Drawing upon our research over the last few years, members of the Project Team have written and, indeed, are still in the process of writing a range of publications that explore various aspects of historical pageants in twentieth century Britain. You can find more details of these here:
A. Bartie, P. Caton, L. Fleming, M. Freeman, T. Hulme, A. Hutton, and P. Readman, The Redress of the Past: Historical Pageants in Britain, 1905-2016 (database, published online, 2016, at http://www.historicalpageants.ac.uk/pageants/)
Hulme, T., '"A nation of town criers": civic publicity and historical pageantry in inter-war Britain', Urban History (published online 24 February 2016, 1-23).
A. Bartie, L. Fleming, M. Freeman, T. Hulme, P. Readman, and C. Tupman, ‘And those who live, how shall I tell their fame?’ Historical pageants, collective remembrance and the First World War, 1919-1939’, Historical Research (forthcoming 2017).
A. Bartie, L. Fleming, M. Freeman, T. Hulme, P. Readman and C. Tupman, ‘The Redress of the Past: Historical Pageants in Twentieth-Century England’, International Journal of Research on History Didactics, History Education and History Culture – Yearbook/Jahrbuch/Annales 36 (2016).
Chapters in Edited Collections
A. Bartie, L. Fleming, M. Freeman, T. Hulme, and P. Readman, “Commemoration through Dramatic Performance: Historical Pageants and the Age of Anniversaries, 1905-1920”, in T.G. Otte (ed.), The Age of Anniversaries: The Cult of Commemoration, 1895-1925 (Routledge, forthcoming, 2017).
A. Bartie, L. Fleming, M. Freeman, T. Hulme, and P. Readman, "Performing the past: identity, civic culture and historical pageants in twentieth-century small towns" in L. Klusakova, Small Towns in Europe and Beyond: 20th-21st Century (Karolinum Press, forthcoming, 2017).
A. Bartie, L. Fleming, M. Freeman, A. Hutton, and P. Readman, ‘Performing the Past: Historical Pageants in Scotland’, History Scotland, 16:5 (September/October 2016), 22-24.