Under the directorship of Dr Sarah Rees Jones, the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP) researches how narratives of the past function in our society and how identities are constructed in the present using the past.
Founded to promote partnerships and consultancies between museums, galleries, heritage and the media, the Institute draws together researchers, practitioners and audiences.
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Two top students on the MA in Public History:
IPUP MA Awards announced
"York: The Making of a City 1068-1350" by Sarah Rees Jones, published by OUP - the first book-length study of York between 1068 and 1350
Experiencing the Great War: Self-guided Walking Trail of York in World War I - For free digital products, map and further information click here
York Jewish History Walking Trail, podcasts and app - For free digital products, map and further information click here
Walking with the Romans - leaflet, map, podcasts and app for taking self-guided trail. For free digital products, map and further information click here