Session 401: Renaissance or Murder: The Role of Re-Creation in History
Monday 14 July 2003, 19.30-20.30
|Sponsor:||The Royal Armouries|
|Organisers:||Kay Smith, Independent Scholar, Leeds|
Guy M. Wilson, International Association of Museums of Arms and Military History
In recent years there has been a tremendous growth in the role of re-enactment, live interpretation and experimentation within an historical context. This forum is intended to bring together those who have been active in these various areas and foster a discussion about the place that each type of activity can play for a deeper understanding of historical research.
Participants include Thom Richardson (The Royal Armouries, Leeds), Robert D. Smith and Guy M. Wilson.