Teaching History 35


By HA, published 19th February 1983

History in Danger

Teaching History, February 1983 Number 35

In this issue:

Editorial, page 2

History in Danger - Margaret Parker, page 3

Watching the Detectives: A Critique of the Schools Council's Analogy between the Historian and the Detective - John Plowright, page 6

Teaching History Competition, page 9

Microcomputers and Local History Work in a Primary School - Alistair Ross, page 10

Report: Expenditure on Teaching History in Schools - Gordon Skipworth, page 14

Mortality: A Local History and Computing Project - Sue Edgington, page 15

Report: Archives and Education in Northern England - Kate Thompson, page 16

Scenes from History: The Woollen and Clothing Industries - June Wenban, page 17

History 16-18: An American Perspective - Paul Simmons and Bob Wolfson, page 20

Report: Teaching the Holocaust - Peter Farrar, page 24

Science and Technology in History Textbooks: Presentation and Image - Janet Maw, page 25

Poverty, Crime and Punishment in Early Nineteenth-Century England - Peter Grey and Richard Davis, page 30

Writing History - John Lally, page 34

The Contributors, page 39

Notes for Contributors, page 39

Notes and News, page 40

Book Reviews, page 41

Short Notices, page 48

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