12 Works

Interviews with Gillian Beecher in Cork, Ireland recorded on 13.02.2017 and 29.10.2017.

Ruth Beecher
Mrs Gillian Beecher talks to her daughter Ruth about her home Dalmally on the Ballinlough road in Cork, Ireland and about her mother and sister. She talks about going to church 'socials,' i.e. dances, and her friends and boyfriends in the 1960s. She recalls the stigma of her mother’s suicide in 1958 and her time in the Baptist Church in Cork. In the second interview, Mrs Beecher talks about attending Rochelle School in Cork in...

Observe record interpret: some examples of teaching sedimentology by distance learning - Supplementary data images

Charlie Bristow
Woburn sands virtual graphic log supplementary figures a-v The photographs show cross-stratified and bioturbated sands of the Woburn Sands that are Cretaceous (Aptian-Albian) in age. They were deposited within a tidal embayment which covered southern England at that time (Yoshida et al 2004).

Altered functional connectivity during speech perception in congenital amusia

Kyle Jasmin, Frederic Dick, Lauren Stewart & Adam Tierney
These are the data supporting the results of the paper titled "Altered functional connectivity during speech perception in congenital amusia" by Kyle Jasmin, Fred Dick, Lauren Stewart, and Adam Tierney.

A virtual graphic log for clastic sediments - Supplementary data images

Charlie Bristow
Supplementary figures Supplementary figure 1 Supplementary figure A Supplementary figure B Supplementary figure C Supplementary figure D Supplementary figure E Supplementary figure F Supplementary figure G This dataset consists of images which support the linked publication in Sedimentary Geology. The images are of clastic sediments, including cross-stratified sands and gravels of Holocene age that were deposited along the southern shores of palaeolake Mega-Chad.

Interview with Helen Lucey in Bath, England (via Skype) recorded on 28.02.2019.

Ruth Beecher
Helen was one of eight children born in London. Although her parents left Ireland in the forties, Ireland was always described as home. Helen's parents brought her eldest brother back to Ireland when he was six months old to be looked after by his grandmother until he was two which had a lifelong effect on him. Helen describes her teens and twenties in London and in Ireland where she spent every summer from age ten...

Interview with Rose Mitchell known as Billy Mitchell in Twickenham, England recorded on 23.04.2018.

Ruth Beecher
Dorothy Duffy interviewed her elder sister, Billy. The interview was about Billy from ages fifteen to twenty five and encapsulated her experience of growing up the second eldest in a family of ten. Her role as the 'girl' in the family helping to raise the younger children as they came along – the impact on her education – the genesis of a love for children and family. A free spirited teenager who always found a...

Interview with Eva Duffy recorded at Birkbeck, London on 12.06.2019

Ruth Beecher
Eva’s interview tells a story of growing up as one of five children in a small house in Finglas in Dublin in the 1970s and early 1980s. She talks about family life and her relationships with both her parents. Books were important to Eva from an early age and she was thrilled to study journalism in Dublin and later her love of language led her into a career in corporate communications. She contrasts the cultural...

Data Files for the Mapping Museums Report, March 2020

Fiona Candlin, Jamie Larkin, Andrea Ballatore & Alex Poulovassilis
This archive is part of Mapping Museums project (mappingmuseums.org). The Mapping Museums research project began in October 2016 and will conclude in September 2020. It is based at Birkbeck, University of London and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The project focuses on growth and change in the UK museum sector from 1960 to 2020 and it has four main outputs: - A database containing information on over 4,000 museums. This data...

Data files for \"Metal–silicate partitioning of W and Mo and the role of carbon in controlling their abundances in the Bulk Silicate Earth\", Jennings et al. (Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta)

E S Jennings, S A Jacobson, D C Rubie, Y Nakajima, A K Vogel, L A Rose-Weston & D J Frost
Supplementary tables S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6. These constitute the raw research data for the paper: "Metal–silicate partitioning of W and Mo and the role of carbon in controlling their abundances in the Bulk Silicate Earth" by Jennings et al. (Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta). Table S1: Details of methods Table S2: EPMA and LA-ICP-MS data for silicate and metal phases. See captions and paper for details. Table S3: Sources used for additional data used...

‘They’ve never been taught what feminism is’: the case for teaching feminism, gender issues, and related topics in school

Laura Stocker
Data collected for dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MSc Gender, Sexuality & Society at Birkbeck, University of London, September 30, 2020. Interview transcripts with 4 participants aged 19-20 regarding their awareness of feminism and the #MeToo movement in British Columbia, Canada, and the extent to which these topics are taught or discussed by teachers in high school; and 1 high school teacher who incorporates teaching about feminist philosophy...

Interview with Dorothy Duffy in Twickenham, England recorded on 08.05.2018.

Ruth Beecher
Emily Moss interviewed her mother, Dorothy Duffy. Dorothy’s interview tells a story of growing up as the youngest of 10 children in a West of Ireland family where the experience of love, loyalty and fun were set against the backdrop of significant family dysfunction and conflict with her father. This is underscored with rich commentary on the impact and prevalence more broadly of the restrictive and oppressive influences of the catholic church. There is reference...

Data for Are two cues always better than one: The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children’s incidental category learning

Hannah Broadbent & Tamsin Osborne
This is the data whose analysis is reported in the associated article that appeared in Cognition. It is essentially reaction time and accuracy data as well as age and gender information on the participants who took part in the study. See journal article for more detail.

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