Author Archives: Paul V Dudman

About Paul V Dudman

Archivist responsible for the Refugee Archives at the University of East London.

Registration Open: Bourdieu, Aesthetics and the Body

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Resources: UEL Centre for East London Studies Interviews on London 2012 Olympic Legacy

In the build-up to the conference on “Evaluating the legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games four years on,” on the 20th September 2016, the Centre for East London Studies (CELS) have published a number of online video interviews exploring … Continue reading

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Event: Centre for East London Studies (CELS) Conference Evaluating the legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games four years on

Centre for East London Studies (CELS) Conference  Evaluating the legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games four years on Tuesday 20th September 2016 9am – 4pm (Followed by tour of Olympic Park) University Square Stratford* Book your place by following … Continue reading

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Freewheelers Inclusive Theatre – Talk and Screening

Originally posted on UCA Archives:
When: 11th February 2016 When: 13:00 Where: UCA, Farnham Campus, Ground Floor of Elaine Thomas Library To who: Open to all The Freeewheelers Inclusive Theatre Group are giving a screening and talk of theatre, films…

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50 years of the Royal Lyceum Theatre

Originally posted on University of Glasgow Library:
50 years ago, on 1 October 1965, The Servant o’ Twa Maisters opened on The Lyceum stage. Many productions had played there before, however this was the first from the new Royal Lyceum…

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Event: UEL Archives and Special Collections Open Day

As part of the Explore Your Archive Campaign 2015, we are pleased to announce: UEL Archives and Special Collections Open Day When: Wednesday, 18th November 2015. 11am – 6pm Where: University of East London Docklands Campus Library Archive: Room DL.G.02 … Continue reading

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UEL Conference: ‘Scholarship and the Social Sciences in a Global Era’

‘Scholarship and the Social Sciences in a Global Era’ Conference to Celebrate the Launch of the UEL School of Social Sciences Monday 9th November 2015 University Square, 1 Salway Road, London, E15 1NF Keynote speakers: Saskia Sassen Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology … Continue reading

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Event: The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture, 10 December 2015

The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture 2015 Raphael Samuel (1934-1996) 6.30 pm, Thursday 10 December 2015 (wine reception to follow) Professor Sally Alexander (Emeritus Professor of Modern History, Goldsmiths University of London; founding editor, History Workshop Journal) ‘Social democracy’s super-ego?  The … Continue reading

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Is the Freedom of Information Act ‘working effectively’?

Originally posted on Blog Now:
Image by Kevan via Creative Commons By Steven McGinty In July, Parliamentary Secretary for the Cabinet Office, Lord Bridges, announced that there would be an independent cross-party review on Freedom of Information (FOI). The UK’s…

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Event: Sport in Museums Network Conference, Bursaries, Journal and Education Pack

Event: Sport in Museums Network Conference, Bursaries, Journal and Education Pack Please find below information about the Sport in Museums Network’s current programme. Conference: Why does sporting heritage matter? Nottingham, 11th February 2016. Why does sporting heritage matter? Our next … Continue reading

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