The Future of Early Modern Studies: Embracing the Impact and Public Engagement Agenda$dJames Daybell, University of Plymouth, UK

The author presents suggestions for how scholars of the early modern period can engage with contemporary society. He mentions the opening up of archives through digital technologies and social media, podcasting to reach audiences outside of academia, and the use of heritage sites which can incorpora...

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Published in:The sixteenth century journal
Main Author: Daybell, James 1972-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, Inc. [2019]
In: The sixteenth century journal
Year: 2019, Volume: 50, Issue: 1, Pages: 351-360
RelBib Classification:FB Theological education
RH Evangelization; Christian media
TJ Modern history
Further subjects:B Podcasting
B DIGITIZATION of archival materials
B Heritage education
B Social media
B INTERDISCIPLINARY research
B Early Modern History
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Summary:The author presents suggestions for how scholars of the early modern period can engage with contemporary society. He mentions the opening up of archives through digital technologies and social media, podcasting to reach audiences outside of academia, and the use of heritage sites which can incorporate a number of disciplines.
Contains:Enthalten in: The sixteenth century journal