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Liberal and Performing Arts Student Research Conference

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TC002

Francis Close Hall

University of Gloucestershire

Swindon Road

GL50 4AZ

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Celebrate the end of the academic year with our student researchers

1030 TC002 Tea and biscuits

1100 TC002 Conference opens

Elli Rosser ‘Being Human: a Short Film’

Conor Bevan ‘To What Extent Can UFO Movements Be Considered to Have Spiritual and Religious Elements?’

Anne Johnstone 'The Importance of Identity within Walt Whitman's Song of Myself'

Oliver Brown ‘The Heart Mountain Fair Play Committee and Japanese-American Internment/Incarceration during WW2’

Pippa Harris 'Mental Health and its Effects on Identity, as Portrayed in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar'

1230 TC002a Lunch and Postgraduate Poster Presentations

1315 TC002

Jessica Iubini-Hampton ‘Language Shift, Maintenance, and Death: A Sociolinguistic Case-study of a Variety of Modenese’

Kevin McCloskey ‘Three Murders on the High Street: From Dark History to Enlightened Heritage’

Charlie Gowans Dracula: Transgression of Victorian Societal Norms’

Helen Rawlings ‘Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and her Expendable Women’

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