"There is a crack in everything; it's where the light gets in": some reflections on producing ethical prison heritage

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Tennant, M. 2017. "There is a crack in everything; it's where the light gets in": some reflections on producing ethical prison heritage.
AuthorsTennant, M.
TypeConference paper
KeywordsPrison history; ethics and historical research; prison heritage
Year2017
Conference'Sites of Suffering, Sites of Memory', an AHRC/LABEX funded Symposium
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Deposited20 Sep 2017
Completed16 Sep 2017
Output statusUnpublished
Accepted author manuscript
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