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The Afrikaner rebellion 1914-15: Internal conflict and the counterinsurgency campaign (2023)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K., & Van der Waag, I. (2023). The Afrikaner rebellion 1914-15: Internal conflict and the counterinsurgency campaign. In M. Thomas, & G. Curless (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Late Colonial Insurgencies and Counter-Insurgencies (784). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198866787.001.0001

The Afrikaner rebellion of 1914-1915 is an under-studied but significant event in South Africa’s troubled history. At its core was the struggle for the leadership and direction of an increasingly polarised Afrikaner community, elements of which were... Read More about The Afrikaner rebellion 1914-15: Internal conflict and the counterinsurgency campaign.

Co-creating anti-racist datasets in AI workflows utilising films as data (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Egbe, A. (2023, April). Co-creating anti-racist datasets in AI workflows utilising films as data. Presented at AI and Archives: Explorations, Possibilities and Challenges, University of Sussex

Considering the concern for racial bias within AI algorithms, could creative responses within moving image archival practice and critical film theory foreground possibilities for intersectional approaches. This paper stems from artist practices with... Read More about Co-creating anti-racist datasets in AI workflows utilising films as data.

Song for a scar (2022)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. (2022). Song for a scar. The Contemporary Journal, 4,

One poem in a special issue of the journal on the theme of "Care"

Children and youth in the Russian Revolution (2022)
Book Chapter
White, E. (2023). Children and youth in the Russian Revolution. In The Bloomsbury Handbook of the Russian Revolution. Bloomsbury Publishing

Through 30 interpretative essays, The Bloomsbury Handbook of the Russian Revolution sees an international team of leading scholars comprehensively examine Russia's revolutionary years. In the wake of the 2017 centenary, this handbook is the first ref... Read More about Children and youth in the Russian Revolution.

Amidst urban edges (2022)
Book Chapter
Karimnia, E. (2022). Amidst urban edges. In S. Khandekar, & V. Bharne (Eds.), Streets For All – 50 Ideas for Shaping Resilient Cities (54-59). Bruil & van de Staaij

Urban edges advance a reflection on human territoriality and the capacity of remaking territory in relation to public spaces. This social territory making includes a set of appropriation and consequences of presence in public space. Urban edges are i... Read More about Amidst urban edges.

Extract from "More on the Plums" with synopsis (2022)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. (2022). Extract from "More on the Plums" with synopsis. Poetrishy, 2,

Five poems, extracted from my longer sequence "More on the Plums", accompanied by a synopsis of the composition/methodology.

Dangerous Amusements: Leisure, the young working class and urban space, c.1870-1939 (2022)
Book
Harrison, L. (2022). Dangerous Amusements: Leisure, the young working class and urban space, c.1870-1939. Manchester: Manchester University Press

In neighbourhoods and public spaces across Britain, young working people walked out together, congregated in the streets, and paraded up and down on the 'monkey parades'. The beginnings of a distinct youth culture can be traced to the late nineteenth... Read More about Dangerous Amusements: Leisure, the young working class and urban space, c.1870-1939.

The intimate archive: Sites of representation and embodiment in a reading of Drawing Matter (2022)
Book Chapter
Banou, S. (2022). The intimate archive: Sites of representation and embodiment in a reading of Drawing Matter. In F. Goffi (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Architectural Drawings and Models: From Translating to Archiving, Collecting and Displaying. London: Routledge

This chapter draws from Frascari’s discussion of “Drawings as loci for thought” () as well as earlier research on the “situation of drawing” (Banou 2015), to propose that the drawing archive inherits modes of embodied cognition from the particular mo... Read More about The intimate archive: Sites of representation and embodiment in a reading of Drawing Matter.

Contested culture as change-maker: The collaborative approach to displaying the toppled statue of Edward Colston (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Sobers, S., & Barnett, R. (2022, May). Contested culture as change-maker: The collaborative approach to displaying the toppled statue of Edward Colston. Presented at Museum & Heritage Show 2022, The Olympia, London

The toppling of the statue of Edward Colston in Bristol in June 2020 made international headlines. Professor Shawn Sobers of the UWE Bristol and ‘We are Bristol History Commission’, and Ray Barnett Head of Collections & Archives at Bristol Museums,... Read More about Contested culture as change-maker: The collaborative approach to displaying the toppled statue of Edward Colston.

Extract from "More on the Plums" (2022)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. (2022). Extract from "More on the Plums". Popshot Quarterly, 36, 28-29

One poem from a pamphlet-length sequence.

‘We shouldn't let great art disappear into BBC Four's cultural ghetto’: The impact of BBC Four on mainstream arts provision (2022)
Journal Article
Genders, A. (2022). ‘We shouldn't let great art disappear into BBC Four's cultural ghetto’: The impact of BBC Four on mainstream arts provision. Critical Studies in Television, 17(2), 187-193. https://doi.org/10.1177/17496020221078502

Although BBC Four has been lauded for its dedication to more esoteric content and artforms, since the channel was introduced there has concern for the range and depth of arts content on the BBC’s terrestrial services – BBC One and BBC Two. As journal... Read More about ‘We shouldn't let great art disappear into BBC Four's cultural ghetto’: The impact of BBC Four on mainstream arts provision.

Flash mob (2022)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. (2022). Flash mob. The Alchemy Spoon, 6, 28-29

One poem accepted by The Alchemy Spoon for a "Fixed Form" themed issue.

Lesbian feminism (2022)
Book Chapter
Mackay, F. (2022). Lesbian feminism. In The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Sex and Sexuality. London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003286523-16

Lesbianism is the term used to describe a sexual orientation, sexual acts and desires, and romantic and sexual love between women. During the period known as the feminist Second Wave across the Western world, roughly from the late 1960s and into the... Read More about Lesbian feminism.

Read With Me (2022)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. Read With Me. [Risograph and relief print]. London/Bristol, UK

Read With Me. Extending from the experimental book project ‘Read to Me’, this book is the result of: a performative drawing event, readings by a psychometric reader, collages made during lockdown and words assembled from the dissected readings. It wa... Read More about Read With Me.

Artful Craft (2022)
Exhibition / Performance
Jorgensen, T. Artful Craft. [Glass, Ceramics]. Exhibited at Bovey Tracey, UK. 1 April 2022 - 2 July 2022. (Unpublished)

Celebrating our re-launch in 2022 with an exhibition focusing on the nature of craft, art and design in the 21st century. We are delighted that our president Peter Randall-Page RA, whose own work effortlessly straddles concepts in art with tradit... Read More about Artful Craft.

Global crafts: Woodblock prints with Wuon-Gean Ho (2022)
Digital Artefact
Ho, W. (2022). Global crafts: Woodblock prints with Wuon-Gean Ho. [https://japaninnorwich.org/2022/03/31/s2e23-global-crafts-woodblock-prints/]

This week Oliver is joined by Wuon-Gean Ho, printmaker and research associate at the University of West England’s Centre for Print Research, to discuss the place of mokuhanga, or woodblock printmaking, in the global spread of traditional crafts. Wuon... Read More about Global crafts: Woodblock prints with Wuon-Gean Ho.

New approaches with ceramic profile extrusion (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T., Fraser, S., & Lightfoot, S. (2022, March). New approaches with ceramic profile extrusion

This paper and presentation concern the development of new methods with ceramic profile extrusion with the aim of expanding the creative exploration of architectural ceramic components. The project has established fast tooling workflows for the creat... Read More about New approaches with ceramic profile extrusion.

Ripley's Buttons (2022)
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S., & Dixon, J. Ripley's Buttons. [Badges]. Bristol

A collaboration with poet Jeremy Dixon of Hazard Press. A limited edition of 50 sets of 6 text and image badges in tribute to 'The Talented Mr Ripley' by Patricia Highsmith.