A large part of this research derives from the results of my PhD project, which was very generously funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, as well as a grant from University College London's Graduate School. I am also very grateful to York University for hosting the annual Heritage Jam, creating a space for some of these projects to be experimented with and extended.
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