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Honorary Fellows

Honorary Fellows

Description
Honorary Fellows 2018
Date:
18/05/2018
Book celebrates women in cricket for first time

Book celebrates women in cricket for first time

Description
The golden age of men's cricket came to an end in the summer of 1914, but it unexpectedly marked the beginning of women's adoption of the national game with the story now being told for the first time in an in-depth book.
Date:
17/05/2018
London cyclists are paranoid road users are out to get them

London cyclists are paranoid road users are out to get them

Description
A recent study published by researchers from Royal Holloway University of London and King's College London, has found that cyclists in the Capital feel paranoid that other drivers are out to get them when they are on the roads.
Date:
08/05/2018
New book on Karl Marx published to coincide with thinker's 200th anniversary

New book on Karl Marx published to coincide with thinker's 200th anniversary

Description
One of Britain's leading historians on socialism, Professor Gregory Claeys of Royal Holloway, University of London, has written a fascinating book about Karl Marx to coincide with the world-famous thinker's 200th anniversary on May 5, 2018.
Date:
30/04/2018

Events

Lives and afterlives: The photographic lens and legacy of Frederick Dally

Lives and afterlives: The photographic lens and legacy of Frederick Dally

Date
23/05/2018
Location:
Moore Lecture Theatre
Description
In 1866, the young Englishman Frederick Dally opened a photographic studio in Victoria, at the time, capital of the Crown Colony of Vancouver Island. In the remarkable visual legacy he produced over the next four years, we can discern the origins of an enduring vision of British Columbia - as an outpost of Empire, as a gold rush colony, as a Royal Naval station, as the home of Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest. We can also recognize the power of photography as a tool of documentation, visualization, and imagination. For further information please clik on the link above.
Emily – an English language Nô

Emily – an English language Nô

Date
24 - 25/05/2018
Location:
Nô stage
Description
This newly written piece explores the legacy of Royal Holloway alumnus and suffragette Emily Wilding Davison's death at the Epsom Derby in 1913. Nô is a traditional Japanese theatre form dating from the fourteenth century that uses mask, dance, music and chant to tell stories about famous figures from the past. This Nô, written in English, will be performed on the college's own Nô stage. For further information please click on the link above.
Play! Festival 2018

Play! Festival 2018

Date
29/05/2018 - 02/06/2018
Description
After a year's break, the annual Play! Festival returns in 2018. Held in the penultimate week of the summer term, Play! is a cross-departmental festival of culture presented by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. It showcases some of the best and most innovative modern and classical music, theatre and creative writing as well as talks, tours and exhibitions created and performed by the university's students and staff. For further information please click on the link above.
'A Cambodian Spring' film screening

'A Cambodian Spring' film screening

Date
31/05/2018
Location:
Windsor Building Auditorium
Description
Join us at Royal Holloway for a screening of the award-winning film A Cambodian Spring followed by a Q&A with the director Chris Kelly. We are honoured that the Venerable Luon Sovath will also be joining us for the event and film Q&A. For further information please click on the link above.
 
 
 

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