The essay traces the diverse uses of industrial heritage culture in an environment of changing European and worldwide industrial economic settings and changes. The chapter focuses on how life in industrial societies is remembered on political and general public levels, and how this memorial culture shapes every-day life, forms new institutions and associations, and informs political and social debates.
|Title of host publication||The Invention of Industrial Pasts. Heritage, Political Culture and Economic Debates in Great Britain and Germany, 1850–2010|
|Editors||Christian Mueller, Peter Itzen|
|Place of Publication||Augsburg|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Name||Schriften des Arbeitskreises Deutsche England-Forschung|
- Economic history
- Cultural Heritage