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Bardsley, Julia

Action Lectures: Dickie Beau

02/12/2015

Julia Bardsley hosted and chaired an event with Dickie Beau as part of the new Action Lectures: Artists on Performance series initiated by Dominic Johnson at QMUL (12 February 2015).

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Testament

04/06/2014

Julia Bardsley acted as chair/interviewer for a post-show discussion of Testament, part of LIFT at the Barbican (4 June 2014).

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Inside Medea's Lab

05/08/2014

Julia Bardsley ran Inside Medea’s Lab: a salon for Pacitti Company Think Tank, Ipswich (8 May 2014).

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Ridout, Nicholas

I can't go on: What's behind stage fright?

08/03/2015

Nicholas Ridout was cited in Joan Acocella's New Yorker article on stage fright.

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Monks, Aoife

Freshwater

05/15/2012

Aoife Monks directed a rehearsed reading of Virgnia Woolf's Freshwater for Birkbeck Arts Week (15 May 2012)

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Boucicault

01/01/2013

Aoife Monks spoke on Boucicault for the Irish Literary Society, London (2013).

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Pre-Show Debate: 'The Damnation of Faust'

05/20/2011

Aoife Monks joined David Cairns (writer / Berlioz' biographer) and Leah Hausman (Associate Director) at the English National Opera to discuss Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust (May 2011)

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Pre-Show Debate: 'La Traviata'

02/13/2015

Aoife Monks joined Christina McGlynn, Head of Costume at the English National Opera to discuss La Traviata (February 2015)

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Interview with Fiona Shaw

09/28/2013

Aoife Monks interviewed actor and director Fiona Shaw for the Dublin Theatre Festival (28 September 2013)

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Speaker on Boucicault

04/01/2014

Aoife Monks spoke on Boucicault at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, as part of a symposium accompanying their production of Boucicault's The School for Scheming (April 2014).

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How do I feel about my research? It’s complicated

05/05/2015

Aoife Monks wrote in the Times Higher Education about some of the feelings and emotions that are associated with academic work (5 May 2015).

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Theatre Blog: Virginia Woolf's 'Freshwater'

05/23/2012

Aoife Monks wrote an article for The Guardian on performing Virginia Woolf's play Freshwater, which is "pretty terrible" but reveals the Bloomsbury Group's "silly side" (23 May 2012).

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Video in Performance

08/16/2013

Julia Bardsley featured as a presenter and a panel speaker at Performance & Technology Symposium: Video in Performance, World Stage Design Festival, Cardiff (16 August 2013).

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Performing from Myth

03/18/2013

Julia Bardsley led an artists' seminar on Performing from Myth: Sites of Instigation/Points of Departure, hosted by the Performance Research Group at King’s College London (18 March 2013).

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Davids, Nadia

Writing Home

07/19/2015

Nadia Davids was in conversation with renowned publisher and writer Margaret Busby for Writing Home, part of the Mandela Weekend at the Southbank Centre (19 July 2015).

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Out of Time & Place

07/19/2015

Nadia Davids talked with Yvette Christianse and Zoe Wicomb for Out of Time & Place, part of the Mandela Weekend at the Southbank Centre (19 July 2015).

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Writing a New South Africa

02/26/2015

Nadia Davids was interviewed by Thabiso Mohare for his BBC Radio 4 programme on South African writers (26 February 2015).

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Radio Interview

12/01/2014

Nadia Davids was interviewed by Nancy Richards on SAFM about her book, An Imperfect Blessing (December 2014).

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Radio Interview

11/01/2014

Nadia Davids was interviewed by Jenny Crwys Williams on Talk Radio 702 about her debut novel, An Imperfect Blessing (Nov 2014).

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South African Contemporary History and Humanities Seminar

05/13/2014

Nadia Davids was in conversation Imraan Coovadia at University of the Western Cape The South African Contemporary History and Humanities Seminar (13 May 2014).

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Harvie, Jen

Ai Weiwei Roundtable Series at the Royal Academy of Arts

10/17/2015

Jen Harvie chaired the discussion Performance of the Artist as part of a special events around the major Ai Weiwei retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts (17 October 2015).

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New Books in Critical Theory

02/09/2015

Jen Harvie discussed her book, Fair Play: Art, Performance, and Neoliberalism for the New Books in Critical Theory podcast (9 February 2015).

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On Publicness

09/29/2014

Jen Harvie chairs On Publicness in Tate Modern’s BMW Tate Live Talks series, with speakers Chantal Mouffe, Santiago Sierra, Claire Tancons, and Catherine Wood (29 September 2014).

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15 Minutes with...

09/01/2014

Jen Harvie and Dominic Johnson discuss publishing and Live Art in the Live Art Development Agency’s series 15 Minutes with... (1 September 2014).

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BBC Proms: Oscar Wilde in 1895

08/03/2015

Shahidha Bari appeared at a special event celebrating the 120th anniversary of the Proms, which debuted in 1895. 1895 was also a tumultuous year for Oscar Wilde, in which two of his most famous plays were first performed, and he underwent three trials in the High Court (3 August 2015).

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Saturday Review: Scandalous Lady W

08/15/2015

Shahidha Bari reviews BBC2's Scandalous Lady W on Saturday Review (15 August 2015).

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Front Row: Yves Saint Laurent

07/10/2015

Shahidha Bari reviews Yves Saint Laurent: Style is Eternal, a retrospective of the haute couture of Yves Saint Laurent at the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle (10 July 2015).

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Perfectly Imperfect: University Interviews

10/30/2014

Shahidha Bari contributed a piece to Times Higher Education commenting on the university interview: "Do we even know to what ends we ask the questions we do?" (30 October 2014).

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Knit Your Own Revolution

07/31/2014

Shahidha Bari contributed a piece to Times Higher Education reviewing the 'Disobedient Objects' exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and exhibition which contains "lightness alongside its serious intent" (31 July 2014).

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Front Row

10/14/2014

Shahidha Bari appeared on Front Row to review Here Lies Love at the National Theatre. Here Lies Love tells the story of Imela Marcos through the medium of disco (14 October 2014).

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Season of Academic Fruitfulness

09/18/2014

Shahidha Bari contributed an article in the Times Higher Ed about the pleasures and pains of the summer period for academics: "All things seem possible and impossible at once" (18 September 2014).

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Review of 'The Culinary Imagination

09/11/2014

Shahidha Bari reviewed Sandra M. Gilbert's The Culinary Imagination: From Myth to Modernity in the Times Higher Education. The book, which explores different cultures relationship with food, is described by Shahidha as "one of those curious books where you can happily pursue the exciting lines of enquiry set forth without being entirely sure of the ends to which you are heading" (11 September 2014).

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Front Row

08/29/2014

Shahidha Bari review new film Obvious Child, about a comedienne who faces some challenging realities when she discovers she's pregnant, on Radio 4's Front Row (29 August 2014).

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From shell shock to Shellac

07/01/2014

Matt Rubery writes about the role of the Great War in the birth of the talking book for BookBrunch (1 July 2014).

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Literary Controversies Since the Rushdie Affair

09/20/2012

Rehana Ahmed co-wrote an article for the Huffington Post on literary controversies since the fatwa placed on Salman Rushdie. The second in this pair of posts can be read here (20 September 2012).

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Muslims Protest Against H. G. Wells Book in 1930s Britain

09/19/2012

Rehana Ahmed co-wrote an article for the Huffington Post on literary controversies and religious protests. The first in this pair of posts can be read here (20 September 2012).

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Shelagh Fogarty on BBC Radio 5

05/21/2014

Matt Rubery appeared on Shelagh Fogarty's BBC Radio 5 show to discuss Braille, starting at 1.56 (21 May 2014).

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McAvinchey, Caoimhe

'Artful Measures: The Expert Fruitcake Workshop'

07/03/2015

Caoimhe McAvinchey was a guest speaker and workshop facilitator with Bobby Baker and Emma Cahill from Daily Life Ltd at Love Arts festival and symposium about arts and mental health, York St John's University (3 July 2015).

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'Our Country's Good: The Transformative Power of Arts'

10/14/2015

Caoimhe McAvinchey was a guest speaker at Our Country's Good: The Transformative Power of the Arts, a symposium organised by the National Theatre and the National Association for the Arts and Criminal Justice, National Theatre, London (3 July 2015).

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Magic Me Collaboration

01/01/2015

Caoimhe McAvinchey, in collaboration with Magic Me, developed and delivered CPD training about intergenerational arts practice for artists and staff working in cultural contexts (British Museum, Horniman, National Archives, Geffrye Museum, Museum of London, Dulwich Picture Gallery, National Trust, South Bank Centre, Hackney Museum) (2015).

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Women, The Criminal Justice System & The Arts

03/4/2015

Caoimhe McAvinchey joins Selina Busby, Marie Hutton, and Laura Caulfield to discuss female art projects within the criminal justice system (15 January 2015).

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Does the Digital Age Spell the End of Braille?

05/20/2014

Matt Rubery was interviewed in the Independent newspaper on the future of Braille and other technologies used to help the blind read (20 May 2014).

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Five Hundred Years of Friendship

03/28/2014

Tessa Whitehouse discussed her research on letters of friendship on BBC Radio 4's Five Hundred Years of Friendship. Skip to 47:55. (28 March 2014).

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The Venice Ghetto

03/06/2016

Jerry Brotton presented a programme on BBC Radio 3 to mark the 500th anniversary of the Venice Ghetto. Jerry finds that rather than living in isolation, the Jewish community of Venice was open to cultural exchange with Christian neighbours. It became a place of refuge and attracted Jewish migrants from other parts of Europe to live on the island in the city (6 March 2016).

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The Greatest Maps in History, Collected in One Fantastic Book

10/13/2014

Jerry Brotton was interviewed by Nick Stockton about the significance of maps and his book Great Maps (13 October 2014).

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Doce mapas que cambiaron el mundo

10/8/2014

Jerry Brotton's article on important maps was translated into Spanish and printed in El Mundo (8 October 2014).

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My Shakespeare: Othello

10/20/2014

Jerry Brotton appeared on Sky Arts 1's My Shakespeare: Othello. The programme saw actor David Harewood exploring the significance of the play and the character of Othello (20 October 2014).

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In the Footsteps of St Peter

04/05/2015

Jerry Brotton was a guest expert in the second episode of David Suchet's documentary tracing the life of the man we know today as Saint Peter (5 April 2015).

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My Shakespeare: King Lear

10/27/2014

Jerry Brotton appeared on Sky Arts 1's My Shakespeare: King Lear. The programme saw actor Christopher Plummer exploring the significance of the play, including interviews with Ian McKellen and others on playing the king (27 October 2014).

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Shakespeare and Islam

03/12/2014

Jerry Brotton gave a lecture on 'Shakespeare and Islam' at Utrecht University. The talk explores the performance of Islam in the work of Shakespeare – in the form of allusions to the Moor, and the less familiar Turk (12 March 2014).

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Original or Authentic? The Emergence, Formulation and Realisation of Ideas

02/21/2014

Jerry Brotton joined Bruno Latour, Adam Lowe and Simon Schaffer for an interdisciplinary presentation given due to Adam Lowe’s appointment as a visiting professor at Central Saint Martins (21 February 2014).

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Video Interview

02/16/2014

Warren Boutcher describes his recent research on the application of Alfred Gell's anthropological theory of art and agency to literature (February 2014).

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Book of the Week

02/17/2014

Barbara Taylor's The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in our Times was picked as book of the week, on BBC Radio 4's Book of the Week (February 2014).

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Stephen Nolan

02/15/2014

Barbara Taylor discussed the place of the mental asylum and the release of her book The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in our Times, on BBC Radio 5 live's Stephen Nolan programme (February 2014).

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Today

02/12/2014

Barbara Taylor debates the purpose of the mental asylum with Dr Peter Carter, chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, on BBC Radio 4's Today (February 2014).

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Robert Elms Show

02/05/2014

Barbara Taylor discussed the release of her book The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in our Times with Robert Elms, on BBC Radio London's Robert Elms Show (February 2014).

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Five Hundred Years of Friendship

03/28/2014

Barbara Taylor discussed the first meeting of Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin on BBC Radio 4's Five Hundred Years of Friendship. Skip to 51:35. (28 March 2014).

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Moncrieff

02/17/2014

Barbara Taylor discussed the release of her book The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in our Times, on NewsTalk's Moncrieff. Skip to 07:48. (February 2014).

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Newshour

02/09/2014

Barbara Taylor talked about the realities of Victorian Mental Asylums with James Coomarasamy, on The BBC World Service's Newshour. Skip to 40:45. (February 2014).

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Woman's Hour

02/06/2014

Barbara Taylor discussed the experiences recounted in her book The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in Our Times with Jenni Murray, on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour. Skip to 35:25. (February 2014).

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Stuart Hall Obituary

02/10/2014

Bill Schwarz wrote an obituary for Stuart Hall with David Morley in The Guardian (10 February 2014).

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15 Minutes With...

1/29/2014

Lois Weaver joined Lois Keidan of LADA to discuss platforms and support structures for young artists (January 2014).

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Q&A with Newspaper Researchers

01/08/2014

Matt Rubery took part in a short interview for Europeana Newspapers discussing old newspapers and modern reseatch techniques (8 January 2014).

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A Brief History of Cider

06/10/2012

Claire Preston explored the history of cider at the 2012 Hay Festival. Slides accompanying the talk can be downloaded here [PPT 7,068KB] (10 June 2012).

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Late Night Live

08/06/2013

Claire Preston joined Phillip Adams to discuss the significant role bees have played in the art, politics and social thought of human cultures, on ABC Radio National’s Late night Live (6 August 2013).

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The Century that Wrote Itself: The Rewritten Universe

04/17/2013

Claire Preston joined Adam Nicolson to explore the 17th Century’s conflicting attitudes towards the nature of reality on BBC4’s The Century that Wrote Itself (17 April 2013).

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Night Waves

01/13/2009

Barbara Taylor discusses the concept of kindness with Philip Dodd and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips, on BBC Radio 3's Night Waves (January 2009).

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Interview

03/01/2009

Barbara Taylor had an interview with BBC Radio Leeds (March 2009).

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Interview

04/01/2009

Barbara Taylor was interviewed on Norwegian radio station NRK (March 2009).

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In Our Time

12/31/2009

Barbara Taylor joins Melvyn Bragg and guests John Mullan and Karen O'Brien to discuss the life and ideas of Mary Wollstonecraft, on BBC Radio 4's In Our Time (December 2009).

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Woman's Hour

03/10/2011

Barbara Taylor discusses Mary Wollstonecraft's early life with Jenni Murray and Roberta Wedge, on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour (March 2011).

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The Radio 4 Psalter

08/06/2014

Ruth Ahnert and Tamara Atkin contributed to a Radio 4 documentary, The Radio 4 Psalter, in which Michael Symmons Roberts describes the beauty of Psalters and sets out to make his own for radio (6 August 2014).

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Psalms Podcast

09/20/2013

Ruth Ahnert and Tamara Atkin discuss the enduring legacy of the book of Psalms into the present day (September 2013).

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Psalms Podcast

09/20/2013

Ruth Ahnert and Tamara Atkin discuss their recent conference, 'Psalm Culture and the Politics of Translation' (September 2013).

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Video Interview

09/20/2013

Ruth Ahnert discussed her book The Rise of Prison Literature in the Sixteenth Century for Faculti Media. Her book argues that the English Reformation established the prison as an influential literary sphere (September 2013).

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The Human Copying Machine

11/01/2014

Tiffany Watt Smith appeared at BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking Festival of Ideas at Sage, Gateshead explore our practices of imitation. The talk was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on 3rd November (1 November 2014).

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Powerful Emotions

06/01/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith was interviewed in Psychologies Magazine about 'Powerful Emotions', and why history can help us understand them. (June 2015).

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From 'basorexia' to 'cyberchondria'

01/17/2016

Tiffany Watt Smith was interviewed for a Daily Mail Australia article on 'the bizarre words that sum up your most indescribable and commonly felt emotions' (17 January 2016).

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How Language Influences Emotion

12/17/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith was interviewed for The Atlantic about her Book of Human Emotions (17 December 2015).

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Why We Need to Feel A Range of Emotions

01/11/2016

Tiffany Watt Smith wrote for The Pool about "emodiversity": the benefits of feeling a range of emotions (11 January 2016).

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How To Let It All Out

10/02/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith wrote for The Big Issue on how increasing our emotional vocabulary can illuminate quieter passions and open up new feelings to enjoy (2 October 2015).

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Buzz words : How Language Creates Your Emotions

09/16/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith wrote a piece for The New Statesman exploring how the ways in which we speak about our feelings might influence how we feel them (16 September 2015).

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The Human ‘copying machine’: Mimicry, Medicine and Theatricality

01/01/2012

Tiffany Watt Smith wrote a piece for Wellcome History on mimicry and theatricality (2012).

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The Science of Baby Laughter

11/15/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith wrote a presented a Sunday Feature on BBC Radio 3 exploring the science of baby laughter (15 November 2015).

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The Book of Human Emotions

09/21/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith was interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour about her Book of Human Emotions (21 September 2016).

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The History of Emotions

09/16/15

Tiffany Watt Smith took part in a panel discussion on the history of emotions for BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking (16 September 2015).

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Touch and Emotion

07/01/15

Tiffany Watt Smith took part in a panel discussion on touch and emotion for BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking (1 July 2015).

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The Human Copying Machine

11/03/2014

Tiffany Watt Smith appeared on BBC Radio 3's The Essay to discuss her research on the human copying machine (3 November 2014).

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On mimicking

09/22/13

Tiffany Watt Smith appeared on Australia ABC's The Body Sphere to discuss the history of mimicking (22 September 2013).

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The Book of Human Emotions

09/14/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith discussed her Book of Human Emotions on Newstalk's Moncrieff (14 September 2015).

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From Schadenfreude to ringxiety: an encyclopedia of emotions

09/11/2015

Tiffany Watt Smith had extracts of her Book of Human Emotions serialised in the Guardian (11 September 2015).

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The words that describe your indescribable feelings

01/25/2016

Tiffany Watt Smith appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live to discuss her new book, The Book of Human Emotions (25 January 2016).

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Unthinkable: How many emotions can one person feel?

01/27/2016

Tiffany Watt Smith was interviewed for the Irish Times on her research into human emotions (26 January 2016).

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BBC News Magazine - The Human Copying Machine

11/02/2014

Tiffany Watt Smith contributed an extended article to BBC News Magazine exploring the history of mirror responses in science and art (2 November 2014).

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War Neuroses and Shell Shock

07/03/2014

Tiffany Watt Smith appeared on BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking to comment on War Neuroses, a celebrated cinematic account of shell shock and its treatment (3 July 2014).

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Boredom

04/07/2014

Tiffany Watt Smith was interviewed about the history of boredom on BBC World Service programme The Why Factor (7 April 2014).

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In the Interest of Boredom

01/05/2014

Tiffany Watt Smith appeared on Radio 4's Something Understood to discuss the concept of bordeom (5 January 2014).

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The Body Sphere - ABC Radio

09/22/2013

Tiffany Watt Smith appeared on The Body Sphere on Australia's ABC radio to discuss the cultural history of mimicking (22 September 2013).

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Proms Plus Literary

08/11/2014

Shahidha Bari presented a show on BBC Radio 3 on the centenary of Dylan Thomas in which the current National Poet of Wales, Gillian Clarke, and the painter, Peter Blake, discuss Thomas's life and work (11 August 2014).

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Saturday Review

08/16/2014

Shahidha Bari appeared on Saturday Review to review Joseph O'Neill's new book, The Dog (16 August 2014).

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Front Row

06/17/2014

Shahidha Bari appeared on Front Row to review Making Colour, a new exhibition at the National Gallery analysing the variety of raw materials used by artists across the centuries to provide colour in paintings and other works of art (17 June 2014).

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Front Row

04/23/2014

Shahidha Bari appeared on Front Row to review the Joanna Hogg film Exhibition (23 April 2014).

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From Our Own Correspondent

03/22/2014

Shahidha Bari discussed sultry camels and desert wifi in the UAE for From Our Own Correspondent (22 March 2014).

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Poetry Idol

03/29/2014

Shahidha Bari explored poetry in the Middle East, and visited Abu Dhabi to join the audience of 'Million's Poet', a massive televised competition to find the best poet in the Middle East (29 March 2014).

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The Button Box: Lifting the Lid on Women’s Lives

02/23/2016

Shahidha Bari wrote an article in the Financial Times reviewing ‘The Button Box: Lifting the Lid on Women’s Lives’, by Lynn Knight, which traces the story of women at home and in work from pre-First World War domesticity to sexual liberation in the sixties. (23 February 2016).

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Sew What?

04/23/2014

Shahidha Bari wrote an article about the Great British Sewing Bee for iai news (23 April 2014).

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The Hamlet Doctrine

10/21/2013

Shahidha Bari joined Simon Critchley and Jamieson Webster at the London Review Bookshop to explore the relevance of Shakespeare's Hamlet in the modern world (21 October 2013).

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Front Row

11/06/2013

Shahidha Bari appeared on Front Row to review 'nut', the new play by Olivier award-winning playwright Debbie Tucker green (06 November 2013).

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Front Row

09/26/2013

Shahidha Bari appeared on Front Row to review a new film by Margarethe von Trotta exploring Hannah Arendt's experience of covering Adolf Eichmann's war crimes trial for the New Yorker (26 September 2013).

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Front Row

07/19/2013

Shahidha Bari appeared on Front Row to review Wadjda, the first film from Saudi Arabia to be directed by a woman, Haifaa Al Mansour (19 July 2013).

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Magic and Mischief from Africa

07/18/2013

Shahidha Bari contributed an article to Times Higher Education reviewing exhibitions by Ibrahim El-Salahi and Meschac Gaba at the Tate Modern (18 July 2013).

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Grains of Truth

03/06/2014

Shahidha Bari talks about deserts and academia in the Times Higher Education (6 March 2014).

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Fashion after Freud (or, Dressing up Descartes): The Clothes we Love and Live in

5/26/2013

Shahidha Bari gave a talk, 'Fashion after Freud (or, Dressing up Descartes): The Clothes we Love and Live in', at the How the Light Gets in Philosophy and Music Festival. The talk investigated the philosophical signifiance of the clothes we live in (26 May 2013).

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Participation Rates: Now we are 50

7/25/2013

Shahidha Bari contributed to an article in the Times Higher Education on university participation rates (25 July 2013).

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Front Row

7/1/2013

Shahidha Bari appeared on BBC Radio 4's Front Row to review a new exhibition at the Tate Modern by Sudanese painter Ibrahim El-Salahi (1 July 2013).

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Front Row

4/16/2013

Shahidha Bari appeared on BBC Radio 4's Front Row to review Saloua Raouda Choucair's new exhibition at Tate Modern (16 April 2013).

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Front Row

5/9/2013

Shahidha Bari appeared on BBC Radio 4's Front Row to review The Reluctant Fundamentalist, a new film starring Riz Ahmed and Kate Hudson. The film, an adaptation of Mohsin Hamid's novel, explores how society's responses to Changez, a young Pakistani man, change following 9/11 (9 May 2013).

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Scents and Sensibility

04/06/2013

Catherine Maxwell gave a public lecture, 'Scents and Sensibility: The Fragrance of Decadence' at the Dimbola Museum and Art Galleries on the Isle of Wight (6 April 2013).

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Sea Without Shore

05/03/2015

Catherine Maxwell was part of a Q&A panel following the screening of Sea Without Shore (dir. André Semenza and Fernanda Lippi), at the Barbican. The focus was on the use of poetry in the film (5 March 2015).

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Public Engagement: 'Difficulty is what academics deal in'

5/28/2013

Shahidha Bari writes for The Guardian about the pleasures and pitfalls of being a 'media academic' (28 May 2013).

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Saloua Raouda Choucair

5/9/2013

Shahidha Bari contributed an article to Times Higher Education on Lebanese artist Saloua Raouda Choucair who, at 97, has got her first major museum exhibition at the Tate Modern (9 May 2013).

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Front Row: Utopias in Fiction

01/21/2016

Jerry Brotton appeared on BBC Radio 4's Front Row to mark the 500th anniversary of Thomas More's Utopia (21 January 2016).

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Why Are Maps Still So Powerful?

11/11/2013

Jerry Brotton joined Rana Mitter and Dr Vanessa Lawrence to dicuss the power and ownership of maps from ancient atlases to satnav on BBC Radio 3's Night Waves (11 November 2013).

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Front Row

09/05/2013

Jerry Brotton reviewed Christopher Marlowe's Edward II on BBC Radio 4's Front Row (05 September 2013).

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The Secret, Contentious History of Maps

11/30/2013

Jerry Brotton's A History of the World in 12 Maps is reviewed in The Daily Beast by Kevin Canfield (30 November 2013).

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A History of the World in Twelve Maps

11/15/2013

Jerry Brotton wrote an article discussing twelve maps from the age of Ptolemy to Google Earth, for TIME: Ideas (15 November 2013).

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The Town That Loves Books: BBC Arts at Hay

06/01/2014

Jerry Brotton discussed Shakespeare on The Town That Loves Books: BBC Arts at Hay on BBC Four (1 June 2014).

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Perpetually Watch Again

06/02/2014

Jerry Brotton appeared on Perpetually Watch Again on BBC Arabic TV (audio in Arabic) (2 June 2014).

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Branching Out: Mapping Human Imagination, Exploration and Innovation

03/14/2013

Jerry Brotton joined Mike Parker to discuss maps and mapping at the LSE literary festival (14 March 2013).

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Video Interview

05/04/2013

Jerry Brotton discusses maps and his research in a video interview by Faculti Media (04 May 2013).

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'History of the World in 12 Maps' & Irish Cartography

05/07/2013

Jerry Brotton delivered a public lecture, 'History of the World in 12 Maps and Irish Cartography', at the Mercator Museum, Sint-Niklaas (7 May 2013).

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A History of the World in 12 Maps

11/21/2012

Jerry Brotton gave a public talk about his book, 'A History of the World in 12 Maps at Stanfords Bookshop in Covent Garden (21 November 2012).

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Literary and Cultural Festivals 2013

01/01/2013

Jerry Brotton gave talks, interviews, and lectures at a range of literary and cultural festivals in 2013, including Stony Brook Festival, LSE Literary Festival (28/02/2013), Bath Literary Festival (03/03/2013), Hay Festival (01/06/2013), York Festival of Ideas (17/06/2013), Chalke Valley History Festival (24/06/2013), Warwick Book Festival (15/06/2013), and the Edinburgh International Book Festival (22/08/2013).

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Shakespeare Uncovered: The Tempest

07/03/2012

Jerry Brotton appeared as a guest on Shakespeare Uncovered: The Tempest, in which Trevor Nunn explored the magical and mysterious world created in Shakespeare's last complete play (03 July 2012).

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Video Interview

05/04/2013

Jerry Brotton discusses maps and his book, A History of the World in Twelve Maps, in a video interview by Faculti Media (04 May 2013).

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Mapping Ulster

04/29/2013

Jerry Brotton presented a 60 minute document on BBC One Northern Ireland on 'Mapping Ulster'. The programme explored the history of Northern Ireland through surviving maps (29 April 2013).

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Einstein's Fridge

02/03/2016

Katy Price appeared on BBC Radio 4's Science Stories to talk about Einstein's fridge (3 February 2016).

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Loving Faster Than Light: Romance and Readers in Einstein’s Universe

01/09/2013

Katy Price appeared on the New Books in Science, Technology, and Society podcast to discuss her book, Loving Faster than Light: Romance and Readers in Einstein's Universe (9 January 2013).

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Victorian Science Spectacular

09/01/2012

Katy Price took part in a Victorian Science Spectacular, demonstrating a phonograph and reading a magic lantern lecture (September 2012).

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Video Interview

05/27/2013

Katy Price discusses her research and a recent article, 'William Empson, Ants and Aliens' in this video interview (27 May 2013).

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The Rise and Rise of Performance Poetry

07/10/2015

Peter Howarth contributed an article to the Independent for National Poetry Day. The article explored the continuing success of performance poetry (7 October 2015).

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On Nicholas Moore

09/24/2015

Peter Howarth wrote an article for The London Review of Books on the poet, Nicholas Moore (26 September 2015).

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Both Sides of the Footlights

09/09/2015

Peter Howarth blogged for Stylus on the Poets' Theatre, a small Harvard drama group (9 September 2015).

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Electroplated Fish Knife

05/31/2015

Peter Howarth wrote an article reviewing the Selected Poems of Robert Graves for the London Review of Books (31 May 2015).

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Holy Apple Pie!

05/15/2014

Peter Howarth reviewed the Cambridge Edition of D H Lawrence’s Collected Poems for the London Review of Books (15 May 2014).

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Video Interview

05/21/2013

Katy Price discusses her research and her book Loving Faster than Light: Romance and Readers in Einstein's Universe in this video interview (21 May 2013).

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Royal Society Public Lecture

04/26/2013

Katy Price delivered a public lecture at the Royal Society on 'The Popular Reception of Relativity in Britain'. The lecture explored responses of journalists, science writers, and popular fiction writers to the theory of relativity (26 April 2013).

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National Theatre

4/23/2013

Michael McKinnie contributed to a short video for the National Theatre on Positioning The Shed. The video examines the position of, and inspiration behind, The Shed, a new temporary theatre space on the South Bank in front of the National Theatre building (23 April 2013).

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Public Seminar: Research Henry Crabb Robinson

4/17/2013

James Vigus gave a paper within the public Seminar in Dissenting Studies series held at Dr Williams’s Library, London, on 17 April 2013: ‘Researching Henry Crabb Robinson: What Became of his Early Interest in German Thought?’ (17 April 2013).

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Poet in the City: Coleridge

3/25/2013

Shahidha Bari and James Vigus contributed to a special Poet in the City event at King's Place, discussing the life and writings of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (25 March 2013).

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Times Higher Education Podcast

4/3/2013

Shahidha Bari appeared on the Times Higher Education's first books podcast to discuss her current and future writing plans (3 April 2013).

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Weekend Woman's Hour

01/02/2016

Shahidha Bari joined a roundtable on Weekend's Woman's Hour to discuss the power of public nudity (2 January 2016).

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Front Row

11/13/2012

Shahidha Bari discussed the new V&A exhibition ‘Light from the Middle East’ on Front Row with Mark Lawson, BBC Radio 4 (13 November 2012).

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Night Waves

06/02/2008

Jerry Brotton appeared on BBC Radio 3's Night Waves to give his verdict on 'The Lure of the East', a new exhibition at Tate Britain (2 June 2008).

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The Forum: Maps and Mapmaking

12/15/2012

Jerry Brotton joined others on The Forum to discuss where the urge to make maps comes from and what they mean to us (15 December 2012).

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Spark Radio, Radio-Canada

12/07/2012

Jerry Brotton appeared on Spark Radio, a programme on Canada's public broadcasting radio station, to discuss his History of the World in 12 Maps (7 December 2012).

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Baroque in Britain

03/11/2013

Jerry Brotton appeared as a guest on Tim Marlow's five-part Baroque in Britain series for BBC Radio 4 (11 March 2013).

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Front Row

02/22/2012

Jerry Brotton, John Wilson, and Dr Susan Foister visited the National Gallery to explore the first solo exhibition of the Flemish painter, Jan Gossaert, for over 40 years (22 February 2012).

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Front Row

08/23/2009

Jerry Brotton and John Wilson discussed a new exhibition displaying 40-50 full scale, half-scale and smaller interactive models of machines Leonardi da Vinci invented for flight, engineering and motion. The modules were created over ten years by a team of Italian artisans and historians, using Leonardo's own notebooks and utilising only materials and techniques known in Renaissance Italy (23 August 2009).

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Front Row

10/09/2008

Jerry Brotton reviewed the RSC's Love's Labour's Lost, starring David Tennant, for BBC Radio 4's Front Row (09 October 2008).

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NPR: Talk of the Nation

11/22/2012

Jerry Brotton appeared on Talk of the Nation broadcast on NPR in the US to discuss his book A History of the World in Twelve Maps (22 November 2012).

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Front Row

02/16/2009

Jerry Brotton discussed the cultural impact of Van Dyck, the principal painter at the court of King Charles I, for BBC Radio 4's Front Row (16 February 2009).

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Front Row

12/11/2008

Jerry Brotton and Kirsty Lang review reviewed Michael Grandage's new production of Twelfth Night, which stars Derek Jacobi as Malvolio for BBC Radio 4's Front Row (11 December 2008).

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Front Row

08/06/2008

Jerry Brotton reviewed the RSC's new production of Hamlet, starring David Tennant for BBC Radio 4's Front Row (06 August 2008).

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Wired Magazine

08/05/2013

Jerry Brotton was quoted extensively in 'Uncharted Territory: Amateur Cartographers Fight to Put their Communities on the Map', an article on maps and mapmaking in Wired (5 August 2013).

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The Guardian

10/23/2012

Jerry Brotton contributed to a podcast on ‘Maps from Ptolemy to Google’ for the Guardian website (23 October 2012).

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Hay Festival

06/01/2013

Jerry Brotton, along with Adam Lowe, unveiled a new 3D reproduction of the Mappa Mundi at the Hay Festival. A report from Hay can be read on the Daily Telegraph's site (1 June 2013).

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Let's take maps back from Google

06/01/2013

Jerry Brotton contributed an article to the Daily Telegraph exploring digital mapping and discussing the creation of a 3D reproduction of the Mappa Mundi (1 June 2013).

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Note all old English Mss are very valuable: scrutinizing the Middle English manuscripts in the John Rylands Library

09/17/2009

Julia Boffey delivered a public lecture in the Historic Reading Room of the John Rylands Library, Deansgate, titled ‘Note all old English Mss are very valuable: scrutinizing the Middle English manuscripts in the John Rylands Library’ (17 September 2009).

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In Our Time

10/18/2012

Julia Boffey appeared on In Our Time on BBC Radio 4 to discuss William Caxton and the Printing Press (18 October 2012).

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Poetry Performance

06/28/2014

Andrea Brady performed poetry at the RichMix Cultural Centre in London (28 June 2014)

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‘The Exponential Horn’

06/06/2014

Andrea Brady took part in The Exponential Horn, a one-hour live broadcast from the Science Museum and on Resonance 104.4 FM (6 June 2014)

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Podcast

10/08/2012

Andrea Brady recorded a podcast about poetry, constraint, and conceptualism, in conversation with dance critic David Jays and the director of Arts Admin, Judith Knight, for Chris Goode and Company (8 October 2012). Listen now using the player below, or visit the site.

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Today

09/03/2012

Jerry Brotton discussed the commercialisation of maps on the Today programme (3 September 2012).

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Night Waves

05/03/2011

Jerry Brotton appeared on Night Waves to consider the significance of flowers in Renaissance art (03 May 2011).

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Night Waves

04/19/2010

Jerry Brotton appeared on Night Waves to discuss maps and mapping (19 April 2010).

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Meet the Author

08/24/2012

Jerry Brotton discussed his book, A History of the World in Twelve Maps, on ‘Meet the Author’ on BBC News 24 (24 August 2012).

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Night Waves

05/16/2012

Shahidha Bari discussed The Rest Is Silence, an immersive interpretation of Hamlet, and Vanessa Redgrave’s contribution to the Brighton Festival on BBC Radio 3's Night Waves (16 May 2012).

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Radical and Inspiring Women of East London

04/04/2014

Nadia Valman was featured on a podcast talking about the Match Girls' Strike, Angela Burdett Coutts and the Suffrage Movement in East London (4 April 2014).

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Roundtable Discussion

02/17/2011

Nadia Valman took part in a roundtable discussion on the topic of 'Interpreting Imaginary Jews' at the Pears Institute. A podcast of the discussion is available to listen again (17 February 2011).

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Walking Tour: Victorian Shoreditch - In Search of Arthur Morrison's 'Jago'

10/22/2013

Nadia Valman led a walking tour as part of the Inside-Out Festival, exploring Victorian Shoreditch as seen by the realist novelist Arthur Morrison (22 October 2013).

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In Conversation

05/30/2013

Nadia Valman was in conversation with artists Sarah Lightman and Rachel Garfield, discussing Judaism and women artists at Occupy My Time gallery, Deptford (30 May 2013).

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Victorian Journalists in London's East End

05/19/2012

Nadia Valman gave a talk on >Victorian journalists in London’s East End at Rich Mix arts centre, Bethnal Green, London (19 May 2012).

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SW11 Literary Festival

09/20/2010

Nadia Valman appeared on a panel on literature and migration at the SW11 Literary Festival (20 September 2010).

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Walking Tour: Victorian History of QM

03/05/2012

Nadia Valman led a walking tour on the Victorian history of Queen Mary's Mile End campus (5 March 2012).

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Audio Guide to the East End

01/01/2012

Nadia Valman contributed to an audio guide to the East End. The tour starts at Liverpool Street Station and finishes at Stepney Green Underground Station (2012).

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Fighting for a Better Past

10/10/2011

Nadia Valman took part in a roundtable discussion on the topic of 'Fighting for a Better Past: the Story of Cable Street' at the Jewish Museum, London. A podcast of the discussion is available to listen again (10 October 2011).

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Amy Levy: The Woman who Dared

05/27/2011

Nadia Valman, along with Christine Pullen and Emma Francis, explored the life and work of Amy Levy at the Bishopsgate Institute (27 May 2011).

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The One Show

12/20/2011

Nadia Valman appeared on BBC1's The One Show to discuss Olive Malvery, one of the pioneers of undercover journalism (20 December 2011).

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Who Do You Think You Are?

03/02/2009

Markman Ellis was a guest expert on BBC One's Who Do You Think You Are? tracing the genealogy of actor, Kevin Whately (2 March 2009).

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London Coffee Houses in Johnson's Day

10/14/2006

Markman Ellis delivered a lecture to the Johnson Society on ‘London Coffee Houses in Johnson’s Day’ (14 October 2006).

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News, Business and Conversation: London Coffee-Houses of the Eighteenth Century

10/29/2008

Markman Ellis delivered a public lecture in the Garret of Dr Samuel Johnson’s house on ‘News, Business and Conversation: London Coffee-Houses of the Eighteenth Century’ (29 October 2008).

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Syrup of Soot at the Devil’s Ordinary: Coffee and London

10/07/2008

Markman Ellis gave a public lecture at the Bishopsgate Institute on ‘Syrup of Soot at the Devil’s Ordinary: Coffee and London’. The talk explored how coffee became the most successful of the habit-forming drugs to invade London in the 17th century (7 October 2008).

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Coffee, Please

01/01/2010

Markman Ellis contributed to Coffee, Please a documentary exploring the history and cultural importamce of coffee. The film was broadcast in France, Italy, and Denmark (2010).

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La Belle Juive

05/01/2007

Nadia Valman contributed an article to Jewish Quarterly exploring the enduring fascination with the Jewess in nineteenth-century British culture (Spring 2007).

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Press TV

10/09/2011

Nadia Valman appeared on Press TV to discuss the 1936 Battle of Cable Street (4 October 2011).

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Making History

10/04/2011

Nadia Valman appeared on BBC Radio 4's Making History to discuss the legacy of the 1936 Battle of Cable Street (4 October 2011).

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The National Theatre

04/01/2012

Markman Ellis and Nadia Valman discussed monsters for the National Theatre (April 2012).

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Other Room

03/01/2012

Andrea Brady interviewed and recorded performing at the Other Room, Manchester (March 2012).

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The Essay: Parallels and Paradoxes

01/17/2012

Shahidha Bari explored the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, founded by literary critic Edward Said and musician Daniel Barenboim on BBC Radio 3's The Essay: Parallels and Paradoxes (17 January 2012).

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Thinking Allowed

12/14/2011

Shahidha Bari joined others in discussing the idea of the Tipping Point and what it might tell us about ourselves and our environment on BBC Radio 4's Thinking Allowed: Tipping Points (14 December 2011).

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Free Thinking Festival Debate

12/05/2011

Shahidha Bari discussed the true value of education on BBC Radio 3's ‘Free Thinking Festival Debate: What Are Schools For?’ (5 December 2011).

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Resonance FM

11/02/2011

Katy Price’s ‘Kippered (Edison) Herring’, a performance of a poem recorded onto wax cylinder as part of Aleksander Kolkowski’s phonographies project, was broadcast on Resonance FM (2 November 2011).

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Over the rainbow: South African writers take centre-stage at the London Book Fair

04/16/2010

Andrew van der Vlies wrote an article for the Independent, 'Over the rainbow: South African writers take centre-stage at the London Book Fair', exploring recent South African literature (16 April 2010).

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Writing the Now

09/01/2010

Andrew van der Vlies contributed an article to Art South Africa entitled 'Writing the Now'. The article explored South African writers' focus on the contemporary moment.

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Open Book

09/11/2011

Andrew van der Vlies participated in a discussion of South African literature with Mariella Frostrup and author Christopher Hope on Open Book, BBC Radio 4 (11 September 2011).

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Roundtable Discussion

02/12/2013

Bill Schwarz took part in a round table discussion on the topic of 'Literature, Immigration, and Diaspora in Fin de Siècle England: A Cultural History of the 1905 Aliens Act'. A podcast of the discussion is available to listen to now (12 February 2013).

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Night Waves

07/13/2011

Shahidha Bari discussed the significance of the Arabian Nights stories to the Romantic poets on BBC Radio 3 Nightwaves (13 July 2011).

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The British “Way of Tea”, Culture and Consumption in Eighteenth-Century Britain

12/09/2015

Markman Ellis appeared at the Isle of Wight Historial Association to talk tea (9 December 2015).

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The Kangaroo from Sydney Cove to London in the Late Eighteenth Century

03/27/2015

Markman Ellis talked about kangaroos at the National Maritime Museum's study day on 'Exotic Anatomies: Stubbs, Banks and the cultures of natural history' (27 March 2015).

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Tea and the Tea Ceremony in Georgian England

06/05/2014

Markman Ellis appeared as part of Chelsea Fringe at the Geffrye Museum to talk tea (5 June 2014).

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Why Does the World Love Drinking Tea?

09/21/2015

Markman Ellis appeared on BBC World Service's 'The Why Factor with Mike Williams' to discuss how tea became the second most consumed drink after water in the world (21 September 2015).

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How Britain Fell in Love with Tea

06/01/2015

Markman Ellis appeared on 'World Update with Dan Damon' to discuss the enduring legacy of tea (June 2015).

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The Guardian

10/25/2010

Markman Ellis participated in a podcast on London Coffee-Houses for the Guardian, produced by Matt Green (25 October 2010).

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Audiobooks before Audiobooks

08/19/2013

Matt Rubery interviewed Barbara Holdridge for the LA Review of Books. The interview explored Caedmon Records, which Holdridge co-founded, and the history of audiobooks more generally (19 August 2013).

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Free Thinking: The History of the Audiobook

04/07/2015

Matt Rubery appeared on BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking to discuss the history of the audiobook (7 April 2015).

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Podcast

12/15/2011

Matt Rubery contributed to a podcast, 'On Harvard Vocarium Founder Frederick C. Packard', as part of the 'Oral History Initiative' of the Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard (15 December 2011).

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Great Expectations

11/01/2010

Matt Rubery filmed a documentary video for Deepbook Productions’ electronic book edition of Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations (November 2010).

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Maps: Power, Plunder and Possession

05/01/2010

Jerry Brotton presented a three-part series on ‘Maps: Power, Plunder and Possession’ for BBC4, broadcast in May 2010.

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Thinking Allowed

02/01/2010

Markman Ellis was interviewed by Laurie Taylor about his research on the cultural history of tea in eighteenth century Britain, in 'Tea Tables', Thinking Allowed, BBC Radio 4 (February 2010).

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Babble Machine

11/29/2012

Katy Price’s collaborative sound installation, Babble Machine, was displayed at the Science Museum (29 November – 1 December 2012)

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Inside Out Festival

10/26/2012

Tamara Atkin led a walking tour around Shoreditch and Clerkenwell to explore London's Lost Playing Spaces as part of the Inside Out Festival (26 October 2012).

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Walking Tours

10/26/2015

Tamara Atkin has led various walking tours showcasing London’s lost theatrical past as part of a series of events organised by The Cultural Capital Exchange.

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Walking Tours

05/13/2015

Tamara Atkin reviewed the National Theatre’s recent production of Everyman for the Times Literary Supplement (13 May 2015).

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Inside Out Festival

10/23/2012

Andrea Brady participated in a discussion of ‘Death and the Contemporary’ as part of the Inside-Out Festival, at Somerset House (23 October 2012).

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Discussion

10/05/2012

David Colclough participated in a discussion on St Paul’s connection to public discourse and direct democracy (5 October 2012).

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Taunton Literary Festival

09/28/2012

Jerry Brotton has appeared at the Taunton Literary Festival (28 September 2012) and the Ilkley Literary Festival (6 October 2012), and has also spoken at literary festivals in Sheffield, Bath, Hay, and several others in 2012-13.

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Ilkley Literary Festival

10/06/2012

Jerry Brotton has appeared at the Taunton Literary Festival (28 September 2012) and the Ilkley Literary Festival (6 October 2012), and has also spoken at literary festivals in Sheffield, Bath, Hay, and several others in 2012-13.

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Cape Town's Open Book Festival

09/21/2012

Andrew van der Vlies appeared at Cape Town’s Open Book Festival, on a panel entitled 'Exploring the Power and Politics of Print, Text and Book Cultures in South Africa' (21 September 2012).

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HowTheLightGetsIn

06/07/2012

Andrea Brady joined a discussion of Poetry and Science with Lavinia Greenlaw, Peter Atkins, and Hilary Lawson at HowTheLightGetsIn, the Hay-on-Wye philosophy and literature festival (7 June 2012), and performed at the Hay Poetry Jamboree.

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Keynote Lecture

04/04/2013

Isabel Rivers delivered a keynote lecture, 'The Study of Religious Writing and Religious Education from the Perspective of a Literary and Intellectual Historian', at a conference on 'Religion and the Idea of a University Conference'. The paper is available to download [PDF 155KB] (4 April 2013).

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Joseph Williams and his Journal

09/25/2004

Isabel Rivers delivered the United Reformed Church Historical Society Lecture on 'Joseph Williams and his Journal' at Mansfield College, Oxford (25 September 2004).

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Vanity Fair and the Celestial City

05/23/2007

Isabel Rivers delivered her inaugural lecture at Queen Mary University on 'Vanity Fair and the Celestial City' (23 May 2007).

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John Wesley lecture at Lincoln College, Oxford

05/01/2012

Isabel Rivers gave the annual John Wesley lecture at Lincoln College, Oxford, on 'Thomas Jackson (1783–1873), Methodist Editor, Biographer, and Tutor' (May 2012).

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LSE Literary Festival

03/02/2012

Andrew van der Vlies appeared on a panel at the LSE Literary Festival, entitled 'Relating the Divided City in South Africa', alongside authors Denis Hirson and Kopano Matlwa, London School of Political and Economic Science (2 March 2012).

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The Pilgrim's Progress in the Evangelical Revival

11/21/2011

Isabel Rivers gave a lecture entitled The Pilgrim’s Progress in the Evangelical Revival’ at the Sussex Centre for Intellectual History (21 November 2011).

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The End of Empire and the English Novel

11/02/2011

Bill Schwarz, Suzanne Hobson, and Rachael Gilmour were joined by Patrick Parrinder of the University of Reading for a discussion on ‘The End of Empire and the English Novel’ co-sponsored by the British Academy, at the Royal Society (2 November 2011).

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Mapping Ulster

03/28/2010

Jerry Brotton contributed to a three-part Radio 4 documentary on The Secrets of the Art and the Artist: Caravaggio, presented by Roger Law (March 2010).

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The End of Empire and the English Novel

11/02/2011

Bill Schwarz, Suzanne Hobson, and Rachael Gilmour were joined by Patrick Parrinder of the University of Reading for a discussion on ‘The End of Empire and the English Novel’ co-sponsored by the British Academy, at the Royal Society (2 November 2011).

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The End of Empire and the English Novel

11/02/2011

Bill Schwarz, Suzanne Hobson, and Rachael Gilmour were joined by Patrick Parrinder of the University of Reading for a discussion on ‘The End of Empire and the English Novel’ co-sponsored by the British Academy, at the Royal Society (2 November 2011).

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Cultures of Journalism

08/28/2004

Joad Raymond was interviewed for ABC's Lifelong Learning on 'Cultures of Journalism' (28 Aug 2004).

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In Our Time

01/06/2006

Joad Raymond contributed to In Our Time on 'Seventheenth Century Print Culture' along with Kevin Sharpe and Ann Hughes (26 Jan 2006).

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In Our Time

01/06/2006

Joad Raymond contributed to In Our Time on 'Seventheenth Century Print Culture' along with Kevin Sharpe and Ann Hughes (26 Jan 2006).

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Word of Mouth

12/24/2005

Joad Raymond appeared on BBC Radio 4's Word of Mouth to discuss angels (24 Dec 2005).

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Blood on Our Hands

02/01/2005

Joad Raymond appeared on Mentorn TV's Blood on Our Hands (February 2005).

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Killer Wave

04/01/2005

Joad Raymond appeared on the BBC Timewatch programme, 'Killer Wave', to discuss the flood of 1607 (Spring 2005).

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Radio Scotland - Angels

01/01/2004

Joad Raymond was interviewed on BBC Radio Scotland discussing popular beliefs in angels (2004).

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The Shock of the Old

07/23/2013

Joad Raymond contributed a blog post to Hefnet.com, the official website of the band Hefner and songwriter Darren Hayman. The post explored some of the reasons why the 17th century remains so interesting (23 July 2013).

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Harlots, Housewives and Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls

05/22/2012

Joad Raymond appeared on Lucy Worsley's documentary, Harlots, Housewives and Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls broadcast on BBC Four (22 May 2012).

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From Reynolds to Richter: Portraiture, Privacy and Personality

08/18/2011

Shahidha Bari led a philosophical conversation ‘From Reynolds to Richter: Portraiture, Privacy and Personality’ at the National Portrait Gallery: a discussion about how Romantic portraiture sets up contemporary ideas about presentation, privacy and personality, moving from Reynolds to Richter. In partnership with London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange (LCACE) (18 August 2011).

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The Humanities and Money

06/16/2011

Shahidha Bari spoke at a special event on ‘The Humanities and Money’, held at the London Capital Club and organised by Universities UK and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Kingston University, where she made the case not only for the academic value of the arts and humanities but for the social benefits they bring to the nation and their significant contribution to our economy (16 June 2011).

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Triggered

06/13/2011

‘Triggered’, a dance and digital music collaboration featuring glyph paintings by Katy Price, was performed at King’s Place in London (13 June 2011).

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Woman's Hour

11/07/2013

Peggy Reynolds joined Jenni Murray and Samantha Spiro on Woman's Hour to discuss flirting in Shakespeare (07 November 2013).

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Faulks on Fiction

06/24/2011

Peggy Reynolds was one of a number of notable critics and cultural commentators contributing to Faulks on Fiction, a major four part BBC2 series on the brilliance of the British novel and its characters, presented by Sebastian Faulks (June-July 2011).

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Robert Browning and the Pied Piper

04/16/2012

Peggy Reynolds joined other invited speakers at King’s Place, London, to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Robert Browning and his iconic poem The Pied Piper. The event was a collaboration between Poet in the City and the Browning Society (16 April 2012).

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Word of Mouth

04/15/2008

Peggy Reynolds presented Word of Mouth, the show that takes a close look at the words we use, where they come from and how we play with them (15 April 2008).

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Word of Mouth

08/19/2008

Peggy Reynolds presented Word of Mouth, exploring the world of language guardians and the battles raging on the internet blogs that have superseded the letters once written to newspapers (19 August 2008).

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The Essay: Sappho

06/03/2008

Peggy Reynolds appeared on BBC Radio 3's The Essay , and explored Sappho's sexuality and her erotic poetry - both apparently heterosexual and homosexual (3 June 2008).

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Word of Mouth

08/12/2008

Peggy Reynolds presented Word of Mouth, exploring the significance of vocal pitch (12 August 2008).

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A Portrait of Ethel Smyth

03/29/2008

Peggy Reynolds reviewed the life and career of Ethel Smyth, composer, writer and friend to figures such as Tchaikovsky, Brahms and Virginia Woolf (29 March 2008).

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Sibelius: A Symphony That Burned

07/10/2012

Peggy Reynolds presented the story of Jean Sibelius's infamous Eighth Symphony - with extracts from new musical fragments discovered last year, performed exclusively for the programme Ethel Smyth (10 July 2012).

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Le Nozze di Figaro

07/10/2013

Peggy Reynolds wrote an article on Le Nozze di Figaro for the 2013 Glastonbury programme. The article was reproduced in the Guardian (11 July 2013).

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Woman's Hour: Stella Gibbons

08/02/2011

Peggy Reynolds and Lynne Truss appeared on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour to discuss the novels of Stella Gibbons (2 August 2011).

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Interpreting Sappho

08/17/2010

Peggy Reynolds appeared on the Romona Koval Bookshow on ABC Australia to discuss Sappho (17 August 2010).

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Today Programme: George Orwell

01/21/2013

Peggy Reynolds appeared on BBC Radio 4's flagship Today programme to discuss George Orwell (21 January 2013).

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The Literary Life of the Cello

07/20/2011

Peggy Reynolds was joined by a cellist from the BBC Symphony Orchestra to explore the cello's literary life across the ages - and to perform its literary incarnations (20 July 2011).

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Great Lives: Sappho

08/10/2010

Peggy Reynolds appeared on an episode of BBC Radio 4's Great Lives profiling Sappho (10 August 2010).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'Ravel Double Bill'

05/20/2012

Peggy Reynolds gives an introduction to two of the early twentieth century’s most intriguing operas, Maurice Ravel’s L’heure Espagnole and L’enfant et les Sortileges (20 May 2012).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'The Fairy Queen'

05/20/2012

Peggy Reynolds presents a guide to the theatrical and musical history of one of the earliest English operas, Henry Purcell’s The Fairy Queen (20 May 2012).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'La bohème'

05/20/2012

Peggy Reynolds provides an introduction to one of the world’s most loved and performed operas – Giacomo Puccini’s La Bohème (20 May 2012).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'La Cenerentola'

05/20/2012

Peggy Reynolds provides an introduction to Gioachino Rossini's La Cenerentola. She sets the opera in historical context and explores some of the themes and stories behind Rossini's great work (20 May 2012).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'The Cunning Little Vixen'

05/20/2012

Peggy Reynolds explores some of the themes and stories behind Leoš Janáček's The Cunning Little Vixen (20 May 2012).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'Ariadne auf Naxos'

05/18/2013

Peggy Reynolds provides an historical and musical introduction to Ariadne auf Naxos, an ambitious, witty and intricately crafted collaboration between Richard Strauss and his librettist, the poet and playwright Hugo von Hofmannsthal (18 May 2013).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'Le nozze di Figaro'

06/08/2013

Peggy Reynolds explores the historical context of Le nozze di Figaro, the politics behind its humour, and Mozart's sublime music of rage and forgiveness (6 June 2013).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'Falstaff'

05/19/2013

Peggy Reynolds explores Giuseppe Verdi’s last, great work: the comic opera Falstaff (19 May 2013).

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Glyndebourne Podcast: 'Hippolyte et Aricie'

06/29/2013

Peggy Reynolds provides a historical and musical introduction to one of the great works of French Baroque opera, Jean-Philippe Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie (29 June 2013).

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Twenty Minutes

05/24/2013

Margaret Reynolds presented a programme for BBC Radio 3's Twenty Minutes exploring the song Freres Jacques. The programme takes us on a journey through the lavish lifestyle of snoozy Dominican friars at Matins, the blood and gore of the surgeon's table, and the religious persecutions and migrations of the 17th century (24 May 2013).

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The Guardian

02/12/2013

Margaret Reynolds contributed to a Guardian article on Michael Gove's new curriculum (12 February 2013).

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Revealing Anne Lister

06/09/2010

Margaret Reynolds contributed to Revealing Anne Lister, a documentary for BBC2 fronted by Sue Perkins that explored the life of Anne Lister, polymath, autodidact and traveller, whose diaries held a surprising secret (9 June 2010).

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Adventures in Poetry

04/28/2012

Margaret Reynolds has presented Adventures in Poetry on BBC Radio 4 for over a decade. Across twelve series, Professor Reynolds has explored the background, effect and lasting appeal of some well-loved poems (Latest episode: 28 April 2012).

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Night Waves

02/15/2011

Margaret Reynolds appeared on Night Waves on BBC Radio 3 to discuss the world of 3D opera ahead of the cinema release of Carmen (15 February 2011).

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Night Waves

06/16/2009

Margaret Reynolds appeared on Night Waves on BBC Radio 3 to explore the question of whether the establishment had finally reconciled itself to gay identity, and if the term means anything any more? (16 June 2009).

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Off the Page

05/29/2008

Margaret Reynolds appeared on Off the Page on BBC Radio 4 to discuss the word 'Luvvies' (29 May 2008).

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The Guardian

05/16/2013

Jerry Brotton penned a comment article for the Guardian on Google's futile attempts to produce the perfect map (16 May 2013).

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Brave New World

04/09/2009

Michèle Barrett appeared on BBC Radio 4's In Our Time to talk about Aldous Huxley's Brave New World (9 April 2009).

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Casualty Figures: How Five Men Survived the First World War

10/23/2008

To mark the 90th anniversary of the Armistice, Michèle Barrett took part in a public discussion at the Bishopsgate Institute about her book, Casualty Figures, a unique investigation into the impact of the First World War on those who survived it (23 October 2008).

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Degree of Famousness etc.

03/21/2011

Peter Howarth reviewed Don Paterson's Selected Poems in ‘Degree of Famousness etc’, London Review of Books (21 March 2013).

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Edward Marsh and the Modern Editor

01/10/2011

Peter Howarth gave a public talk on ‘Edward Marsh and the Modern Editor’ at the 2011 Malvern festival. His talk explored Eddie Marsh’s role as editor and confidant to the Dymock Poets (1 October 2011).

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Mapping the Globe: From the Greeks to Google Earth

09/27/2010

Jerry Brotton delivered a lecture at the Royal Geographical Society, exploring how different cultures have attempted to project the globe onto a flat map, and ultimately asking what it means to map the earth accurately. (27 September 2010).

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Maps will always have mileage

04/14/2010

Jerry Brotton contributed a comment article to the Independent titled 'Maps will always have mileage'. The article explored the significance of maps in a technological world (14 April 2010).

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Ordnance Survey Blog

09/25/2012

Jerry Brotton contributed a guest blogpost about A History of the World in 12 Maps to the Ordnance Survey site (25 September 2012).

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The Guardian

09/05/2013

Jerry Brotton contributed a comment article to the Guardian commenting on Senate House's potential sale of Shakespeare folios. The piece explores archives' responsibility to maintian paper and digital copies of key resources (5 September 2013).

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The Guardian

12/19/2012

Jerry Brotton contributed a comment article to the Guardian on 'Queen Elizabeth Land: A retro piece of neo-imperialism for Her Majesty' (19 December 2012).

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The Canton Tea Company Blog

07/06/2011

Markman Ellis contributed six guest blogs on tea in the eighteenth century, to the Canton Tea Company Blog (6 July 2011).

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Word of Mouth

01/22/2013

Matt Rubery discussed audiobooks with children’s author Michael Rosen on Word of Mouth, BBC Radio 4 (22 January 2013).

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A Few Don'ts

12/02/2012

Andrea Brady contributed to a project on Ezra Pound’s critical essay ‘A Few Don’ts’, hosted by Lavinia Greenlaw and broadcast on BBC Radio 4 (2 December 2012).

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Davids, Nadia

Great Texts Lecture Series: Writing and Performing Cape Town

04/16/2014

Nadia Davids gave a public lecture on led a discussion on 'Writing and Performing Cape Town'. The lecture reflected on writing and performing contemporary and historical Cape Town, and included a reading from Nadia's book, An Imperfect Blessing. The lecture is available to watch or download as an audio file (16 April 2014).

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Memory Unchained: Nadia Davids Reviews Gabeba Baderoon’s Regarding Muslims

08/18/2014

Nadia Davids reviewed the "rich and ambitious" Regarding Muslims by Gabeba Baderoon for the South African Sunday Times (18 August 2014).

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Poetry Performance

11/25/2009

Andrea Brady performed her work at the first Openned night of the Openned reading series at the Foundry (25 November 2009).

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Poetry Performance (Saw Fit)

9/8/2007

Andrea Brady performed her work at Miami University (8 September 2007).

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Poetry Performance (Saw Fit)

5/1/2007

Andrea Brady performed her work at the University of Chicago (1 May 2007).

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Annual Manchester Wesley Research Centre Lecture

6/1/2006

Isabel Rivers delivered the 2008 Manchester Wesley Research Centre Lecture on 'John Wesley and Jonathan Edwards, with a focus on Wesley's edition of Edwards' The Life of David Brainerd' (June 2008).

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Sunday Feature: Courting the East

7/22/2007

Jerry Brotton discussed on BBC Radio 3's Sunday Feature a web of intrigue and alliance between the Ottomans, the Moroccans and Queen Elizabeth I, which provided the context for Shakespeare's Othello (22 July 2007).

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Ece Temelkuran in Conversation with Nadia Davids: The Writer and the Journalist

04/17/2013

Nadia Davids led a conversation with Ece Temelkuran as part of the 2013 London Book Fair. Temelkuran, one of Turkey's best-known journalists and political commentators, is also a bestselling novelist, and the conversation explored how her work as a journalist has informed her novel writing (17 April 2013).

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Harvie, Jen

Performance Pod 211

08/09/2013

Jen Harvie discusses immersive theatre with Campbell Edinborough as part of the Hull Drama - Performance Pods (9 August 2013).

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Online Lecture

02/25/2011

Jen Harvie was invited to speak at Cambridge University where she made a contribution to the CRASSH Special Event: The Arts and Humanities: Endangered Species? (25 February 2011).

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The Pleasures, Perils, and Future of Immersive Theatre

04/05/2013

Jen Harvie spoke on 'The Pleasures, Perils and Future of Immersive Theatre' in Untitled Projects' The Salon Project at the Barbican Centre, London (5 April 2013).

Heritage, Paul

Jornal da Globo

12/22/2008

A production directed by Paul Heritage at the Young Vic theatre and combining Brazilian and British cultural forms was discussed in Jornal da Globo (22 December 2008).

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Start the Week

12/01/2008

Paul Heritage joined Andrew Marr on BBC Radio 4's Start the Week to argue the effectiveness of theatre as a vehicle for cultural change in Britain and Brazil, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 (01 December 2008).

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Mehmet Sander in conversation with Dominic Johnson

09/20/2014

Dominic Johnson interview Mehmet Sander at the Tate Modern as part of the Tate Talks series (20 September 2014).

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Explosiv Magazin

05/08/2009

Dominic Johnson appeared on a special edition of Croatia's RTL 5 Televizija's Explosiv Magazin exploring his performance of Transmission at Queer Zagreb (8 May 2009).

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HRT News

05/17/2009

Croatia's HRT News broadcast a feature on Dominic Johnson's Transmission performed at Queer Zagreb (17 May 2009).

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Weekend

10/27/2012

Dominic Johnson appeared on BBC World Service's Weekend programme to review the week (27 October 2012).

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Transmission

01/01/2009

Dominic Johnson performed Transmission, a piece that has been performed nearly twenty times in eight countries, in the Great Hall, People's Palace, Queen Mary, University of London (1 January 2012).

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WGXC Afternoon Show

05/01/2012

Nadia Davids and Ayobami Adebayo, residents at the Writers OMI International Writers Residency at the Ledig House in Ghent, read and discussed their work on the WGXC Afternoon Show (1 May 2012).

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A Tarde

02/01/2013

Bridget Escolme featured on the front cover of the cultural section of A Tarde (Bahia's main newspaper), and was interviewed on her research into the relationship between audience and performances of Shakespeare (February 2013).

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'Does Shakespeare work better outside Britain?'

05/19/2012

Bridget Escolme contributed an article titled 'Does Shakespeare work better outside Britain?' to the Guardian's Comment is Free site (19 May 2012).

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'How can a tattoo be seen as a work of art?'

10/17/2012

Dominic Johnson wrote an article for the Independent exploring 'How can a tattoo be seen as a work of art?' (17 October 2012).

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So you want to study acting?

09/13/2008

Catherine Silverstone contributed to an article in the Guardian about Queen Mary's MA and about the advantages of studying for a masters in drama (13 September 2008).

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Review of Ngākau Toa’s 'A Toroihi rāua ko Kāhira' ('Troilus and Cressida')

04/23/2012

Catherine Silverstone contributed a review of Ngākau Toa’s A Toroihi rāua ko Kāhira (an adaptation of Troilus and Cressida in te reo Māori) to the Shakespeare's Globe Blog (23-24 April 2012).

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South African Theatre and its Enduring Worldwide Influence

03/02/2010

Nadia Davids participated in a post-show panel, 'South African Theatre and its Enduring Worldwide Influence', at the Oval Theatre in London, along with Oladipo Agboluaje, Jenny Reznek and Faniswa Yisa (2 March 2010).

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Davids, Nadia

Imagining South Africa

04/19/2010

As part of the London Book Fair, Nadia Davids contributed to a panel discussion on 'Imagining South Africa', with Damon Galgut and Henrietta Rose-Innes (19 April 2010).

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Davids, Nadia

Goal! Match! Victory! Freedom! What the 2010 World Cup means to the home team

04/21/2010

Nadia Davids joined Henrietta Rose-Innes, Zukiswa Wanner, and Njubalo Ndebele at the Southbank Centre to discuss 'Goal! Match! Victory! Freedom! What the 2010 World Cup means to the home team' (21 April 2010).

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Welton, Martin

Flow

03/09/2015

Martin Welton delivered a presentation about dance and global flows for Water Week, Herstmonceux Castle (9 March 2015).

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No Lander

10/28/2015

Martin Welton chaired a post-show discussion for No Lander by Riccardo Buscarini, The Place (28 October 2015).

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Elixir Project Blog

09/01/2014

Martin Welton blogged his observations of rehearsals for Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion’s The Elders Project (August-September 2014)

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Uncommon Perspectives

02/01/2010

Martin Welton contributed to an article for Community Dance Magazine which analysed Rosemary Lee's Common Dance from three contrasting viewpoints (Spring 2010)

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'Setting the Scene'

10/06/2015

Bridget Escolme gave a public lecture on 'Setting the Scene' at Shakespeare's Globe to audience members about to watch a performance of Richard II (6 October 2015).

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Escolme, Bridget

'Setting the Scene'

08/1/2009

Bridget Escolme gave a public lecture as part of 'Setting the Scene' at Shakespeare's Globe. The lecture was to audience members about to watch a performance of Troilus and Cressida (2009).

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Escolme, Bridget

'Setting the Scene'

08/1/2013

Bridget Escolme gave a public lecture on 'Setting the Scene' at Shakespeare's Globe to audience members about to watch a performance of All's Well that Ends Well (2013).

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Escolme, Bridget

'Setting the Scene'

07/1/2012

Bridget Escolme gave a public lecture on 'Setting the Scene' at Shakespeare's Globe to audience members about to watch a performance of Taming of the Shrew (July 2012).

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Harvie, Jen

Leverhulme Olympic Talks on Theatre and Adaptation

05/01/2012

Jen Harvie was in conversation with Lois Weaver for the Leverhulme Olympic Talks on Theatre and Adaptation series, part of Queen Mary's Olympic Programme (May 2012).

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Heritage, Paul

Chico Mendes Today: Environmental activism and the role of the arts

01/13/2008

Paul Heritage mediated a debated on the legacy of Chico Mendes, with contributions from Elenira Mendes [daughter of murdered Brazilian environmentalist activist Chico Mendes and President of the Institute of Chico Mendes], Jonathon Dove [composer], Charlie Kronick [Senior Campaigner, Greenpeace] and Vivienne Westwood [fashion designer and activist] (13 January 2008).

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Patrimony, Autonomy or Subversion? The role of the arts in democratic change

11/04/2009

Paul Heritage joined Grayson Perry (Turner Prize-winning artist), Natalie Haynes (broadcaster), and Benjamin Barber (author and political theorist) to discuss 'Patrimony, Autonomy or Subversion? The role of the arts in democratic change' at the Barbican Centre as part of the 75th Anniversary of the British Council (4 November 2009).

Ben Barber: The Role of the Arts in Democratic Change - Panel discussion from British Council on Vimeo.

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Silverstone, Catherine

Leverhulme Olympic Talks on Theatre and Adaptation

05/01/2012

Catherine Silverstone was in conversation with Rubén Szuchmacher for the Leverhulme Olympic Talks on Theatre and Adaptation series, part of Queen Mary's Olympic Programme (May 2012). Read the published interview here.

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“Victim Art”: Plague, Performance and Metaphor’

06/01/2010

Catherine Silverstone facilitated a discussion with Ron Athey and Martin O’Brien (QMUL, London, June 2010).

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‘F(l)ights of Fancy’, LGBT History and Archives Annual Conference

12/01/2009

Catherine Silverstone gave a paper on ‘Gay Sweatshop, Section 28 and Community’ (London Metropolitan Archives, December 2009).

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Private Romeo

10/01/2011

Catherine Silverstone facilitated a Q&A with the director of Private Romeo hosted by Queer@King’s/London Shakespeare Centre (October 2011).

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Johnson, Dominic

Unrestrained Indulgence

12/04/2010

Dominic Johnson provided a critical introduction to a series of films screened as part of the 'Unrestrained Indulgence' strand of the Fashion Film Festival at Tate Modern (4 December 2010).

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Discussion with Liz Rosenfeld

11/05/2010

Dominic Johnson took part in a post-screening discussion with Liz Rosenfeld as part of the 'Afterimage: Engagements with the Cinematic' programme, INIVA, London (5 November 2010).

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Discussion with Marisa Carnesky

10/29/2010

Dominic Johnson took part in a post-show discussion with Marisa Carnesky as part of the 'Sacred' festival at the Chelsea Theatre (29 October 2010).

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Discussions with Mark Ravenhill

2/13/2010

Dominic Johnson took part in two after-show discussions with Mark Ravenhill, after his 'A Life in Three Acts' at the Soho Theatre (13 February 2010).

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