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Experts from our Arts and Social Sciences departments regularly appear in the media, publishing new research or commenting on current affairs. Here are a few of the most recent examples:

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Head of Drama, Dan Rebellato, responds to Culture Secretary Maria Miller's argument on the economic impact of the arts.  Adam Drew (Department of Politics & International Relations) writes about the use of emotive imagery in media coverage of world protests.  Drama's Emer O'Toole encounters the spirit of suffragette and Royal Holloway alumna, Emily Wilding Davison. 
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Betty Jay (English) considers the way the First World War is taught through literature.

Doug Cowie and Robert Eaglestone (English) argue the importance of the study and practice of creative writing.
 Adam Ganz (Media Arts) explores the friendship between Margaret Thatcher and scientist Dorothy Hodgkin.



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