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BEAKEN, Mike (2017). Engels, Neanderthals and the origins of the family. Internationsal Socialism, 154.

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BLACK, Jack (2018). From mood to movement: English nationalism, the European Union and taking back control. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research.

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BLACK, Jack (2018). The subjective and objective violence of terrorism: analysing “British values” in newspaper coverage of the 2017 London Bridge attack. Critical Studies on Terrorism.

BLACK, Jack and EWEN, Neil (2013). Team GB, or no Team GB, that is the Question: Olympic football and the Post-War Crisis of Britishness. Sport in History, XXII, 302-324.

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BLACK, Jack and FIELDING-LLOYD, Beth (2017). Re-establishing the ‘outsiders’: English press coverage of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. International Review for the Sociology of Sport.

CANTER, Lily (2017). Co-authoring a paper with your undergraduate student. Journalism Education, 6 (1), 36-39.

GENT, Susannah (2017). Exorcising Unhomely Street: filmic intuition and the representation of post-concussive syndrome. Journal for Artistic Research, 14.

GIUSTI, Giulio and ARPIONI, Maria Pia (2017). Luciano Tovoli : Paysages de la vision. Séquences : la revue de cinéma, 306, 48-53.

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GOLDIE, Chris (2017). Book Review: Fire and Blood: The European Civil War, 1914–1945, by Enzo Traverso. The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development, 3 (1).

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LOUIS, Anja (2018). La identidad feminista en la obra de Carmen de Burgos. Estudios Romanicos, 27 (1), 33-48.

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MARZELL, Laurence and BREWSTER, Benjamin (2017). Building safer societies: A framework for trust. Crisis Response Journal, 13 (1), 80-82.

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MURPHY, Angela and STEVENSON, Jacqueline (2018). Occupational potential and possible selves of masters’ level healthcare students with dyslexia: a narrative inquiry. Journal of Occupational Science.

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O'REILLY, Daragh, DOHERTY, Kathy, CARNEGIE, Elizabeth and LARSON, Gretchen (2017). Cultural memory and the heritagisation of a music consumption community. Arts and the Market, 7 (2), 174-190.

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PALMER, Nicola and CHUAMUANGPHAN, Nipon (2018). Governance and local participation in Ecotourism: community-level tourism stakeholders in Chiang Rai province, Thailand. Journal of Ecotourism, 17 (3), 320-337.

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RODGERS, Diane (2018). Something ‘wyrd’ this way comes: folklore and British television. Folklore.

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RODGERS, Diane (2018). Swinging sixties spies in comic book guise! Fathom and Modesty Blaise. Cinema Retro.

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SCOLARI, Carlos and RODRIGUEZ-AMAT, Joan (2018). A Latin American approach to mediatization: specificities and contributions to a global discussion about how the media shape contemporary societies. Communication Theory, 28 (2), 131-154.

WAUDBY, Carolyn (2017). Whitby: The Town of A Magic Dream. Fortean Times (357), 38-43.

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WHIGHAM, Stuart and BLACK, Jack (2018). Glasgow 2014, the media and Scottish politics – the (post)imperial symbolism of the Commonwealth Games. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations., 20 (2), 360-378.

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YATES, Simeon and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2018). Social media and social class. American Behavioral Scientist, 62 (9), 1291-1316.

Book Section

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BACCHUS, Daniel (2018). Articulating a post-human understanding of presence in virtual reality. In: 2017 23rd International Conference on Virtual System & Multimedia (VSMM). IEEE, 91-101.

BOSCO, Francesca, VERMEERSCH, Elise, LUDA, Vittoria, VACIAGO, Giuseppe, GASPER, Ulrich and LYLE, Alison (2016). Non-discrimination and Protection of Fundamental Rights in Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism Research. In: AKHGAR, Babak and BREWSTER, Benjamin, (eds.) Combatting Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications (1613-5). Springer, 97-115.

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BREWSTER, Benjamin, GIBSON, Helen and GUNNING, Michael (2018). Policing the community together: the impact of technology on citizen engagement. In: LEVANTAKIS, George and HABERFELD, Maria, (eds.) Societal implications of community‐oriented policing techology. SpringerBriefs in Policing . Switzerland, Springer, 91-102.

BRIDGEN, Elizabeth (2017). Public relations as ‘dirty work’. In: BRIDGEN, Elizabeth and VERCIC, Dejan, (eds.) Experiencing public relations: International voices. Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge.

BRIDGEN, Elizabeth and VERČIČ, Dejan (2017). Introduction: experiencing public relations. In: BRIDGEN, Elizabeth and VERCIC, Dejan, (eds.) Experiencing public relations: International voices. Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge.

DELLER, Ruth (2018). Ethics in fan studies research. In: BOOTH, Paul, (ed.) A companion to media fandom and fan studies. Wiley, 87-100.

JOHNSON, Esther (2018). Alone together – documentary filmmaking and stories of well-being in outdoor spaces. In: COLES, Richard, COSTA, Sandra and WATSON, Sharon, (eds.) Pathways to well-being in design. Examples from the arts, humanities and the built environment. Abingdon, Routledge, 203-222.

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JOHNSON, Esther and BALLIN, Deborah (2017). Voices from the Strike. In: ALLSOP, David, STEPHENSON, Carol and WRAY, David, (eds.) Justice Denied : Friends, Foes and the Miners. Merlin Press, 64-76.

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ROBINSON, Andrew (2018). An Idea of North. In: Northern Light: Photography, Landscape and the North. Sheffield Hallam University, Media Arts and Communication, Sheffield Hallam University, 34-37.

ROOSENDAAL, Arnold, KERT, Mari, LYLE, Alison and GASPER, Ulrich (2016). Data Protection Law Compliance for Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism Research. In: AKHGAR, Babak and BREWSTER, Benjamin, (eds.) Combatting Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications (1613-5). Springer, 81-96.

WADDINGTON, David (2015). Backbone of the strike. In: CLAYTON, Ian and HANDFORTH, Margaret Rose, (eds.) Wisdom of our own: Living and learning since the miners' strike. Castleford, Route Publishing, 61-65.

WADDINGTON, David (2017). "Iron Hand": Representations and ramifications of the "Battle of Orgreave". In: ALLSOP, David, STEPHENSON, Carol and WRAY, David, (eds.) Justice denied: Friends, foes and the miners' strike. London, Merlin Press, 118-143.

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WADDINGTON, David (2017). The battle of Orgreave: Afterword. In: PAGE, R, (ed.) Protest: Stories of resistance. Manchester, Comma Press, 366-374.

WADDINGTON, David (2017). An open and shut case? Reappraising "conspiracy" and "cockup" theories of the 1984-5 miners' strike. In: ALLSOP, David, STEPHENSON, Carol and WRAY, David, (eds.) Justice denied: Friends, foes, and the miners' strike. London, Merlin Press, 97-117.

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WAUDBY, Carolyn (2017). Dali's Rose. In: KENNARD, Luke and SWIFT, Todd, (eds.) The Best New British & Irish Poets 2017. London, Eyewear, p. 130.

WHITE, Darcy and GOLDIE, Chris (2017). Northern light: Landscape photography and the north. In: ROBINSON, Andrew, (ed.) Northern Light: Landscape Photography and the North. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University. (In Press)

Monograph

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ROBINSON, Andrew (2018). Northern Light: Landscape, Photography and the North. Other. Sheffield, Media Arts and Communication, Sheffield Hallam University.

Conference or Workshop Item

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BALLIN, Deborah and JOHNSON, Esther (2017). Echoes of protest : conference presentation. In: IOHA 2018 Memory and Narration, Jyvaskyla, Finland, June 18-21 2018. (Unpublished)

BLACK, Jack (2013). 'Narratives of Empire': An investigation into the English national press coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Ceremonies. In: Olympic Legacies: International Conference – Impacts of Mega-Events on Cities, University of East London, London, UK, 4-6 September 2013. (Unpublished)

BLACK, Jack (2013). 'Narratives of Empire': An investigation into the English national press coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Ceremonies. In: BSA Teaching Group Regional Day Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK, 15 June 2013. (Unpublished)

BLACK, Jack (2013). 'Narratives of Empire': An investigation into the English national press coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Ceremonies’. In: Britishness in the 21st Century, Keele University, Keele, UK, 19 June 2013. (Unpublished)

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CIOLFI, Luigina and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2017). Flash Fiction Exploring the Blurring of Work and Life. In: Workshop Design Fiction for Mixed-Reality Performances at CHI 2017, Denver, 06 May 2017. (Unpublished)

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CUNLIFFE-CHARLESWORTH, Hilary and HALL, Christopher (2016). 'Have you read the small print?' Challenges and ethics of Technology Enhanced Learning in Higher Education. In: Inspire- sharing great practice in arts and humanities teaching and learning, Brighton, UK, 3-4 March 2016. (Unpublished)

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GREEN, Geffrey (2017). Art, Technology and Ideation. In: The 5th International Conference for Asia Pacific Arts Studies (ICAPAS), Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Oct 17th, 2017. (Unpublished)

HARTLE, Stephanie (2017). Digging up the Left-Wing Corpse: Reenactment and Melancholia in Jeremy Deller's The Battle of Orgreave. In: The Left Conference : Photography and Film Criticism, Lisbon, Portugal, 16-18 November 2017. (Unpublished)

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JOHNSON, Esther (2016). Alone together, the social life of benches : how filmmaking can help to tell detailed and nuanced stories about encounters, exclusion and wellbeing in outdoor spaces. In: Well-being 2016, Co-creating Pathways to Well-being, Birmingham City University, 5-6 September 2016.

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JOHNSON, Esther (2017). Asunder. In: The Sound Of Memory Symposium: Sound-track / Sound-scape 2017, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 22nd April 2017 - 24th April 2017. (Unpublished)

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JOHNSON, Esther (2017). Asunder · conference presentation. In: IOHA 2018 Memory & Narration : XX International Oral History Association Conference, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 18-21 June 2018. (Unpublished)

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JOHNSON, Esther and ROGALY, Ben (2017). Alone together: the social life of benches. In: Practices of belonging, practices of place Conversations in film & research 2017, Goldsmiths University of London, 8 November 2017. (Unpublished)

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ROBINSON, Andrew (2016). Photography, Urbex and the Post-Industrial Landscape. In: Back Then: A Celebration of Art and Engineering, Gripple, Savile St E, Sheffield S4 7UQ, 22nd March 2016.

Authored Book

CARR, Allie (2018). Viewing pleasure and being a showgirl : how do I look? Sexualities in society . London, Routledge.

Edited Book

BRIDGEN, Elizabeth and VERCIC, Dejan, eds. (2017). Experiencing public relations: International voices. Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge.

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BADCOE, Rosemary, WILLIAMS, Noel and WAUDBY, Carolyn, eds. (2016). Millstone Grit. Sheffield, Antiphon Press.

WHITE, Darcy and GOLDIE, Chris, eds. (2017). Northern Light: Landscape, Photography and Evocations of the North. Germany, Transcript Verlag. (In Press)

Artefact

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ROBINSON, Andrew (2016). An Idea of North. [Artefact]

Show/Exhibition

BACCHUS, Daniel, GREEN, Dominic and SCHREUR, Marcel (2018). Life is Beautiful. Always. [Show/Exhibition]

BACCHUS, Daniel, GREEN, Dominic and SCHREUR, Marcel (2018). Life is Beautiful. Always. VR Exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]

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LAZENBY, Michele (2017). Jupiter (from SOLAR: Walking at the Speed of Light). [Show/Exhibition]

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LAZENBY, Michele (2016). Northern Light Contemporary Landscape Photography exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]

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LAZENBY, Michele (2016). Trees at Risk. [Show/Exhibition]

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ROBINSON, Andrew (2017). Northern Light - Website Gallery. [Show/Exhibition]

Video

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GENT, Susannah (2017). Influence of Mars. [Video] (Unpublished)

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GENT, Susannah (2016). Unhomely Street. [Video] (Unpublished)

HALL, Christopher (2016). Albert @ SHU. [Video]

HALL, Christopher (2016). Popcorn. [Video]

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JOHNSON, Esther (2017). Retreating the Line. [Video]

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JOHNSON, Esther, STANLEY, Bob and WIGGS, Pete (2017). Abstractions of Holderness. [Video]

PONS, Colin, DEBBIE, Howard and POLLY, Perkins (2016). Feature Film 'Still Loved'. [Video]

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ROBINSON, Andrew (2017). 53.398322, -1.776431 (from 'Beyond The Trees'). [Video]

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SPENCE, Peter (2018). The Archive. [Video]

WATSON, Annie (2017). Discovered on Mercury: 20 metres of water ice and a dark intriguing organic matter. [Video]

WATSON, Annie (2016). Four Parts. [Video]

WATSON, Annie (2016). Queen of Air. [Video]

WATSON, Annie (2017). Saturn, the disco planet. [Video]

WATSON, Annie (2016). Shoes that walk alone. [Video]

WATSON, Annie (2015). Speak Plainly Today. [Video]

Other

WATSON, Annie, LEE, Jeremy, PARKIN, Mark, GENT, Susannah, ROBINSON, Andrew, ROBINSON, Sonya and LAZENBY, Michele (2017). SOLAR - a walking app. Sheffield Hallam University Catalyst Fund.

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