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1. Lincolnshire exercise referral evaluation - Henderson, Hannah; Mullineaux, David
This document reports on evaluation work completed by the University of Lincoln through the School of Sport and Exercise Science. It examines data stored on the Lincolnshire Sports Partnership’s parachute system regarding patients attending Lincolnshire’s Exercise Referral (ER) Programme, a service funded by Public Health. The analysis was in response to specific questions determined by exercise practitioners, the Lincolnshire Sports Partnership and Public Health Lincolnshire. Data was analysed via a number of statistical methods including Chi-squared and Logistic Regression. The data spanned a period of 3.5 years and included all patients in the database starting a 12-week ER programme between...

2. Texts, printing and the book - Pollard, Finn
A bibliography with accompanying commentary of key publications relating to the field of texts, printing and the book in the Atlantic World.

3. John Adams - Pollard, Alistair Finn
A dictionary entry specifically focused on Adams as author.

4. Revolutionary education? If only - Amsler, Sarah
[Introduction] It sounds like the start of a good joke: a sociologist walks into a student union somewhere in the UK, Das Kapital and a map of (all of) Latin America under one arm, a giant stack of unmarked essays under the other. She approaches a huddle of students engaged in deep conversation, assuming they have been inspired by a recent lecture on experiments in participatory economics and guerrilla warfare. Instead, they accost her with advertisements of jobs for which they will not be qualified after completing their irrelevant degree, tear their essays out of her hands in a show...

5. Creative militancy, militant creativity and the new British student movement - Amsler, Sarah
[Conclusion] Tonight, the UK news media was for the first time in my memory dominated by the serious voices of students, on the streets, in debates with government ministers, performing their new possibilities. In England they now talk openly about bringing down much more than university tuition fees. They can sing, dance, speak -- and they understand critical theory, as well as know how to shelter behind it. Perhaps there is hope for a new education and a new politics after all.

6. Breaking silences on broken promises - Amsler, Sarah
At a recent seminar of the Campaign for the Public University, someone raised what is an increasingly pressing question. Why aren’t more academics speaking and acting out in greater earnest against the destructive policies of privatization, marketization and corporatization now being imposed on and from within universities? For unlike the remarkable new student movements and apart from professional projects to mitigate the excesses of the government’s programme of extreme neoliberalization, academic responses have been very muted indeed. Even within the critical corners of the universities, and outside of politicizing crises such as departmental closures or parliamentary votes, there have been...

7. Inequality, power and privilege in the struggle for the humanities - Amsler, Sarah
Sarah Amsler considers all the claims made about the New College and concludes that its greatest flaw is legitimising social inequalities in the pursuit of intellectual rigour.

8. The other really useful knowledge: revalorising critique in the university - Amsler, Sarah
[...] We need to reclaim the commons within the university, to establish it where it has never been, to clarify in which intellectual and professional values we should defend and which should be transformed, to articulate and build alternative relationships between universities and other social institutions, and subject all of this to ongoing public and professional scrutiny. [...]

9. Saving philosophy from the suits - Amsler, Sarah
The long march of market mechanisms through Britain's cultural institutions has accelerated. Is there a business/state case for philosophy and humanities?

10. The end [blog] - Pinchbeck, MIchael D.
Inspired by the stage direction from The Winter’s Tale, ‘Exit pursued by a bear’, The End explores endings and exits and asks why we perform and how we will know when to stop. Developed at The Junction (Cambridge), Brighton Dome and Festival, New Art Exchange and Lakeside Arts Centre (Nottingham). Commissioned by Chester Performs. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Selected for the British Council’s Edinburgh Showcase 2011.

11. The beginning - Blog entitled 'Making The beginning' - Pinchbeck, Michael D.
Inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Beginning is the second in a trilogy of works deconstructing Shakespearean stage directions. The Beginning was developed at Lakeside Arts Centre (Nottingham), Leeds Met Studio Theatre, Loughborough University and The Junction (Cambridge). Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and commissioned by the World Event Young Artists 2012. Selected for the British Council's Edinburgh Showcase 2013.

12. For the best [evaluation report] - Walsh, Aylwyn
The evaluation considered the long term arts process conducted by artist Mark Storor with patients on dialysis in the award winning production 'For the best in Liverpool'.

13. LaTour de Geffrye - Lawrence, Conan
Documented script of a promenade performance/performed tour of The Geffrye Museum, Kingsland Road, Hackney delivered on 25th July, 2009 as part of the heritage performance/site-specific performance project, "It Happened Here" (2009 -10). The process facilitated performances and tours by 12 - 19 year old residents of Hackney to develop a methodology capable of engaging young people in heritage sites and transfering the skills to become producers of their own creative work delivered to members of the public. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Hackney Heritage Built Environment Partnership.

14. It happened here: a template for process - Lawrence, Conan
A template for generating site-specific heritage-focused performances for a Heritage Lottery Funded process for 12 - 19 year olds in Hackney, London (2009 - 2010).

15. The collected letters of Robert Southey, part four: 1810-1815 - Packer, Ian; Pratt, Lynda
This project is a new, complete edition of all of the letters written by the controversial author and polemicist Robert Southey (1774-1843). Part four covers the years 1810-1815

16. Research and conservation of four spirit fresco mural at the Church of St. James the Less, New Mills, Derbyshire - Croft, Paul; Maloney, Jade
In 2011 Crick Smith conservation undertook a programme of research and conservation of a group of murals at The Church of St. James the Less, New Mills, Derbyshire. The murals were believed to have been executed by the Powell Brothers of Leeds using the Gambier Parry Spirit Fresco technique. This research is ongoing. Following an approved initial treatment proposal the conservation of the murals highlighted a few surprises, notably evidence of extensive over painting to all four in the past mimicking a faithful copy of the original design. This later layer was failing in areas revealing the original surface beneath. Samples...

17. Research and investigation and reinstatement of the early decorative scheme at the Church of St. James the Less, New Mills, Derbyshire - Croft, Paul
In 2011 Crick Smith conservation conducted architectural paint research on the extant decorative scheme at the Church of St. James the Less, New Mills, Derbyshire. This research concluded that a decorative scheme of c. 1880 lay under layers of modern decoration. Crick Smith were then commissioned to reveal sections of the earlier scheme and then to reinstate the original scheme in its entirety on one wall. Initial phase of the research consisted a programme of on site sampling of accumulated paint layers from key locations. Analysis of samples was undertaken by optical microscopy using a variety of different lighting techniques to...

18. Research and investigation of the colours used on a group of WW1 Renault FT tanks - Croft, Paul; Crick-Smith, Ian; Crick-Smith, Michael; Faulding, Rachel
In 2011 Crick Smith conservation were contracted by the Weald Foundation in association with the Bovington Tank Museum to research and investigate traces of extremely degraded paint layers on the panels of two dismantled FT-­‐17 tanks used during the First World War Introduced in 1918 the Renault FT-­‐17 was the world’s first tank produced with a rotating turret and had a major impact on the success of the allied campaign at the end of WW1. Nothing is known about the true camouflage colours used by the allies at this time and the science of effective camouflage was very much in its...

19. St George’s Theatre, Great Yarmouth [architectural paint research] - Crick-Smith, Michael; Crick-Smith, Ian; Faulding, Rachel; Croft, Paul
Draft St. Georges Theatre is a Grade 1 listed building built in 1714 as a chapel of ease and modelled on the church of St. Clement Danes in London, designed by Sir Christopher Wren

20. The Gaskell’s House, 84 Plymouth Grove, Manchester: an analysis of decorative finishes & wallpapers with focus on Elizabeth Gaskell’s period of occupancy (1850 – 1865) [architectural paint research] - Crick-Smith, Michael; Crick-Smith, Ian; Croft, Paul; Faulding, Rachel
This research forms part of an ongoing investigation and re-instatement of the historic appearance of The Gaskell’s House for the period of Elizabeth Gaskell’s occupancy. The research was based around the cross-sectional analysis of paint samples, supported by extensive archival research. In addition, onsite investigations revealed fragments of historic wallpapers and complex decorative treatments, which through further analysis and investigation were tied in with the relevant period. Analysis of the samples was undertaken by optical microscopy using a variety of different lighting techniques to reveal the chemical make up within the build up of individual paint layers.

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