Esther Johnson and Debbie Ballin 'Echoes of Protest' at With Banners Held High
Event contact Esther Johnson
Esther Johnson (Reader in Media Arts) and Debbie Ballin (Senior Lecturer in Film and Media Production) will present work from their on-going collaborative research project Echoes of Protest at the below A Social Haunting? event at With Banners Held High.
Saturday 5 March 2016
Unity Works, Westgate, Wakefield, WF1 1EP
£8/£4 conc for the day · £8 in advance /£10 on the door for the evening fundraiser gig
11.40–12.50 in Room 5
A Social Haunting? The Psycho-Social Impact of the Miners’ Strike
Geoff Bright, Manchester Metropolitan University
Esther Johnson and Debbie Ballin, Sheffield Hallam University
Barbara Murgatroyd, Primary Headteacher
Echoes of Protest aims to understand the role protest can play in the politicisation of children and the long-term impact of its aftermath on their lives. The first stage of this research is an exhibition titled: A share of a pensioner’s Christmas ‘Bonus’ which premiered at the People’s History Museum Manchester in Dec 2015 – Jan 2016.