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The Department of Computer Science invites you to celebrate its half-centenary by exploring the exciting history of becoming digital.
French, German, Italian, Spanish and Mandarin evening and afternoon classes at Royal Holloway.
The original research presented in the photography exhibition newly evidences connections between issues that are too often considered separate from each other in policy and planning debates.
We can learn a surprising variety of things from fiction, both about the lost worlds of the past, and about the limits of our own understanding.
The College Chorus presents a programme celebrating the work of Sir Charles Hastings Hubert Parry who died in October 1918.
A research presentation by Danielle Beswick (University of Birmingham). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Misunderstood and maligned today, sentimentality was central to Victorian art and literature.
The Hellenic Institute will be closing its 25th anniversary celebrations with the premiere of Lydia Kakabadse’s Odyssey.
This is a festival of literature and ideas that tries to reflect some of the current political moods in London, in Italy and Europe.
The Bigger Bang! show is an exhibition science event with learning outcomes all the way.