New perspectives for the Dissemination of medieval History: Re-enactment in southern Europe, a view from the perspective of Didactics
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Historical re-enactment has arisen in recent years as an important tool for the dissemination of mediaeval history. However, in Spain a debate has developed around its consideration as a philanthropic practice or as a discipline assisted by historic method that may serve as a means for researching or communicating the past. Is this a valuable tool for the dissemination of mediaeval history? This article analyses the virtues and deficiencies of a model that has its roots in the Englishspeaking world, and which in Spain has been eclipsed by other archetypes rooted in folklore and popular festivals. We will reflect on the role that may be played by didactics to transform this, to a certain extent undervalued, resource.
Is part ofImago temporis: medium Aevum, 2019, núm. 13, p. 333-359
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