Items where Type is Other
Number of items: 40.
BATEMAN, Roger (2015). BioFurniture. Paris, France, CELC.
DHARMADASA, I, GUNARATNE, L., WEERASINGHE, A.R. and DEHERAGODA, K. (2015). Solar villages for sustainable development and reduction of poverty. [No Publisher]. (Unpublished)
MCENTAGGART, Patrick (2015). Atlantic Wall Data Souvenir. The Hague, Museon - Science Museum.
WATSON, Annie (2015). Where are the female directors in European films? : data mapping report with policy recommendations based on findings and best practice. European Women in Audio and Visual. (Unpublished)
BATTLE, Steve, KIRKBY, John and MACQUEEN, Peter (2014). Little Helper : packaging design and process innovation. Little Helper.
EDGAR, Matthew and BOWMAN, Pam (2014). Curated by... Sheffield, Visual Communication – Sheffield Hallam University.
KIRKBY, John, BATTLE, Steve and MACQUEEN, Peter (2014). FibreForm Paper ties (Design). Marks and Spencer.
MCENTAGGART, Patrick (2014). Hello Janjevo. The Ideas Partnership.
MURPHY, Tony and SAGE, Daniel (2014). Perceptions and ‘impacts’ of the REF: key aim for next round should be to explore apprehension and minimise anxieties. London, London School of Economics and Political Science : The Impact Blog.
O'BRIEN, Sinead (2014). istep.org.uk. Sheffield Hallam University.
PONS, Colin, HOWARD, Debbie and PERKINS, Polly (2014). Still Loved Participatory Web Site. Web, Studio Of the North/Big Buddah Films.
WAUDBY, Carolyn (2014). Threshold. Ilkley Literature Festival.
BROWN, Chloe (2013). Looking for Hyperborea.
DHARMADASA, I (2013). Solar villages for sustainable development. Association of Professional Sri Lankans in the UK.
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory, SOUTHCOMBE, Cliff and DICKINS, Nicci (2013). FairShares Model. FairShares Association Ltd..
WRIGHT, Chris (2013). An analysis of migration patterns of radiography undergraduates and return on investment. Society of Radiographers.
BENNETT, Luke (2012). Why do we only notice metal when it hurts? – Some sideways thoughts on metal theft. MetalTheft.Net.
CLARKE, David (2012). The National Archives UFO Project homepage. Kew, Surrey, The National Archives.
HEATH, Virginia (2012). Mystery Ride Feature Film. New Zealand Film Commission / Creative Scotland / Soda Pictures . (Submitted)
JOHNSON, Esther (2012). Chemistry of Incidence. S1 Artspace, Sheffield, Sheffield Fringe.
MCCORMACK, Col (2012). objectabuse.com. objectabuse.com.
GENT, Susannah (2011). The Uncanny, the abject and the incongruity theory of humour. SHU. (Unpublished)
HALL, Sheldon (2011). Blockbusters. New York, Oxford University Press.
JOHNSON, Esther (2011). 'Teenage Wildlife'. Margate, UK, Turner Contemporary.
WESTERMAN, Julie (2011). Brutalist speculations and flights of fancy. Site Gallery. (Unpublished)
YOXALL, Alaster (2011). DD CEN/TS 15945:2011 Packaging. Ease of opening. Criteria and test methods for evaluating consumer packaging. BSI.
COLEMAN, Richard, RAMCHANDANI, Girish, SHIBLI, Simon, MUNDAY, M, JONES, C and BROWN, A (2010). Event impact evaluation framework and toolkit. Event Impacts.
JOHNSON, Esther (2009). AXONOBUILD videotheque 13 June – 28 August 2009. Sheffield, Site Gallery.
JOHNSON, Esther and WILLIAMS, David (2009). Transfixed Motion | Transistory Still: SIA Gallery 03 April 2009–18 April 2009 Curated by Esther Johnson and David Williams. Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery, Sheffield Hallam University.
AYLOTT, Jill, BROWN, I, COPELAND, Robert and JOHNSON, David (2008). Tackling Obesities: The foresight report and implications for local government. Improvement and Development Agency for local government (IDeA).
BENNETT, Luke (2008). Metal theft - anatomy of a resource crime. Unpublished. (Unpublished)
HARRIS, Michael (2008). 'From One Extreme to Another'. . (Unpublished)
JOHNSON, Esther (2008). Teenage Wildlife Vidéothèque: Site Gallery 28 June-09 August 2008. Sheffield, Site Gallery.
KIVLAND, Sharon (2008). Reading Around, a project to celebrate World Book Day, initiated by CFPR, University of the West of England. CFPR.
KIVLAND, Sharon (2008). Transcript, a work made from 2007 to 2008 for the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London, during Kivland's Visiting Fellowship in the university. The final work, realised in January, remains in situ. University of London, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies.
KIVLAND, Sharon (2008). A Wind of Revolution Blows, exhibition catalogue, CHELSEA Space, London, text by Esther Leslie, illustrations by Sharon Kivland. London, CHELSEA Space.
RUST, Chris, MOTTRAM, Judith and TILL, Jeremy (2007). Review of practice-led research in art, design & architecture. UK, Arts and Humanities Research Council.
BURNETT, Catherine, MYERS, Julia and MERCHANT, Guy (2005). English and ICT. National Association for the Teaching of English.
RAMAMURTHY, Anandi (2005). Tandana-Glow worm archive of approximately 2000 documents relating to the Asian Youth Movements. Not specified.
CHAMBERLAIN, Paul (2003). Non-Luer medical connection system. Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)