People's History Museum Blog

PHM is the national museum of democracy, telling the story of its development in Britain: past, present, and future.

On this blog we share posts from the PHM team and other experts, with behind the scenes stories, coverage of our exhibitions, events, and Learning Programme, and highlights from our unique collection.

Posts tagged 'Representation'

People's History Museum's Collections Officer Sam Jenkins with Peterloo cane, around 1819 © People's History Museum

Deciphering history

23 September 2020


To mark ten years in People’s History Museum’s (PHM) current home, the museum team picked out ten pieces that we believed capture the ethos, spirit and importance of PHM’s collection.  This month Collection’s Officer Sam Jenkins pieces to together clues from the past to reveal the story of one of PHM’s most treasured objects.



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Katy Ashton, Director @ People's History Museum

Being relevant and resonant in today’s world

14 February 2020


PHM celebrates its 10th birthday this year, here Director Katy Ashton looks back on a decade of success and looks forward to an ambitious future.



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Falinge Park High School artwork for Represent! Voices 100 Years On exhibition @ People's History Museum

Rochdale school explore their idea of representation

16 November 2018


Liz Thorpe, Learning Officer at People’s History Museum (PHM), discusses a recent project with Falinge Park High School (Falinge Park) in Rochdale, who have been working with the museum to explore their own ideas of representation.



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