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  • Laura Nica

    Laura Nica

    Culture and communications
    University of Westminster

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

  • David Blanar

    David Blanar

    Art and design
    University of the Arts London

    Immersive Theatre Process & Production: Developing a Capture Methodology for Archiving Digital Storytelling

  • Wilma Stone

    Wilma Stone

    Art and design
    University of the Arts London

    Grey Milk and Lost Kin: Re-sounding, Re-visioning, and Re-membering Trauma in the Scottish Gypsy Traveller Archives

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    Ioanna Sakellaraki

    Histories and philosophies
    Kingston University London

    Archiving the Disaster: Preservation, Separation and Encounter

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    Tom Furber

    Culture and communications
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Inclusive Engagement Practice

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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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    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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    Nick Brown

    Culture and communications
    University of the Arts London

    The Significance of Magazine Publishing for Black British Art

  • Olivia Aarons

    Olivia Aarons

    Histories and philosophies
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Speaking Truth to Power: A History of Galop and the LGBTQ Community's Responses to Violence

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    Amy Swainston

    Histories and philosophies
    Royal Holloway University of London

    Commemorating the Equal Franchise Act 1928

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    Joanna Brown

    Languages and literatures
    Royal Holloway University of London

    The Listening: fictionalising fugitive voices and fragmented lives in the slavery archive

  • 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