Materializing Sheffield: place, culture, identity

Materializing Sheffield explores Sheffield's history and identity in relation to its material culture and physical presence. It explores the interrelationship between materiality and memory and considers how the cityscape and material history (buildings, museum objects, arts works, or personal possessions) are perceived and experienced by different social groups.

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