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(Beautiful Books, 2009-01)
People shouldn't feel guilty about your carbon footprint. The way to deal with global warming is to build a bigger, better energy supply – not to change behaviour at home and in the car. People are not addicted to energy, ...
Kit: Selling sports-clothing in Britain 1870-1950
This presentation combines the interests of Dil Porter, who has worked on sport and business history, and Jean Williams, who is interested in sporting fashion and textile history. It looks at methodological issues in tracing ...
This exhibition takes the German word for tender and delicate, zart, as its origin, exploring and interrogating through the selection and curation of the exhibition, artists whose practice engages in detail, the overlooked ...
Écoute Réduite – a wrong turn in the history of electroacoustic music?
In many ways, all non-representational arts have distanced themselves to a greater or lesser extent from their potential public over the centuries due to the fact that art and life have been largely separated. For ...
Digital Musicking and Co-hear-ence.
(Musiques et recherches, Brussels; MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2009)
This work investigates the projection of narrative in acousmatic music through the integration of a minimal amount of spoken text and digitally processed real world sounds. Within that frame a further imperative is evocation ...
Open access and the academic
(Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), 2009)
Ride me as you would be rid: the horse in Brome and Heywood's 'The Witches of Lancashire'
(Centre for Research in Renaissance Studies, 2009)
Press variants in Q2 Hamlet
(© The author, 2009)