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The Last Slave Ship: A Practice-Led Exploration, Via The Production Of A Literary Artefact, Into The Possibility Of Harnessing Tonal Signifier Texts To Make A Creative Intervention Into The Cultural Amnesia Surrounding Liverpool's Slaving Past: Exegesis And The Last Slave Ship: Phd Core Creative Text, Martin Edward Chatterton Jan 2017

The Last Slave Ship: A Practice-Led Exploration, Via The Production Of A Literary Artefact, Into The Possibility Of Harnessing Tonal Signifier Texts To Make A Creative Intervention Into The Cultural Amnesia Surrounding Liverpool's Slaving Past: Exegesis And The Last Slave Ship: Phd Core Creative Text, Martin Edward Chatterton

Theses

Liverpool’s pivotal role in the Atlantic Slave Trade has become dessicated through musealisation, and a dominant white identity; a situation which has resulted in the marginalisation of Liverpool’s black population. This thesis is a practice-led exploration into harnessing tonal signifier texts to make a creative intervention into the cultural amnesia surrounding Liverpool’s slaving past. The thesis attempts to suggest an alternate discourse by translating Antony Gormley’s “things which cannot be articulated” into a novel, referencing the politics of civil disobedience, micro nationhood, identity, memory, and texts that engage with Machery’s “ideological necessity” of silence.


The Missed Encounter: An Autoethnographic A/R/Tographic Portrayal Of Diarized Posttraumatic Growth In The Context Of The Mother-Daughter Dyad., Marion Evelyn Piper Jan 2017

The Missed Encounter: An Autoethnographic A/R/Tographic Portrayal Of Diarized Posttraumatic Growth In The Context Of The Mother-Daughter Dyad., Marion Evelyn Piper

Theses

This thesis is an arts-based educational research inquiry that portrays a journey of diarised posttraumatic growth in the context of the mother-daughter dyad. Using an autoethnographic methodology enacted through the living inquiry of a/r/tography, a creative work was produced, namely an artist’s book titled M/other, which unravels the story of the researcher’s relationship with her alcoholic mother, from the impact of childhood trauma to its repercussions in the present day. Portrayed through the lens of loss, M/other contains in poetry, creative writing, photography and film, a narrative retelling of the lived experience of a ...