Title'Stories of Activism in Sheffield', University of Sheffield: oral history recordings
AdminHistoryThe ‘Stories of Activism in Sheffield’ project was a collaboration between local activists and campaigners and academics from the Centre for the Study of Democratic Culture and the Centre for Peace History from the Department of History, University of Sheffield. Over the course of several years, the project interviewed activists and collected and archived campaign paraphernalia (from c.1960 to the present day).
DescriptionAudio interviews with activists in Sheffield.

The interviews were conducted between Sep 2013 and Apr 2014 and used for the Stories of Activism City Walk created by River Wolton and Gary Rivett in 2014.

The interviews vary in length from about 30 minutes to two hours.

Funding for the project was provided by the University of Sheffield's Arts Enterprise programme.
Date2013 - 2014
Extent17 items
RelatedMaterialOther material donated to Sheffield Archives via the University of Sheffield's 'Stories of Activism' project:

Flyers and DVD of 'Allowed Out' - a multi-media performance of songs and stories of LGBT activism showcased at the University of Sheffield's Festival of the Mind, Firth Court, Sheffield 26 Sep 2012 (X581).

Hunters Bar and Sheffield Against the Poll Tax, 1989 - 1990 and Aids Coalition To Unleash Power (ACT-UP) [1980s/1990s] (X608)

Wildcat Cards, Sheffield, 1988 - 1994 (X649)
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