|Full name||Maureen James|
The Legends of the Lincolnshire Carrs British Folklore, particularly of Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire Social history of Medieval, English Civil War, Georgian and Victorian times. Abolition of the British Slave Trade and Slavery. Storytelling in the UK Myths and Legends of Cambridgeshire Museum Education and Historic Interpretation. The History of Witchcraft and Paganism in the UK The History of Education, particularly schooling in the 19th century The Manea Owenite Colony 1838-1841
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing|
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|Last updated||17-10-2016 09:48|
I was a regular contributor of historical and folklore articles to Smallholder Magazine between 2004 and 2014. I have also written for other magazines including Cambridgeshire County Life Magazine on history based topics (Some examples of my work can be seen and downloaded as PDFs on my website).
I have a Ph.D. on folklore, history and storytelling in 19th century Lincolnshire and have written books on Lincolnshire Folk Tales and Cambridgeshire Folk Tales for the History Press. The latter was presented with an award by the Cambridgeshire Association for Local History in 2015.
I have an MA in Museums and Galleries in Education from the Institute of Education, University of London, for which I produced a report on the place of Narrative in Museums and have been involved in heritage interpretation for many years.
I studied history at degree level at Homerton College, University of Cambridge
I have written 2 sets of teaching resources on the Abolition of the British Slave Trade and Slavery and am presently a public speaker and teacher with the WEA.