Mock-up Booklet: 'Leeds Radicals'

An incomplete mock-up of a booklet originally intended to accompany a display on ‘Leeds Radicals’ at the University of Leeds’ 'Be Curious' research open day.

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An incomplete mock-up of a booklet originally intended to accompany a display on ‘Leeds Radicals’ at the University of Leeds’ Be Curious public research open day and Leeds Libraries’ exhibition Radical Printing in Leeds (both cancelled).

The booklet was originally intended to be printed in two-colour riso with support from Footprint Workers Cooperative.

I have also uploaded the mock-up of the display boards intended for Be Curious.

Jennifer McIlwrath Hurst

Undergraduate Researcher, University of Leeds

Hello! I'm a Liberal Arts History major student, currently researching the medieval - and medievalism - in Leeds’ tangible and intangible urban landscape. I am investigating the landscape and buildings of medieval Leeds, Victorian Leeds, and present-day Leeds - and considering how all three intersect and inform both each other, and constructions of local identity and place. ​                                                                                      I am also interested in the broader utility of medievalism to nationalism, and the creation of national identities - and the impact of this on the contemporary political landscape of the UK and Ireland. I'm passionate about the utility of heritage studies and the importance of historical contextualization to political decision making - from urban planning to national policymaking.

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