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Wednesday 23 July Rediscovering the Lost casualties of the Battle of Chester Lecture by Bryan Sitch

See more talks like this in: arts / history / medieval


Wednesday 23 July ‘Machen’s London Adventure’ with Robert Kingham Launch event for new edition of Arthur Machen’s long out-of-print ‘The London Adventure’, a classic of psychogeographical writing.

See more talks like this in: society / london / psychogeography


Wednesday 23 July Touch and Reminiscence – Objects and Wellbeing Learn how historical objects can improve health outcomes and hear from speakers who have worked on object handling in different health settings at the Royal College of Nursing Library and Heritage Centre.

See more talks like this in: arts / finearts / film / film / history


Thursday 24 July New Visual Languages Landscape, Politics & The Lens Artist Corinne Silva, whose work features in the exhibition My Sister Who Travels, will be in conversation with scholar Eugenie Shinkle.

See more talks like this in: academic / academic / discussion


Wednesday 30 July The Big Debate: ‘Fantasy, reality and morality: what are the consequences of the moral decisions we Fantasy, reality and morality: what are the consequences of the moral decisions we make in virtual or online worlds?

See more talks like this in: academic / computerscience / web / internet






 

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