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Marginalia: graffiti, urban coding and the semiotics of the street.

titleMarginalia: graffiti, urban coding and the semiotics of the street.
description Final version of the historical narrative non-fiction commissioned as part of the Arts & Humanities Research Council's Affective Digital Histories project.
placeLeicester;
typeTypescript
period1970-1979; 1980-1989; 1990-1999; 2000-2009; 2010-2019;
contributorsFowler, Corinne; Arts & Humanities Research Council;
languageEnglish
themesDe-Industrialisation
Digitisation noteFile created in Word (.docx) format and converted to PDF, September 2014.
rightsCopyright Kevan Manwaring. All rights reserved
Metadata licenseYou can re-use this metadata record under a Creative Commons Zero ‘no rights reserved’ licence: http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0
Contact notePlease contact library@le.ac.uk with enquiries
CreatedMon, 03 Nov 2014 17:28
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