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Nadia Sa'ade and Jamil Tewme, c.1930

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Ellie Stebbing & Jacob Norris
The image is a digital reproduction of a sepia photograph donated by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The image depicts Nadia Sa'ade and Jamil Tewme in a sepia image printed on a post card. Nadia was Katrina Sa'ade's second cousin, the daughter of her cousin Saleh Sa'ade and his wife Aziza (Yusuf) Murra.

This image exists as part of the Sa'ade Family collection within the Katrina Sa'ade project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.

Fred Farhat, c.1929

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Bea Brown & Jacob Norris
This image is a digital reproduction of a black and white photograph donated by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The photograph features a young Fred Farhat, the fourth of Katrina Sa'ade's children (the third who survived past infancy). It is likely that this photograph was taken whilst the family was living between California and Mexico.

This image exists as part of the Katrina Sa'ade and Her Children collection within the Katrina Sa'ade project of the Planet Bethlehem...

Khalil Attallah, Abdullah Hamdan and Hanya Teyah discussing the Ottoman period and World War I

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Bea Brown & Jacob Norris
Khalil Attallah, Abdullah Hamdan and Hanya Teyah interviewed by Fared Yousef.
They discuss the following: Ottoman rule in Bethlehem during World War I; Palestinian economic situation couldn’t handle the war; Ottoman authorities stole from the people; trade and industry declined; when the Ottomans entered the war the situation worsened; spread of disease and the locust plague destroyed all the food; forced military conscription – Arabs who were recruited were treated badly and some ran away...

Research data for research paper: Neural coding in the visual system of Drosophila melanogaster: How do small neural populations support visually guided behaviours?

Alex Dewar, Antoine Wystrach, Andy Philippides & Paul Graham
RFs.zip: The Drosophila RFs (kernels) used in the simulations (MATLAB data file) + MATLAB script to show how they were resized
fig3_stimuli.zip: Stimuli used for Figure 3
fig4_trainingdata.mat: Training data for ANNs in Figure 4 (MATLAB data file)
fig5_stimuli.zip: Stimuli used for Figure 5
Abstract from research paper:All organisms wishing to survive and reproduce must be able to respond adaptively to a complex, changing world. Yet the computational power available is constrained by biology and evolution, favouring mechanisms that...

Data used in figures for paper: PicoTesla absolute field readings with a hybrid 3He/87Rb magnetometer

Christopher Abel, Clark Griffith & G. Bison
Data used in figures for an article in The European Physical Journal D (EPJ D) (2019) 73:150.
https://arxiv.org/abs/1903.01492

For descriptions of the figures, please refer to the text of the paper.

Data file is tab delimited, units as indicated for each column, y-error bars given as 3rd column for figs. 5, 6, and 8, x and y error bars given as 3rd and 4th column for fig. 7.

Abstract:We demonstrate the use of a hybrid 3He/87Rb magnetometer to measure...

The exterior of the Nativity Church, c.1940-1946

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Natalia Garcia & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held in the Library of Congress.

The image depicts the Nativity Church, looking across Manger Square from the west, showing various people going to and from the church, as well as motor cars parked in the square. The photo shows Manger Square in its previous form before it was widened in the period 1955-66 (under Jordanian rule) by the demolition of the buildings on the southern side...

Farhat Family

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection consists of digitised photographs donated to the Planet Bethlehem Archive by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The images are photographs of the Farhat family - the family of Katrina Sa'ade's second husband. Katrina Sa'ade's life is the focus of this wider project within the Planet Bethlehem Archive. In 1921 she married Suleiman Jiryes Farhat in Long Beach California. Suleiman's family was from Ramallah, Palestine. They were farmers, raising mainly olives, grapes, figs and other fruit on...

Behavioural and signal flow diagram of experiment 2

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is the behavioural and signal flows diagram of the 2nd experiment of this PhD study

Dataset for Everyday Childhoods research project. David - Multimedia Data Presentation

Liam Berriman
A multimedia presentation of David's data created on Prezi. This item belongs to the Everyday Childhoods project dataset. For more information, click on the project or collection link.

Research data for paper: Meaning Is About Mattering: Evaluating Coherence, Purpose, and Existential Mattering as Precursors of Meaning in Life Judgments

Vlad Costin & Vivian Vignoles
These are the associated questionnaires and datasets for the manuscript with the same name, accepted for publication in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (published on 07/01/2019).
Please note that where questionnaire items are named "worth," these are the self-liking items described in the associated paper, and the "sig" items are the mattering items from the paper.
A copy of SPSS statistics is required to view the .sav files

Study 1 Questionnaire: This is the complete set...

Dataset for Everyday Childhoods research project. Lucien - Recursive Interview (embargo)

Liam Berriman
This data was collected as part of Lucien's recursive interview, carried out on the 02/09/2014 with Rachel Thomson. This item belongs to the Everyday Childhoods project dataset. For more information, click on the project or collection link.

George Harb giving a speech at the Frères school, 1965

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
These are digital reproductions of an image held in the private collection of George Harb.
These photographs were taken at an event in Bethlehem on 11 June 1965. The photos depict George Harb giving a speech and Bernard Rock, the audience and the director of the Frères school (pictured in 19ac, walking down the aisle).
George Harb became famous all over Bethlehem as a “khatib” (orator/public speaker) due to his specialism in the Arabic language and...

Katrina Sa'ade and Julia Kabande, c.1920

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Bea Brown & Jacob Norris
This image is a digital reproduction of a black and white photograph donated by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The photograph features Katrina Sa'ade (right) and her first child, Julia Kabande (left), from her marriage with Emelio Kabande. They were living in Long Beach, California, at the time.

This image exists as part of the Katrina Sa'ade and Her Children collection within the Katrina Sa'ade project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.

Star Street (1), Bethlehem, c.1900-1920

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held within the Library of Congress.

The image features a woman walking along Star Street in Bethlehem - the road that for centuries formed the main approach route into Bethlehem. The woman is wearing the cone-shaped shatweh headdress unique to married Bethlehem women. Rows of coins and other valuable items were sown into shatwehs to display the family's wealth.
This image is part of the Bethlehem Women...

Nativity recreation in Bethlehem, c.1898-1946

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Natalia Garcia & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held in the Library of Congress.

The image depicts a recreation of the Nativity in Bethlehem. The traditional attire is shown by the head cloth and rope, in which the male represents Joseph. The female is wearing a headdress, which shows religious significance. This is the cropped version of the original image.

This image exists as part of the Nativity Scenes collection within the Library of Congress...

Contestant at beauty pageant, 1970

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held in the private collection of George Harb.
This photograph shows a contestant receiving an award at a beauty pageant, held in June in 1970. The woman being awarded the prize is wearing a maxi dress that is very indicative of the style of the period. Maxi dresses with trailing chiffon sleeves were very popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
This image is part of...

Nadia Harb's graduation, Cairo, 1970

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
These are digital reproductions of items held in the private collection of George Harb.

These photographs were taken at the graduation of George Harb's sister Nadia who studied at the American University of Cairo and graduated in 1970. In the second photograph their mother stands to the left, Nadia in the centre and their brother Samir to the right.

These images are part of the George Harb Photos collection, within the George Harb project of...

Dataset for Everyday Childhoods research project. Sean - Family Interview

Liam Berriman
This data was collected as part of Sean's family interview, carried out on the 18/08/2014 with Liam Berriman. This item belongs to the Everyday Childhoods project dataset. For more information, click on the project or collection link.

Jose Kabande, c.1916

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Holly Stepp & Jacob Norris
This image is a digital reproduction of a black and white photograph donated by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The photograph is a portrait of Jose Kabande, one of Katrina Sa’ade’s brothers-in-law from her first marriage to Emilio Kabande.

This image exists as part of the Kabande Family collection within the Katrina Sa'ade project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.

Bethlehem from the south, 1945

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held within the Library of Congress.

The image depicts a woman collecting water from a well, to the south of Bethlehem (visible in the background). The woman is wearing traditional garments of Bethlehem. Bethlehem was one of the most famous centres for embroidery in Palestine, with its dresses produced in linen and silk. The short jacket (taqsireh) worn over a long sleeved, heavily embroidered dress with a...

Dataset for Everyday Childhoods research project. Abi - Day in a Life

Liam Berriman
This data was collected as part of Abi's day in a life observation, carried out on the 27/06/2014 with Sara Bragg. This item belongs to the Everyday Childhoods project dataset. For more information, click on the project or collection link.

Shepherds' fields, c.1925-1946

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Natalia Garcia & Jacob Norris

This is a digital reproduction of an image held in the Library of Congress. The image depicts a rural scene in Beit Sahour, a short distance east of Bethlehem and site of the biblical Shepherd's Field. This image exists as part of the Bethlehem People and Places collection within the Library of Congress project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.

Ruth the Moabitess and others, 1925-1946

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held within the Library of Congress.
The image depicts a woman playing the part of Naomi from the old testament book of Ruth. She is wearing traditional Bethlehem clothing including a bridal dress (malak) with an embroidered chest panel, a short jacket (taqsireh) and headscarf. The headdress is especially recognisable to the Bethlehem region and is otherwise known as the 'shatweh'. The shatweh is a headdress worn by...

Dataset for Everyday Childhoods research project. Sean - Favourite Things Interview

Liam Berriman
This data was collected as part of Sean's favourite things interview, carried out on the 13/03/2014 with Liam Berriman. This item belongs to the Everyday Childhoods project dataset. For more information, click on the project or collection link.

Dataset for Everyday Childhoods research project. Megan - Recursive Interview (embargo)

Liam Berriman
This data was collected as part of Megan's recursive interview, carried out on the 20/10/2014 with Liam Berriman. This item belongs to the Everyday Childhoods project dataset. For more information, click on the project or collection link.

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