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History and nationalism. Spain and Catalonia in a comparative context

23 October 2014

History may be about the past, but it is always also the product of the socio-political and intellectual context in which it is written. At a time when the question of national distinctiveness…

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Communicating with light

27 October 2014

Some of the greatest scientific and technological successes of the past 50 years are from communications. Most of the data we generate and receive (whether emails, tweets, videos or…

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Exhibition launch: Cities Methodologies 2014

28 October 2014

Join UCL Urban Laboratory for the opening night of Cities Methodologies, an annual exhibition exploring urban research. Audiences will encounter an eclectic array of approaches to the…

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Family Film Night: Night at the Museum

28 October 2014

What happens to our specimens when we shut the doors at 5pm? Will you find our chimp climbing the balcony or our moles escaping the jar? Choose a spot amongst our skeletons and jars…

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Family Film Night: Night at the Museum - Battle of the Smithsonian

30 October 2014

What happens in our museums after the doors close at night? Get an idea with a very special screening of Night at the Museum - Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) in the Petrie Museum…

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Cities Imaginaries lecture: Amit Chaurduri, 'The New Provinces'

31 October 2014

The acclaimed author and academic Amit Chaurduri will host a lecture at UCL, marking the merger of the UCL Department of English Language and Literature's City Centre into the Urban…

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Gentlemen of Horror: Mr Cushing and Mr Lee

31 October 2014

When they first worked together in The Curse of Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy, Peter Cushing was one of the most famous actors in Britain, while Christopher Lee was unknown. For…

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Halloween at the Grant

31 October 2014

Where better to spend Halloween than in a room of scary skeletons and skulls? If it’s “Eye of newt, and toe of frog” or “Wool of bat, and tongue of dog”, we’ve got all you could want…

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