And we’re live! Say hello to ‘Hey Joe’

We are delighted to announce that Whose History? is now live! And the first film in the series, the brilliant, moving 'Hey Joe', is available to view. We're immensely grateful to our hosts, partners, and funders at the Institute of Irish Studies and the University of Liverpool, and immensely proud of our fantastic team who … Continue reading And we’re live! Say hello to ‘Hey Joe’

It’s almost time…

We are extremely excited to announce that Whose History? will be going live on the University of Liverpool website this week. Stay tuned here for more details! And in the meantime, you may like to read more about the backgrounds to our four films in our Inspiration and Recommendations section. More news soon…

Museums and Memory 3: Western Approaches Museum

We know that museums make decisions about how they represent history, and how they allow their visitors to access and experience it. In the last of our posts this week about Liverpool's museums, we visit Liverpool's World War 2 Museum, Western Approaches, which is discreetly concealed on Rumford Street, just behind Exchange Flags. The museum … Continue reading Museums and Memory 3: Western Approaches Museum

Museums and Memory 2: Liverpool 8 Against Apartheid at the Museum of Liverpool

In the second of our posts this week highlighting items on display in Liverpool's museums which connect with themes we've been exploring in Whose History?, today we visit an exhibit in the Museum of Liverpool's People's Republic gallery. Liverpool 8 Against Apartheid is a community display, created in partnership with the Mandela8 group as part … Continue reading Museums and Memory 2: Liverpool 8 Against Apartheid at the Museum of Liverpool