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Return to the Bike Cemetery Slang: a ‘dench’ podcast Making the best of a bad Job: An introduction to the life and work of Wilfred Bion Did fashion drive the industrial revolution? Marxism in the 21st Century: Culture and Cultural Studies Making waves with sound….. Urban Smellscapes Pitt Rivers Collection: The rainforest music of the BayAka Football and Culture Dylan Thomas: a celebration Comics: unrepentantly in the gutter? The Star-Spangled Banner Faulkner Networked: Regional, Indigenous, Trans-Pacific Future Readers: Narrative Knowledge in the Anthropocene Petrochemical Gothic: True Detective and the Energy Unconscious of American Studies New perspectives on US Studies: Technologies of Crisis The odoriferous 18th century Colours of memory: a conversation with Geoff Dyer Mood Indigo: Boris Vian, surrealist Transmission: A Conversation with Hari Kunzru Economics and Everyday Life – Part One Urban smellscapes The Biopic in Contemporary Film Culture Shamans and Sacraments: the meaning of rituals The death of print in a digital age Ethnomusicology Seeing is believing: The politics of the visual Pitt Rivers Collection: Reel to Real Theatre studies: why study drama? For love not money: what keeps circuses on the road? Lives through a lens – cinema memories The Library of Cynicism – multi-sensory art exhibtion The role of art in political change Anosmia: lives without sense of smell Taking the fear out of Shakespeare Art and war The art of listening: musical pitch Death 24x a second Leveson Inquiry – the backstory Jean-Luc Godard – a portrait Staying live? Hamlet’s Arab Journey: Shakespeare in the Arab world It’s hard to be critical these days…. Is London like it used to be? Screen writing Singing the century Pat Murphy, filmmaker – my influences Hip hop: The global voice of revolution? Nawal el Saadawi – writer, activist Dickens on France Forgotten fiction Left-handedness Change ringing Cultural hegemony vs. linguistic diversity Researchers’ Night