Publications and Conferences

Amy has published the below, with additional publications forthcoming:

Heritage and Wellbeing Guidelines

Manchester: Manchester Centre for Public History and Heritage, 2019

Written with Dr Faye Sayer and Zoe Willock after a successful workshop hosted at MMU, bringing together national organisations and individuals working in heritage and wellbeing. 

This document is a short, easy to use set of guidelines for those wishing to incorporate wellbeing into heritage projects or research. 

The guidelines are free to access on the Manchester Centre for Public History and heritage website.

‘Personal Reflections’ in Public History: A Practical Guide

2nd Edition, London: Bloomsbury, 2019

A short piece regarding what 'a day in the life' of a Heritage Consultant looks like in the public history careers section of the second edition of Dr Faye Sayer's Public History: A Practical Guide. 

The book is available to purchase online.

Introduction in Histories on Screen: The Past and Present in Anglo-American Cinema and Television

London: Bloomsbury, 2018

Amy co-wrote the introduction section of Histories on Screen with Dr Sam Edwards, Manchester Metropolitan University. Histories on Screen is an edited collection Amy was employed to copy-edit and compile whilst working as a Editorial Assistant for the university. 

The book is available to purchase online.

Bones Without Barriers Heritage Lottery  Fund Report

Unpublished, Cambridge, 2014

This Report was produced with Dr Faye Sayer to detail the evaluation activities Amy conducted whilst working as a Project Assistant on the Heritage Lottery Funded Project 'Bones Without Barriers' and the impact of the project and HLF funding.

Amy has also presented at international conferences, as detailed below:

Cadw Public Archaeology Workshop

Cardiff, 2020

Amy was invited to speak about Heritage, Public Archaeology and wellbeing at at the Cadw Archaeology Workshop in 2020, with a focus on how Cadw can incorporate the recently published Guidelines to Wellbeing into their public archaeology projects. 

Contested Heritage: Connecting research topics on cultural heritage in Germany and Britain 2019

Leibniz University of Hannover, 2019

Amy presented a paper with Dr Faye Sayer on ongoing and upcoming research projects relating to heritage and wellbeing, including her PhD research and the British Academy 'Creating Healthier Societies through Heritage project.

Manchester Met. University History, Politics and Philosophy Research Symposium

Manchester, 2015

Amy presented a paper on 'The Ethics and Politics of Museum Partnerships' at the History, Politics and Philosophy Research Symposium at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Theoretical Archaeological Group Conference

Bradford, 2015

Amy presented a paper entitled 'Are museums in the United Kingdom less objective as a result of the 2008 recession?' at the Theoretical Archaeological Conference in 2015.

© 2020 by Amy Luck. 

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