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18:00 Category: LSS - Secular Hall - Public event[18:30] LSS: Arts + Crafts film: Against the Grain
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Film: "Against the Grain : the Sapperton group of craftsmen designers" by Margaret Dickinson and Jan Marsh. Documentary about Ernest Gimson and the Arts and Crafts architects he studied and worked with. Partly filmed on location in Leicester. More info: http://bufvc.ac.uk/dvdfind/index.php/title/av74242 Free entry with tea and biscuits All welcome ------ Unfortunately Jonathan Davies is unable to give his talk originally planned for this evening. Jonathan Davies: Worlds of Austerity - International lessons on governance and resistance from eight cities. Jonathan was going to talk about the experience of austerity and resistance to it in eight international cities: Athens, Baltimore, Barcelona, Dublin, Leicester, Melbourne, Montreal and Nantes. He is Director of the DMU Centre for Urban Research on Austerity and Professor of Critical Policy Studies.

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