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The changing ideologies of blindness with Lord Low of Dalston

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As part of the College's 'Let's Talk about Disability' series, Lord Colin Low (CBE), Former Chair, now Vice President of RNIB, and President of ICEVI (International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment will be speaking about the changing ideologies of disability/blindness on Wednesday 18th March at 1pm in the Windsor AuditoriumAfter his talk he will be meeting with Dr Hannah Thompson and students from her final-year option FR 3124 'Blindness and Vision in French Culture' to discuss his ideas and how they relate to what students have been studying during this course.Please come along to support this event if you can.
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16/03/2015

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Great Charter Festival

Great Charter Festival

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14/06/2015
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Join in our exciting celebrations to find out more about the legacy of Magna Carta. Get involved in hands-on activities and performances, sample medieval food and drink, or try your hand in our crafts market place and gaming area – there will be something for all the family. For further information please click on the link above.
 
 
 
 

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