Living History Bibliography

Welcome! Here you will find a selected bibliography of books, magazines and other printed materials, as well as websites and other online resources including images and audio-visuals, that we find useful, accurate and interesting about a wide variety of topics related to the subject treated in this section. The list of references recommended and presented on this page does not pretend to be an exhaustive catalogue of the all the available sources, but it is just illustrative, and aimed to provide some hints and directions for a more detailed independent and personal research of information by the Users themselves.

Web sites, pages, and other online references…

AATE
The American Alliance for Theatre & Education
http://www.aate.com/

ALFHAM
The Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums
http://www.alhfam.org/

AHI
The Association for Heritage Interpretation
http://www.ahi.org.uk/

EXARC
The ICOM Affiliated Organisation representing archaeological open-air museums, experimental archaeology, ancient technology and interpretation
https://exarc.net/

IMTAL America
The International Museum Theatre Alliance America
http://www.imtal-us.org/

IMTAL Asia Pacific
The International Museum Theatre Alliance Asia Pacific
http://imtalasiapacific.org/

IMTAL Europe
The International Museum Theatre Alliance Europe
http://www.imtal-europe.com/

Intepretation
The international bibliographic database of Living History
http://www.livehistory.de/interpretation/

Living History Forum UK
The UK Online Home of Reenacting and Living History
http://www.livinghistory.co.uk/

Living History Worldwide
An on-line community for reenactors everywhere
http://livinghistoryworldwide.com/

NAI
The National Association of Interpreters
http://www.interpnet.com/

NAReS
The UK National Association of Re-enactment Societies
http://www.nares.org.uk/

Reenactor.net
The Worldwide Online Home of Reenacting
http://www.reenactor.net/

Wikipedia - Living History
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_history

Wikipedia - Historical Reenactment
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_reenactment

Wikipedia - Heritage Interpretation
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heritage_interpretation

Wikipedia - Museum Theatre
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_theatre

Magazines (printed and online)

Camp Chase Gazette
The Voice of Civil War Reenacting, where the Civil War comes Alive
Lakeway Publishers Inc.
http://www.campchase.com/

The Civil War Courier
America's most read Civil War newspaper
Lakeway Publishers Inc.
http://www.civilwarcourier.com/

Skirmish Living History Magazine
The world’s leading multi-period historical re-enactment and living history magazine
Pike & Shot Events Ltd.
http://www.skirmishmagazine.com/

The Smoke & Fire Newspaper
The quarterly newspaper listing battle re-enactments, historic festivals, rendezvous, and many other living history events from all over the United States and Canada
Smoke & Fire Company Inc.
https://www.smoke-fire.com/smoke-fire-newspaper.asp

Online articles, contributions and other materials...

Bagnall, Gaynor: “Performance and performativity at heritage sites”, 2003, in “Museum and Society eJournal”, Vol. 1, No. 2, University of Leicester, retrieved from University of Leicester Open Journals: https://journals.le.ac.uk/ojs1/index.php/mas/article/view/17/46

Bates, Christopher G.: “What They Fight For: The Men and Women of Civil War Reenactment”, 2016, Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, retrieved from eScholarship - California Digital Library: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/73w01958

Begone, Jonah: “The Good, The Bad and the Farby”, undated, JonahWorld!, retrieved from wesclark.com web portal: http://wesclark.com/jw/farbs.html

Bowen, Ashley E.: “Old Times There Are Not Forgotten: Civil War Re-Enactors and the Creation of Heritage”, 2009, M.A. Thesis, Georgetown University, retrieved from Digital Georgetown: https://repository.library.georgetown.edu/handle/10822/552899

Giles, Howard: “A Brief History of Re-enactment”, 2014, EventPlan Ltd., retrieved from EventPlan web portal: https://www.eventplan.co.uk/

Hart, Lain: “Authentic Recreation: Living History and Leisure”, 2007, in “Museum and Society eJournal”, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 103-124, University of Leicester, retrieved from University of Leicester Open Journals: https://journals.le.ac.uk/ojs1/index.php/mas/article/view/99

Harvey, William R.: “Authenticity and Experience Quality Among Visitors at a Historic Village”, M.S. Thesis, 2004, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, retrieved from CiteSeerX - The Pennsylvania State University: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/

Jones, Dale: “Theater 101 for Historical Interpretation”, undated, Making History Connections, retrieved from Making History Connections web: https://www.makinghistoryconnections.com/

Jones, Dale: “Quality Living History Interpretation - Elements for Success”, undated, Making History Connections, retrieved from Making History Connections web: https://www.makinghistoryconnections.com/

Marsh, Caryl: “Visitors as Learners: The role of emotions”, 1996, Association of Science - Technology Centers, retrieved from Association of Science - Technology Centers: http://www.astc.org/resource/education/learning_marsh.htm

Mateer, Megan: “Living History as performance: an analysis of the manner in which historical narrative is developed through performance”, 2006, Master's Thesis, Bowling Green State University, retrieved from Ohio Department of Higher Education: https://etd.ohiolink.edu/pg_1?0

Maardh, Hedvig: “Recreating the Past or Confirming the Present? The Process of Reconstruction”, 2004, Master's Thesis, International Museum Studies Museion / Göteborg University, retrieved from Göteborgs Universitet: http://www.gu.se/

Maardh, Hedvig: “Re-entering the house. Scenographic and artistic interventions and interactions in the historic house museum”, 2015, in “The Nordisk Museologi journal”, No. 1, pp. 25-39, retrieved from Nordisk Museologi: http://www.nordiskmuseologi.org/

McClellan, Michelle: “Mother of Invention; Or, What My Sons Taught Me about
Historical Reenacting”, 2014, National Council on Public History, retrieved from National Council on Public History: http://ncph.org/history-at-work/mother-of-invention/

Riley Black, Dana, and Goldowsky, Alexander: “Science Theater as an Interpretive Technique in a Science Museum”, 1998, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Boston March 1999, retrieved from National Association for Research in Science Teaching: http:/www.narst.org/narst/99conference/ blackgoldowsky.html

Stanton, Cathy: "Reenactors in the Parks: A Study of External Revolutionary War Reenactment Activity at National Parks", 1999, National Park Service - Northeast Ethnography Program, and Heritage Partners, Inc., retrieved from National Park Service: https://www.nps.gov/revwar/reenactors/

Stott, Romie: “The Historical Reenactor Accuracy Wars”, 2016, Atlas Obscura, April 13, 2016, retrieved from Atlas Obscura web portal: http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-historical-reenactor-accuracy-wars

Vv.Aa.: “The Outdoor Living History Museum Interpretation Research Project”, 2005, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH), retrieved from American Association for State and Local History: http://www.aaslh.org/

Printed articles, books and other resources...

Agnew, Vanessa: “Introduction: What Is Reenactment?”, 2004, in “Criticism, a Quarterly for Literature and the Arts”, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 327-339, Wayne State University Press.

Agnew, Vanessa: “History’s Affective Turn: Historical Reenactment and Its Work in the Present”, 2007, in “Rethinking History, The Journal of Theory and Practice”, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 299-312, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Alderson, William T., and Payne Low, Shirley: “Interpretation of Historic Sites”, 1985 (second edition), American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Allison, David B.: “Living History: Effective Costumed Interpretation and Enactment at Museums and Historic Sites”, 2016, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Alsford, Stephen, and David, Parry: "Interpretive Theatre: A Role In Museums?", 1991, in “Museum Management and Curatorship”, Vol. 10, pp. 8-23, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Anderson, Jay A.: “Living History: Simulating Everyday Life in Living Museums”, 1982, in “American Quarterly”, Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 290-306, American Studies Association (ASA), Johns Hopkins University Press.

Anderson, Jay A.: “Time Machines: The World of Living History”, 1984, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Anderson, Jay A.: “The Living History Sourcebook”, 1985, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Anderson, Jay A.: “A Living History Reader. Volume One: Museums”, 1991, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Baker, Simon: “The Ship: Retracing Cook's Endeavour Voyage”, 2003, Hylas Publishing.

Barker, Alex W.: “Exhibiting Archaeology: Archaeology and Museums”, 2010, in “Annual Review of Anthropology”, Vol. 39, pp. 293-308, Annual Reviews Publishing.

Beard, Colin: “The Experiential Learning Toolkit: Blending Practice with Concepts”, 2010, Kogan Page Publisher.

Beck, Larry, and Cable, Ted T.: “Interpretation for the 21st century: fifteen guiding principles for interpreting nature and culture”, 2002, Sagamore Publishing.

Bicknell, Sandra, and Fisher, Susie: "Enlightening or Embarrassing? Drama in the Science Museum, London, United Kingdom," 1993, in “Visitor Studies: Theory Research and Practice”, Vol. 6, pp. 79-87, Visitor Studies Association (VSA), Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Bigley, James D.: “Living History and Battle Reenactment: The Dilemma of Selective Interpretation”, 1991, in “History News”, Vol. 46, No. 6, pp. 12-18, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Blackson, Robert: “Once More…With Feeling: Reenactment in Contemporary Art and Culture”, 2007, in “Art Journal”, Vol. 66, No. 1, pp. 28-40, College Art Association of America (CAA), Taylor & Francis Group.

Blair, Howard: “Battlefields of the Civil War: A Guide for Travelers”, 1995, Hunter Publishing.

Boardman, Kathryn: “Revisiting Living History: A Business, An Art, A Pleasure, An Education”, 1997, proceedings of the National Council on Public History, 1997 annual conference, Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM).

Braden, John A.: “Civil War Reenacting: A Long Tradition”, 2002, in “Camp Chase Gazette”, Vol. 29, No. 7, pp. 32-33, Lakeway Publishers Inc.

Brandt Stillman, Diane: "Living History in an Art Museum," 1990, in “Journal of Museum Education”, Vol. 15, No.2, pp. 8-10, Museum Education Roundtable, Taylor & Francis Group.

Bridal, Tessa: “Center stage in the museum: Using theatre to present the issues”, 1989, in “Journal of Museum Education”, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 19-21, Museum Education Roundtable, Taylor & Francis Group.

Bridal, Tessa: “Exploring Museum Theatre”, 2004, AltaMira Press - Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Bridal, Tessa: “Effective Exhibit Interpretation and Design”, 2013, AltaMira Press - Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Brochu, Lisa, and Merriman, Tim: “Personal Interpretation: Connecting Your Audience to Heritage Resources”, 2002, InterpPress - National Association of Interpretation.

Brown, Kathleen: "Educational and Other Public Programmes for Exhibitions - Museum Theatre", 2002, in “The Manual of Museum Exhibitions” edited by Barry Lord and Gail Dexter Lord, p. 312, AltaMira Press - Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Brown Gillette, Jane: “Weekend warriors”, 1993, in “Historic Preservation: Quarterly of the National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings”, Vol. 45, No. 6, pp. 42-49, National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP).

Buchholz, Jim; Lackey, Brenda; Gross, Michael; Zimmerman, Ron: “The Interpreter's Guidebook: Techniques for Programs and Presentations”, 2015 (fourth edition), Interpreter's Handbook Series, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Foundation Press.

Cameron, Kenneth: “Battle Acts: Inside the Eighteenth-Century World of Living History”, 1996, in “Adirondack Life”, August 1996, pp. 72-77, Adirondack Life Magazine.

Carstensen, Jan; Meiners, Uwe; Mohrmann, Ruth-E.: “Living History im Museum. Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer populären Vermittlungsform”, 2008, Waxmann Verlag.

Carstensen, Jan; Kleinmanns, Joachim; Baumeier, Stefan: “Freilichtmuseum und Sachkultur. Festschrift für Stefan Baumeier zum 60. Geburtstag”, 2000, Waxmann Verlag.

Cash, John: “The Usable Past Reconsidered: An Ethnography of Civil War Reenactors”, 2004, in “Times, Places, Passages: Ethnological Approaches in the New Millennium” edited by Attila Paládi-Kovács, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Akadémiai Kiadó.

Cataldo, Lucia: “Dal Museum Theatre al Digital Storytelling. Nuove forme della comunicazione museale fra teatro, multimedialità e narrazione”, 2011, Edizioni Franco Angeli.

Chapman, Sherry Anne: “Forward through the past: Reminiscence theatre and museums”, 1998, in “MUSE journal”, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 22-24, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Chappell, Edward A.: “Open-Air Museums: Architectural History for the Masses”, 1999, in “Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians”, Vol. 58, No. 3, pp. 334-341, University of California Press.

Clemons, Leigh: “Branding Texas: Performing Culture in the Lone Star State”, 2008, University of Texas Press.

Clemons, Leigh: “Present Enacting Past: The Functions of Battle Reenacting in Historical Representation”, 2011, in “Enacting History” edited by Scott Magelssen and Rhona Justice-Malloy, pp. 10-21, University of Alabama Press.

Cook, Alexander: “The Use and Abuse of Historical Reenactment: Thoughts on Recent Trends in Public History”, 2004, in “Criticism, a Quarterly for Literature and the Arts”, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 487-496, Wayne State University Press.

Courtney, Kent: “Returning to the Civil War: Grand Reenactments of an Anguished Time”, 1997, Gibbs Smith Publisher.

Crang, Mike: “Magic Kingdom or a Quixotic Quest for Authenticity?”, 1996, in “Annals of Tourism Research”, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 415-431, Elsevier Publishing Company.

Cunningham, Penny; Heeb, Julia; Paardekooper, Roland: ”Experiencing Archaeology by Experiment”, 2008, Oxbow Books.

Danilov, Victor J.: “Living history museums and historic sites in the United States”, 2010, McFarland & Company.

Daugbjerg, Mads: “Patchworking the Past: Materiality, Touch and the Assembling of experience in American Civil War Re-Enactment”, 2014, in “International Journal of Heritage Studies”, Vol. 20, No. 7-8, pp. 724-741, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Daugbjerg, Mads; Syd Eisner, Rivka; Timm Knudsen, Britta: “Re-Enacting the Past: Heritage, Materiality and Performance”, 2015, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Deakin, Carol C.: "Re-Enactors and History", 1986, in “History News”, Vol. 41, pp. 14-20, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Decker, Stephanie K.: "Being Period: An Examination of Bridging Discourse in a Historical Reenactment Group", 2010, in “Journal of Contemporary Ethnography”, Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. 273-296, Sage Publications.

Doak Elder, Betty: “War Games: Recruits and Their Critics Draw Battle Lines over Authenticity”, 1981, in “History News”, Vol. 36, No. 8, pp. 8-12, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Dorsett, Chris: “Making meaning beyond display”, 2010, in “Museum materialities: objects, engagements, interpretations” edited by Sandra H. Dudley, pp. 241-259, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Dudley, Sandra H.: “Museum materialities: objects, engagements, interpretations”, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Ecroyd, Donald H.: “Living History”, 1990, Eastern National Park and Monument
Association.

Elliot-Wright, Philipp J. C.: “Living History “, 1999, Brassey’s Master Class, Brassey’s UK Ltd.

Falk, John H., and Dierking, Lynn D.: "The Museum Experience," 1992, Whalesback Books.

Falk, John H., and Dierking, Lynn D.: "Learning from Museums: Visitor Experiences and the Making of Meaning," 2000, AltaMira Press - Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Falk, John H.; Dierking, Lynn D.; Foutz, Susan: “In Principle, In Practice: Museums as Learning Institutions”, 2007, AltaMira Press - Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Frost, Warwick, and Laing, Jennifer: “Commemorative Events: Memory, Identity, Conflict”, 2013, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Gapps, Stephen: “Performing the Past: A Cultural History of Historical Reenactments”, PhD dissertation, 2002, Sydney University of Technology.

Gapps, Stephen: “Authenticity Matters: Historical Re-Enactment and Australian Attitudes to the Past”, 2003, in “Australian Cultural History (ACH), the journal of the history of culture in Australia”, No. 22, pp. 105-116, Australian Academy of the Humanities and the History of Ideas Unit.

Gapps, Stephen: "Mobile Monuments? A view of Historical Re-Enactment and Authenticity from inside the Costume Cupboard of History", 2009, in “Rethinking History, The Journal of Theory and Practice”, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 395-409, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Gapps, Stephen: “Mobile Monuments: Commemoration and Historical Re-enactment”, 2009, in “Re-enactment and Realism” edited by Paul Pickering and Iain MacCalman, Harvard University Press.

Gapps, Stephen: “Performing Others’ Pasts”, 2002, in “Public History Review”, Vol. 7, University of Technology Sydney, UTS ePRESS.

Gapps, Stephen: “Re-enacting a Celtic Past”, 1995, in “Public History Review”, Vol. 4, University of Technology Sydney, UTS ePRESS.

Gerritsen, Anne, and Riello, Giorgio: “Writing Material Culture History”, 2015, “Writing History” series, Bloomsbury Academic Publishing.

Girouard, Mark: “The Return to Camelot: Chivalry and the English Gentleman”, 1981, Yale University Press.

Glassberg, David: ”American Historical Pageantry: The Uses of Tradition in the Early
Twentieth Century”, 1990, University of North Carolina Press.

Gold, Nancy Dana: “Pageants, programming and the public: A perspective on special events planning”, 1983, in “The Museologist”, No. 165, pp. 8-11, Northeast Museums Conference / Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums (MAAM).

Golding, Viv: “Dreams and wishes: the multi-sensory museum space”, 2010, in “Museum materialities: objects, engagements, interpretations” edited by Sandra H. Dudley, pp. 224-240, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Goodacre, Elizabeth J., and Baldwin, Gavin: “Living the past: reconstruction, recreation, re-enactment and education at museums and historical sites”, 2002, Middlesex University Press.

Gordon, Alan: “Tourism and the Rise of the Living History Museum in Mid-Twentieth-Century Canada”, 2016, University of British Columbia Press.

Greig, Hannah: “As Seen on the Screen: Material Culture, Historical Accuracy and the Costume Drama”, 2015, in “Writing Material Culture History” edited by Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello, pp. 303-319, Bloomsbury Academic Publishing.

Grinder, Alison L., and McCoy, E. Sue: "The Good Guide: A Source Book for Interpreters, Docents and Tour Guides," 1985, Ironwood Press.

Halewood, Chris, and Hannam, Kevin: “Viking heritage tourism: authenticity and commodification", 2001, in “Annals of Tourism Research”, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 565-580, Elsevier Publishing Company.

Hall, Dennis: "Civil War reenactors and the postmodern sense of history", 1994, in “Journal of American Culture”, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 7-11, Popular Culture Association (PCA) / American Culture Association (ACA), John Wiley & Sons.

Handler, Richard: “Overpowered by Realism: Living History and the Simulation of the Past”, 1987, in “The Journal of American Folklore”, Vol. 100, No. 397, pp. 337-341, American Folklore Society (AFS), University of Illinois Press.

Handler, Richard, and Saxton, William: “Dissimulation: Reflexivity, Narrative, and the Quest for Authenticity in Living History”, 1988, in “Cultural Anthropology”, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp: 242-260, Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA), American Anthropological Association (AAA).

Handler, Richard, and Gable, Eric: "After Authenticity at an American Heritage Site", 1993, in “American Anthropologist”, Vol. 98, No. 3, pp. 568-578, Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA), American Anthropological Association (AAA).

Handler, Richard, and Gable, Eric: “The New History in an Old Museum: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg”, 1997, Duke University Press.

Hartford, Samantha: “The Value of Experience: Lessons from a Study of Reenactment”, in “EXARC JOURNAL Digest”, No 2016/1, EXARC.

Haslam, Andrew: “Living History (Make It Work! History)”, 2001, Cooper Square Publishing.

Hein, George E.: “Learning in the Museum”, 1998, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Henderson, Anne, and Watts, Susy: “How They Learn: The Family in the Museum”, 2000, in “Museum News”, pp. 41-45, 67, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Hochbruck, Wolfgang: “Geschichtstheater. Formen der "Living history". Eine Typologie”, 2013, transcript - Verlag für Kommunikation, Kultur und soziale Praxis.

Hooker, Ralph L.: “Born Out of Season”, 1981, Rebel Publishing Company.

Hooper-Greenhill, Eilean: "Museums and their Visitors," 1994, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Horwitz, Tony: “Confederates in the Attic: Dispatches from the Unfinished Civil War”, 1998, Vintage Books, Penguin Random House (PRH) Publishing Group.

Horsler, Val: “Living The Past”, 2003, English Heritage, Weidenfeld & Nicolson - Orion Publishing Company.

Hughes, Catherine: “Perspectives on Museum Theatre”, 1993, American Alliance of Museums (AAM, formerly the American Association of Museums).

Hughes, Catherine: “Museum theatre: communicating with visitors through drama”, 1998, Heinemann Drama.

Hughes, Catherine; Jackson, Anthony; Kidd, Jenny: “The Role of Theater in Museums and Historic Sites: Visitors, Audiences, and Learners”, 2007, in “International Handbook of Research in Arts Education” edited by Liora Bresler, Vol. 16, Springer International Publishing.

Hunt, Stephen J.: “Acting the Part: Living History as a Serious Leisure Pursuit”, 2004, in “Leisure Studies”, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 387-403, Leisure Studies Association (LSA), Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Hunt, Stephen J.: “But We’re Men Aren’t We! Living History as a Site of Masculine
Identity Construction”, 2008, in “Men and Masculinities”, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 460-483, Sage Publications.

Hutton, Miriam: “Learning from action: a conceptual framework”, 1980, in “Making Sense of Experiential Learning” edited by Susan Warner Weil and Ian McGill, pp. 50-59, SRHE/Open University Press.

Itin, Christian M.: “Reasserting the Philosophy of Experiential Education as a Vehicle for Change in the 21st Century”, 1999, in “Journal of Experiential Education”, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 91-98, Association for Experiential Education (AEE), Sage Publications.

Jackson, Anthony R.: “Learning through theatre: New perspectives on theatre in education”, 1993, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Jackson, Anthony R.: “Positioning the Audience: inter-active strategies and the aesthetic in educational theatre”, 1997, in “Theatre Research International”, Vol. 22, No. 1, International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR), Cambridge University Press.

Jackson, Anthony R.: “Interacting with the Past - The Use of Participatory Theatre at Museums and Heritage Sites”, 2000, in “Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance”, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 204-205, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Jackson, Anthony R.: “Between Evaluation and Research: Theatre as an Educational Tool in Museum Theatre”, 2002, in “STAGE of the Art”, Vol. 15, No. 1, American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE).

Jackson, Anthony R., and Rees Leahy, Helen: “Seeing it for real…? Authenticity, theatre and learning in museums”, 2005, in “Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance”, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 303-325, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Jenkins, Keith: “Rethinking History”, 2003, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Johnson, Cathy: “Living History: Drawing on the Past”, 1995, Graphics/Fine Arts Press.

Johnson, Katherine M.: "Rethinking (re) doing: historical re-enactment and/as historiography”, 2015, in “Rethinking History, The Journal of Theory and Practice”, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 193-206, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Jones, Dale: “Making your interpretation vibrant: Living history and drama in museums”, 1991, in “Perspectives: Strengthening our Bonds”, Proceedings of the National Association for Interpretation (NAI) Conference, Vail-Colorado October 1991, pp. 173-177, National Association for Interpretation.

Jones, Dale: "Living History in the City", 1995, in “History News”, Vol. 50, No. 3, pp. 10-13, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Jones, Dale: “Theater 101 for Historical Interpretation”, 2004, in “AASLH Technical Leaflet”, No. 227, pp. 1-8, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).

Kalshoven, Petra Tjitske: “Crafting “The Indian”: Knowledge, Desire, and Play in Indianist Reenactment”, 2012, Berghahn Books.

Katriel, Tamar: “Our future is where our past is: Studying heritage museums as ideological and performative arenas”, 1933, in “Communication Monographs”, Vol. 60, No. 1, p. 69, National Communication Association, Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Kelleher Michael: “Images of the Past: Historical Authenticity and Inauthenticity from Disney to Times Square”, 2004, in “CRM: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship”, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 6-19, National Park Service.

Kelleher, Tom: “Living Things Grow and Evolve: The Evolution and Expansion of Living History”, 2009, in “ALHFAM Bulletin”, pp. 10-15, Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM).

Kemmer, Brenton C., and Kemmer, Karen L.: “So, Ye Want to be a Reenactor? A Living History Handbook”, 2001, Heritage Books.

Kietz, Bill: “The Reenactor’s Art: People Who Practice Living in the Past”, 1997, in “Civil War Times” (formerly “Civil War Times Illustrated”), Vol. XXXVI, No. 1, pp. 22-26, 35-36, Historical Times Inc. & Cowles Magazines, Weider History Group.

Kolb, David A.: “Experiential Learning: experience as the source of learning and development”, 2015, Pearson Education.

Knudson, Douglas M.; Cable, Ted T.; Beck, Larry: “Interpretation of Cultural and Natural Resources”, 1985, Venture Publishing.

Krugler, John D.: “Stepping Outside the Classroom: History and the Outdoor Museum”, 1989, in “Journal of American Culture”, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 79-85, Popular Culture Association (PCA) / American Culture Association (ACA), John Wiley & Sons.

Krugler, John D.: "Behind the Public Presentations: Research and Scholarship at Living History Museums of Early America," 1991, in “The William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine”, Third Series 48, pp. 347-386, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture.

Landy, Robert J.: “Handbook of Educational Drama and Theatre”, 1982, Greenwood Press.

LaVilla-Havelin, Jim: “Role playing in children’s museums”, 1990, in “Journal of Museum Education”, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 12-14, Museum Education Roundtable, Taylor & Francis Group.

LeCount, Charles: “How Important is Accurate Reproduction Clothing?”, 1998, AHLFAM Historic Clothing Committee, Vol. 3, No. 4, Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (AHLFAM).

Lehrer, Eli, and Hemingway, Mark: “Living History”, 2003, in “The American Enterprise” magazine, March 2003, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI).

Lewis, Peter: “Dramatic effect”, 2004, in “Museum Practice”, No. 27, pp. 44-47, Museum Association, John Wiley & Sons.

Linenthal, Edward T.: “Sacred Ground: Americans and Their Battlefields”, 1991, University of Illinois Press.

Linnekin, Jocelyn: "Cultural invention and the dilemma of authenticity", 1991, in “American Anthropologist”, Vol. 93, No. 2, pp. 446-449, American Anthropological Association (AAA).

Linnell, Rosemary: “Time passed in museums: An educational rationale for enactive learning through drama”, 1994, in “Journal of Education in Museums”, No. 15, pp. 4-5, GEM the Voice for Heritage Learning.

Leon, Warren, and Piatt, Margaret: "Living History Museums", 1989, in “History Museums in the United States: A Critical Assessment” edited by Warren Leon and Roy Rozenweig, pp. 64-97, University of Illinois Press.

Levy Abramoff, Barbara; MacKenzie Lloyd, Sandra; Porter Schreiber, Susan: “Great Tours!: Thematic Tours and Guide Training for Historic Sites”, 2001, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Altamira Press - Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Levy Abramoff, Barbara: “Historic House Tours that Succeed: Choosing the Best Tour Approach”, 2002, in “Interpreting Historic House Museums” edited by Jessica Foy Donnelly et al., pp. 192-209, American Association for State and Local History (AASLH), AltaMira Press - Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Lowenthal, David: “The Past is a Foreign Country - Revisited”, 2015 (revised edition), Cambridge University Press.

Lowenthal, David: "Fabricating Heritage", 1998, in “History and Memory”, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 5-24, Indiana University Press.

Machlis, Gary E., and Field, Donald R.: "On Interpretation: Sociology for Interpreters of Natural and Cultural History," 1992, Oregon State University Press.

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