Isabelle Carter, Elizabeth Craig-Atkins, et al.

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Roots and Futures is a collaboration between archaeologists at the University of Sheffield, community-based organisations Zest and KINCA, Kelham Island Museum, and heritage consultants at Ecus. The project explores the links between history, place and health and wellbeing by supporting and empowering local people to share their memories of Upperthorpe, Netherthorpe, Neepsend and Kelham Island, places that we refer to collectively throughout the report as ‘North Sheffield’. Through their stories, Roots and Futures sheds light on the aspects of archaeology and history that are most important and meaningful to communities today.The project is an example of direct engagement with people in North Sheffield. It began in Spring 2020 with the creation of the Roots and Futures app, which invited users...
Archaeology of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Levant
British history
Digital heritage
Heritage and cultural conservation
Historical archaeology (incl. industrial archaeology)
community
heritage
consultations
Place-Based Policies
Archaeology of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Levant
British History
Digital Humanities
Heritage and Cultural Conservation
Historical Archaeology (incl. Industrial Archaeology)

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