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Beyond Text in Legal Education

Beyond Text Spiritualism and Technology in Contemporary and Hist...

Beyond the Basket Construction, Order and Understanding

Children's Playground Games and Songs in the New Media Age

Choreographic Objects traces and artifacts of physical intellige...

De-Placing Future Memory

Ephemeral Media

Experimental workshops comparing the musical performance of vern...

Exploring Festival Performance as a 'State of Encounter'

Future Memory in Place

Growing into Music: a multicultural study of musical enculturati...

In the hands of the user changing patterns of participation and ...

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Indigeneity and Performance

Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain and its m...

Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song

Perception and wellbeing a cross-disciplinary approach to experi...

Pictures of Peace and Justice Documentation, Evidence and Impact...

Picturing the imaginary geography of the Great Western Railway, ...

Poetry Beyond Text Vision, Text and Cognition

Project on Creative Practices Beyond Borders Arts Interaction, S...

Reanimating cultural heritage digital repatriation, knowledge ne...

Robert Burns Inventing Tradition and Securing Memory, 1796-1909

Street life and street culture Between Early Modern Europe and t...

Student Led Initiatives

Student Led Initiatives 2010-2011

The Material and Social Lifespans of Contemporary Artworks

The New Media Art Network on Authenticity and Performativity

The performance of disability histories remembrance and transmis...

The Sounds of Early Cinema in Britain

The Use of Audiovisual Resources in Jazz Historiography and Scho...

Transforming lives: pilot project for multimedia exhibition that...

Transforming Lives: young people, art and the city

Viewing texts Word as image and ornament in medieval inscriptions

Visual Perception in Arts and Neuroscience

Who Owns the Orphans? Traditional and Digital Property in Visual...

 

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