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Imbibing Bodies: history of drink and culture seminar

Posted on 20/11/2012

The next instalment in the 2012-13 'Imbibing Bodies: Histories of Drinking and Culture' Seminar Series takes place on Wednesday 21 November (5.00 pm) at Royal Holloway's 11 Bedford Square venue with Lyanne Holcombe (Kingston) speaking on 'Leisured Spaces, Liminal Bodies: Gender and the Practice of Consumption in the Lyons Restaurant, Grill and Hotel 1914-1939'.  ALL WELCOME!  Due to security requirements at Bedford Square, the reception needs to be notified in advance if attendees are coming from outside RHUL. Please let the organisers know if you are planning to attend: charlotte.brown.2010@live.rhul.ac.uk


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