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Category Archives: Publicity
Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences: 17th July 2013 To mark the end of the three-year research project If the Shoe Fits: Footwear, Identity and Transition, funded by the ESRC, we are hosting an interdisciplinary symposium in conjunction with the Centre … Continue reading
This short film, produced by Sheffield Vision, introduces our research project at the University of Sheffield which is finding out how shoes contribute to people’s identities and the ways in which footwear enables them to move between different parts of … Continue reading
Location: Jessop West Foyer, University of Sheffield Exhibition: 6pm – 8.30pm, Talk: 7.15pm – 7.45pm On the 28th September we are putting on an exhibition showing some of our research as part of the Festival of the Mind Researchers’ Night. Our … Continue reading
‘Boots are made for talking, about who we are’ Review of Virginia Postrel’s Article for Bloomberg View
In April this year a group of American social psychologists published a study entitled Shoes as a Source of First Impressions. The study, conducted by the University of Kansas and Wellesley College, aimed to prove that people can make accurate assumptions about … Continue reading