Recent discussion on ALHFAM-L (ALHFAM’s email discussion list) about living history bibliographies led to one of our members from the Netherlands sharing this: Interpretation: The International Bibliographic Database of Living History.
Even though the database is supported by ALHFAM and NAI (National Association for Interpretation) and affiliated with IMTAL (International Museum Theatre Alliance), it was new to me.
Perhaps it is new to you as well. It’s a great resource for people interested in all types of living history worldwide. I encourage you to explore and see for yourself.
–Deb Arenz, ALHFAM Vice-President
2 thoughts on “Interpretation: The International Bibliographic Database of Living History”
may I comment about another international bibliographic database? It’s on archaeological open-air museums and experimental archaeology and contains 11,500 titles: http://openarchaeology.info/bibliography This one is under my coordination 😉
Thanks for the additional resource Roeland.