Posts tagged with "lego"



April 12, 2020
Dan from 'Brick to the Past' takes us back to the Middle Ages in Scotland and shows us how we remember past events today. We remember the past as naturally as we build LEGO models. Both have become commonplace.

October 02, 2019
Have you ever wondered what it is that makes LEGO models historically authentic? To what extent can I go and say that this composition of these plastic bricks are an authentic representation of the past? It has a lot to do with our imagination of the past. I explain this by Tim Schwalfenberg's MOC "Roman Forum" in my first MOC-Discussion.

January 25, 2019
The first article in a short blog series. Here I show how LEGO is more than just a toy. It lays the foundation for the #legostudies. In this one I take care of the media. I look at how the media talks about TLG and its products.

January 04, 2019
An introduction to my personal Public History Blog - History's Bricks. What is it about? What are my goals to achieve? You will find it out.

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