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    Anushka Tay

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    Chinoiserie Outside China 1945-present: How have British Chinese people experienced and demonstrated their relationship to their Chinese heritage through dress?

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    Seoyoung Kim

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Eadweard Muybridge: A study of his work and legacy through an inter-institutional evaluation of the Kingston Museum bequest and other collections

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    Astrid Korporaal

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Peripheral Visions: Reframing the margins in Film and Film Festival ecologies

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    Christopher Day

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    The BBC and European integration, c. 1957-1975

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    Elizabeth Cufley

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    Distribution as Political Action: Investigation of the production, promotion and distribution of feminist moving-image/performative art practices in the UK 1979-present

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    Jaspreet Nijjar

    Culture and communications
    Brunel University London

    Investigating ‘The Masculine Female Grotesque’ in Narrative and U.S. Women’s Prisons Through Orange is The New Black (2013-)

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    Katherine Debono

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Priorities, inclusions and exclusions: Non-elite twentieth-century clothing in museum dress collections

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    Lucy Rogers

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    Latency in the Representation of Geopolitics and Power in the Photographic Work of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg

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    Nichola Hall Clarke

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    In/visible dances: Commuters’ choreographies as social cartography

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    Simon Aeppli

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Operation Bogeyman: The Folk Horror Landscape of 1970's Northern Ireland

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    Stefano Carnelli

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Visualising intangible Sacred Spaces: the materialities and ephemerality of Orthodox Jewish ritual enclosures

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    Therese Henningsen

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Conditions of Receptivity: Intimate, Indeterminate and Interminable Cinemas of Encounter

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    Adam Jones

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    The System and Its Progeny: Stirner’s Insurrectionary Hegelianism and the Affirmation of Creative Individuality

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    Alex Todd

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    The Violence of Vision: Wild Plakken and the Crisis of Dutch Political Identity, 1977–1996

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    Cristina Matei

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Thinking Affectedly: The Question of Touch in Adorno’s Philosophy

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    Daniel Gottlieb

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    The ‘Golden Chain’? - Tradition as a Philosophical Problem

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    Fari Bradley

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    New Ears for A New Noise. Interrogating Smart City Noise Pollution Through Sound Art

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    Hannah Voegele

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Dispossessing Bodies: Resisting the Violence of Property

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    Joe Jukes

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Queer Theory’s Green and Grey: thinking queer absence through the nonsexual rural

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    Kariima Ali

    Culture and communications
    University of Roehampton London

    Exploring the History of Black Women’s Mental Health Organising in Britain from the 1970s – Present Day

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    Katie Hall

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Queer as Friends: rewriting the platonic-romantic relationship binary between women

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    Lola Olufemi

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    Remaking the World: Uses of the Imagination in the Cultural Production of Resistant Movements

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    Luke Beesley

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    On Our Own Behalf: Theory, Strategy, and Practice within the Disabled People’s Movement in Britain

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    Richard Hards

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Reasonable men might have acted likewise: a practice-based investigation of the Strangeways Prison protest

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    Sam Bartlett

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    An Analysis of Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall’s Intellectual Thought in India; Exploring its Development and Contemporary Significance

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    Tom Butler

    Culture and communications
    Brunel University London

    Changing Places: Evaluating the socio-cultural impact and experiential change of the new Museum of London in Smithfield

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    Armando Romero

    Culture and communications
    University of Surrey

    Aquinas and determinatio: an exemplary theory of precedent

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    Bethany Williamson

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Translating place: orthography and the problem of place names at the Royal Geographical Society, 1830–1919

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    Clara Searle

    Culture and communications
    Loughborough University London

    Storytelling Personal Collections: A Tool to Dismantle the Concept of the ‘Other Audience’

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    Daisy Du Toit

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    The second wave of Arts and Crafts? Craft online: Amateurs, Influencers and Craftivists of Generation Craft

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    Edwin Mingard

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Making, Unmaking and Remaking History: Exhibition Programming at Chisenhale Gallery in the late 1980s

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    Felipe Tessarolo

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    Offensive Speech, Fake News and the Brazilian ‘New Right’

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    Gareth Brookes

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    Materiality in Comics - Reframing Sequential Function in Graphic Novels by Confronting the Page as Surface

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    Hodan Omar

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    From Hargeisa to London: A living sound archive of Somalis in Britain

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    Isabelle Kemp

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Representations of Single Motherhood in British Cinema, 1945-1970

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    Jessica Beale

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    Examining the impact of multisensory language on perception and experience: how can botanic, horticultural or historic gardens use audio description to enhance access for all visitors?

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    Kamal Badhey

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Stories Rising to the Surface: Engagement with the Apna Heritage Archive and Punjabi Workers Collection

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    Laharee Mitra

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Decolonisation guidance and its impact on museum learning practice

  • Mandeep Sidhu

    Mandeep Sidhu

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    The Shaheen Bagh Protests (15 December 2019 - 24 March 2020): Coloniality, Epistemic Resistance, and Decoloniality in Present-day BJP-led India

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    Marco Veneri

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Curating Urban Futures: Urban Farming and Meanwhile Tactics in the Context of Urban Regeneration Strategies

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    Nell Nixon

    Culture and communications
    Loughborough University London

    PINNACLE (Promoting inclusive access, discoverability and use of British Library digital learning resources for young people)

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    Roselle Knowles

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Re-imagining liminal therapeutic landscapes

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    Rudy Loewe

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    Unattributable Briefs: Painting and Drawing Black Resistance Histories in the English speaking Caribbean, 1969-1974

  • Viveca Mellegård.jpg

    Viveca Mellegård

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Dyeing to become whole: Indigo dyeing as embodied practice for a more sustainable future

  • Alan Lee

    Alan Lee

    Culture and communications
    University of Roehampton London

    Pride Flags and Queer Networks: The Making of the Transnational LGBTQ+ Community

  • Amy Hare

    Amy Hare

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Period Costume Making in British Art Schools from the late 1950s and its impact on British Television & Film Dramas

  • Andreea Pop

    Andreea Pop

    Culture and communications
    University of Roehampton London

    Gender representations in human trafficking in Italy and the UK nowadays: a rights approach

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    Eliana Rosas Aguilar

    Culture and communications
    Loughborough University London

    The cultural legacy of Paralympic media in Peru: Lessons from the Global South

  • Ivonne Charlotte Marais

    Ivonne Charlotte Marais

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Colonial Rhizomes: Knowledge production of southern Africa through archives and displays in museums

  • Katt Ekrami

    Katt Ekrami

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    Evaluating brand activism and social change across stakeholders

  • Lauren Warner-Treloar

    Lauren Warner-Treloar

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Sound Art and Visual Culture: The Anti-Book Experiment in the Romanov Empire and the USSR, 1881-1932

  • Matthew Adams

    Matthew Adams

    Culture and communications
    Brunel University London

    Reconfiguring the boundaries of self and state in the PRC: Metaverse, Social Credit, and Ethnicity

  • Morag Thomas

    Morag Thomas

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Towards a ‘Theory of Taking’: Whiteness and Collectors of Ethnographic Objects in 19th Century North America

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    Nick Brown

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    The Significance of Magazine Publishing for Black British Art

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    Samuel Hertz

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Scales of Change: Addressing Global Environmental Change through Transdisciplinary Sonic Practices

  • Sangeeta Menon

    Sangeeta Menon

    Culture and communications
    Loughborough University London

    (Re)constructing from the margins: The role of alternative media in building the narrative and memory of social movements

  • Shaan Knan

    Shaan Rathgeber Knan

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Resourcing Gypsy, Romany, Traveller trans youth in the UK: An exploration of intersectionality using heritage as a vehicle for empowerment

  • Isabel Sykes

    Isabel Sykes

    Culture and communications
    Brunel University London

    Media representations and lived experiences of working-class women’s unpaid domestic labour

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    Lisa Colpaert

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    Screen-to-measure: A practice-based, archival and textual investigation of Edith Head’s film costume designs in 1940s ‘film noir’

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    Tomas Aclan

    Culture and communications
    Brunel University London

    Beyond The State: State Resistance & The Culture of Autonomy in Barbacha, Algeria

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    Megha Chauhan

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Exploring nature-fashion partnerships using collective crafting with Indian textile artisans

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    Sabri Ege

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    Mediating Nostalgia: The Transnational Reception of Ottoman-themed Turkish TV Dramas in Pakistan

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    Tom Furber

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Inclusive Engagement Practice

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    Kelly Holmes

    Culture and communications
    Brunel University London

    The First Step or Short Vision?: The Influence of the British Film Institute on British Women’s Filmmaking

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    Helen Jay

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    To what extent is the ‘public service’ intervention in UK broadcasting applicable to contemporary policy on digital platforms?

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    Shama Khanna

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    The garden as a site to cultivate queer anti-racist communities

  • Hanna Komar

    Hanna Komar

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    Supporting Belarusian women to share experiences of gender-based violence and patriarchy using poetry: an autoethnographic approach

  • Marta Marsicka

    Marta Marsicka

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    Representation of Central and Eastern European (CEE) female artists in the history of British exhibitions after 1989

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    Lia Mazzari

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Auditioning the Sonosphere: Live Audio Streaming as Expanded Geo-Practice

  • Chiara Muzzi

    Chiara Muzzi

    Culture and communications
    Loughborough University London

    ‘What do women activists sound like?’ An exploration of women’s environmental activism in Europe through the lens of community radios

  • Laura Nica

    Laura Nica

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

    An Archaeological Exploration of Zaha Hadid’s Fonds through Reverse Digital Fragmentation

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    Aurora Prehn

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    The Biocultural Diaspora of Tea in the 21st Century

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    Piero Rios Carrillo

    Culture and communications
    University of Surrey

    Comparativism, Agency, and Virtue: Making Hard Choices in Law

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    Kathleen Slatford

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Storytelling in Libraries: Making Community

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    Ben Stoll

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Revisiting Race and Thatcherism: the Second Life of the 1980-85 Uprisings on Screen

  • Maria Minic

    Maria Minic

    Culture and communications
    Kingston University London

    Who are Cities For? Collaborative tactics and strategies challenging the neoliberal housing system

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    Samuel Rua-Nimetz

    Culture and communications
    University of Brighton

    A political-philosophical approach to the historical-legal relationship between colonialism and international law as a means of analysing the legal exclusion of indigenous peoples and the despotic state, in West Papua.