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Following last year’s successful experiment, this year’s festival is focussed on ‘Runnymede in London’, using the Royal Holloway Bloomsbury base at 11 Bedford Square.
A research presentation by James Sloam (PIRP). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
The “…virtuosic Fidelio Trio…” (Sunday Times), shortlisted for the 2016 Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards, are international champions of the piano trio genre.
A round table discussion with two experts in Irish politics.
This lecture considers how we achieve such a fine balance of attentional control.
Film screening in French with English subtitles.
Professor Markantonakis will examine the concepts of security and trust for embedded devices.
A research presentation by Ana Maria Vazquez (ITESO). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
As part of a concert series for the City Music Society, the Choir of Royal Holloway presents a concert in London’s oldest surviving church, St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield.
Clive Lewis will be discussing his current work on sustainable economics within the shadow treasury team, giving us an insight into the future of sustainability initiatives in the UK.
This exhibition explores the presence of iconic revolutionary images in contemporary Cuban society and themes such as the relationship between photographic language and identity.
School of Biological Sciences, Postgraduate Symposium 2019. Keynote lecture by Sir Gregory Paul Winter CBE FRS FMedSci.
Join us for a late night opening of This Is Cuba. Take inspiration from the exhibition and then try your hand at photography using our Instax cameras.
Join co-curator Dr James Kent on an exhibition tour as he discusses first-hand the research, insights, and stories behind This is Cuba.
Royal Holloway invites you to join us for the third Festival of History, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.