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HARC Dialogues: The Value of Eating

Description
HARC Dialogues: The Value of Eating2.30-4.30pm ROUNDTABLE: Food Value and Gender: Mediated Consumption, Anxiety and PotentialityRoundtable led by Ruth Cruickshank (Royal Holloway, University of London) who will be joined by Peter Jackson (University of Sheffield) and Joanne Hollows. 5.30-7.00pm LECTURE: Physio-moral accounts: Eating pleasures and destructions
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21/02/2014

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Play! Festival of Culture 2014

Play! Festival of Culture 2014

Date
03 - 06/06/2014
Location:
Royal Holloway campus
Description
Play!, our annual festival of culture – where theatre, dance, music, comedy, creative writing, debate and media meet to showcase the best of creations by students and staff - is coming home to Royal Holloway's campus this year, after two hugely successful years at The Firestation Centre for Arts & Culture, Windsor. For further details click on the link above.
 
 
 
 

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