars delivered throughout the module. They are purposefully broad in nature to set the scene
    1. Cultural heritage and prisoners of war: creativity behind barbed wire - Gillian Carr 2012

      Book Recommended Key work for understanding the heritage of prisoners of war

    2. The heritage of war - Bart Ziino 2011

      Book Recommended Key text for understanding how scholars approach war and heritage

  2. Week 2 - Lecture 1: The US Civil War, 1861-65 10 items
    1. Slavery by another name: the re-enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II - Douglas A. Blackmon 2009

      Book Background Another print copy of this title is on order and will be shelved at the same class number when in stock.

    2. The Civil War in 50 objects - Harold Holzer 2015

      Book Background

    3. Re-enactment 2 items
      Further reading for students interested in this aspect of heritage for their assessment
      1. National Identity, Re-enactment and Conflict: a usable past? - Adam I.P. Smith

        Chapter 

  3. Week 2 - Lecture 2: Women and War: Clara Barton, Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole and Vera Britain 15 items
    1. Mary Seacole: The Making of the Myth - Lynn McDonald 2014

      Book 

    2. Florence Nightingale: the woman and her legend - Mark Bostridge 2009

      Book 

    3. Vera Brittain: a life - Paul Berry, Mark Bostridge 2001

      Book 

    4. First World War nursing: new perspectives - Alison S. Fell, Christine E. Hallett 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    5. Gender and the Great War - Susan R. Grayzel 2017

      Book 

    6. Containing trauma: nursing work in the First World War - Christine E. Hallett c2009

      Book 

    7. Veiled warriors: Allied nurses of the First World War - Christine E. Hallett 2014

      Book 

    8. The American Red Cross from Clara Barton to the New Deal - Marian Moser Jones c2013

      Book 

    9. The women and war reader - Lois Ann Lorentzen, Jennifer E. Turpin 1998

      Book 

    10. Mary Seacole: the making of the myth - Lynn McDonald 2014

      Book 

    11. No place for ladies: the untold story of women in the Crimean War - Helen Rappaport 2008

      Book 

    12. Mary Seacole: the charismatic black nurse who became a heroine of the Crimea - Jane Robinson c2006

      Book 

    13. Women at the front: hospital workers in Civil War America - Jane E. Schultz c2004

      Book 

  4. Week 2 - Seminar: Are Computer Games Heritage? 2 items
  5. Week 3 - Lecture 1: The Crimean War, 1853-56 (0 items) 2 items
    1. The Crimean War: British grand strategy, 1853-56 - Andrew D. Lambert 1990

      Book 

  6. Week 3 - Lecture 2: The Battle of Solferino (1859) and the Frano-Prussian War (1870-71) 3 items
    1. The Second War of Italian Unification 1859-61 - Frederick C. Schneid 2012

      Book 

    2. The Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 - Stephen Badsey 2003

      Book 

  7. Week 3 - Seminar: War and Apps 3 items
    1. Outreach: innovative practices for archives and special collections - Kate Theimer 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Background includes chapters on other online and new media heritage activities including Mark Baggett, Rabia Gibbs and Alesha Shumar on '"Pin" pointing Success: Assessing the Value of Pinterest and Historypin for Special Collections Outreach; Sara Snyder, 'Wikipedia is Made of People!'; Jen Wolfe and Nicole Saylor, 'DIY History: Redesigning a Platform for a Transcription Crowdsourcing Initiative'.

  8. Week 4 - Lecture 1: The South Africa (Boer) War, 1899-1902 1 item
  9. Week 4 - Lecture 2: Humanitarianism and War - The Founding of the Red Cross Movement 13 items
    1. Champions of charity: war and the rise of the Red Cross - John F. Hutchinson 1996

      Book Recommended

    2. The International Committee of the Red Cross: a neutral humanitarian actor - David P. Forsythe, Barbara Ann J. Rieffer-Flanagan 2007

      Book Background

    3. The American Red Cross from Clara Barton to the New Deal - Marian Moser Jones c2013

      Book Recommended

    4. The Red Cross and the Holocaust - Jean-Claude Favez 1999

      Book Background

    5. Britain and the International Committee of the Red Cross, 1939-1945 - James Crossland 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Background e-Book version

    6. Warrior without weapons - Marcel Junod 1982

      Book Background

  10. Week 4 - Seminar: Literary and cinematic heritage 5 items
    1. Testament of Youth - James Kent

      Audio-visual document Essential

    2. Vera Brittain: a life 2008

      Book Background

  11. Week 5 - Lecture 1: The Holocaust 16 items
    1. Holocaust and the moving image: representations in film and television since 1933 - Toby Haggith, Joanna Newman 2005

      Book Essential

    2. Spielberg's Holocaust: critical perspectives on Schindler's list - Yosefa Loshitzky 1997

      Book Recommended

    3. Haunted images: film, ethics, testimony and the Holocaust - Libby Saxton 2008

      Book Background

    4. The world at war - Taylor Downing 2012

      Book Essential

    5. The Holocaust in American film - Judith E. Doneson 2002

      Book Recommended

    6. Holocaust and the moving image: representations in film and television since 1933 - Toby Haggith, Joanna Newman 2005

      Book Background

    7. The world at war - Jeremy Isaacs, Hugh Raggett, Peter Batty, Laurence Olivier 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Background

    8. The texture of memory: Holocaust memorials and meaning - James E. Young 1993

      Book Recommended

    9. Reflections of Nazism: an essay on kitsch and death - Saul Friedländer 1993

      Book Background

  12. Week 5 - Lecture 2: Dark Tourism 8 items
    1. The Palgrave Handbook of Dark Tourism Studies 6 Nov. 2017

      Book Essential This title has not yet been published. It will be ordered for the library once the publication date has been reached. The latest publication date we have is 06/12/17

    2. Dark tourism - J. John Lennon, Malcolm Foley 2000

      Book Recommended

  13. Week 5 - Seminar: Memorialising 19th Century Warfare 4 items
  14. Week 6 - Lecture 1: The First World War 4 items
    1. Scarborough Bombardment Of 1914 2016

      Book Background

  15. Week 6 - Lecture 2: Remembering the First World War: war memorials 6 items
    1. War Memorials 6 items
  16. Week 6 - Seminar: Television and the Holocaust 3 items
    1. Schindler's list - Thomas Keneally, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Ben Kingsley 2005 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Background

    2. The world at war - Jeremy Isaacs, Hugh Raggett, Peter Batty, Laurence Olivier 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Background

  17. Week 8 - Field Trip 8 items
    This week's lectures and seminars are replaced with a group visit to a local heritage site. The readings detailed here are designed to provide information or the broader context to the visit.
    1. Sledmere House - C.S. Sykes Cornforth 1988

      Book Background

    2. The Big House: the story of a country house and its family - Christopher Simon Sykes 2004

      Book Suggested for student purchase

    3. Burton Constable, Sledmere & Burton Agnes: country house estates trail - David Connell, David Neave, Susan Neave, Work and Play : Life on the Yorkshire Country House Estate (Exhibition) c2007

      Book Essential

    4. East Yorkshire Regiment in the Great War 1914-1918 - Everard Wyrall 2002

      Book Recommended

  18. Week 9 - Lecture 1: Remembering the First World War: Museums, Memorials & Education at the Centenary 13 items
    1. Heritage and the Classroom 4 items
      1. The right kind of history: teaching the past in twentieth-century England - David Cannadine, Jenny Keating, Nicola Sheldon 2011

        Book 

    2. First World War Museums 5 items
    3. First World War & the centenary 4 items
      1. The long shadow: the Great War and the twentieth century - David Reynolds 2013

        Book  See chapter 9 especially, though chapters 10 & 11 are very interesting too.

  19. Week 9 - Lecture 2: Heritage and Modern War - Conclusion 0 items
  20. Week 9 - Seminar: The First World War and the Classroom 2 items
    1. Learning Lessons from War? - Catriona Pennell 2016

      Article Essential

  21. Week 10: Assessed presentations 0 items
  22. Broader reading 13 items
    1. Aldershot's military heritage - Paul H. Vickers 2017

      Book Background

    2. Paull: an illustrated history - David Alexander Smith 2011

      Book Recommended

    3. Heritage and peacebuilding - Diana Walters 2017

      Book Recommended

    4. The First World War galleries - Paul Cornish 2014

      Book