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Lucie Dutton, 'Maurice Elvey, a Film about Nelson and Quilting my Research'

In 1918, British director Maurice Elvey made a film about Admiral Lord Nelson, a film he had planned for five years. My research into this film and its production history led to a series of quite unexpected quilting projects, which are described on my blog: … 944 more words

Creative Histories

The Sewing Bea reblogged this on is there room for me to sew? and commented:

I have been so busy writing up my research this year that I haven't had much time for sewing or blogging. But this summer, I attended a great, thought-provoking conference about Creative Histories at the University of Bristol and gave a paper about my Nelson Quilt. Here is a summary of what I said. And, yes, lovely people are still sending me Nelsonia.....

The happiest chippy?

Kaiteriteri has been spoiling us with beautiful weather recently, makes for a perfect location to enjoy evening nosh! Unfortunately there were no Chippie’s or Dairy’s open past 7pm at the beach, so we had to make a little pit stop along the way for our fish and chips fix. 150 more words



When I first met my friend Anna,
I told her that I wanted to take photos of her,
(in the least creepy way that I could explain myself). 167 more words


Habitat loss & species extinction ... discussing Nelson's Brook Valley 'sanctuary' & 1080

Aerial Poisoning NZ

Published on Oct 29, 2017

Jenese and Jim talk about the effect of poisoning Brook Valley and poison industry in NZ. Please share these interviews if possible on facebook, google, email etc. 25 more words


Nelson (1980) Morality in Children


Jean Piaget suggested that morality gradually develops during childhood.

There are three stages:

  • Premolar Stage: from birth until 4-6 years.
  • Heteronomous Morality Stage: from 6 to 10 years – judgments based on outcomes rather than motives.
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AS Level Psychology

Developmental Psychology

The scientific study of how and why human beings change over the course of their life. It aims to explain how children and adults change over time. 314 more words