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Items where Division is "College of Arts, Humanities and Education > School of Arts" and Year is 2022

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Brockie, Alexander (2022) Representing Private Citizens in Contemporary British Theatre: The Legal and Ethical Challenges. Masters thesis, University of Worcester.


Cochrane, Claire ORCID: (2022) The Archive, the Historian, and the Relationships of Change. Pamiętnik Teatralny, 71 (2). pp. 35-54. ISSN 2658-2899

Cussans, John ORCID: (2022) Beau Dick and the Ceremonial Art of Potlatch. In: Beau Dick and the Ceremonial Art of Potlatch with John Cussans - The Viktor Wynd Museum & The Last Tuesday Society, 19 January 2022, Online. (Unpublished)

Cussans, John ORCID:, Newland, Paul ORCID:, Golz, Paul ORCID:, Evans, Simon ORCID: and Taylor, Simon ORCID: (2022) Arts for Health symposium. In: The Arts for Health Symposium, 12 January 2022, The Art House, Castle St, Worcester.

Cussans, John ORCID: and Walsh, J. (2022) Deep discernment: A conversation between John Cussans and Joe Walsh. The Ecological Citizen, 5 (2). pp. 150-159. ISSN 2515-1967


Davies, Andy ORCID: (2022) Lave Net Fishing. [Show/Exhibition]

Dhillon, Jaswinder ORCID: (2022) Envisioning Future Classrooms. In: EDUCON 2022,10th GERA (Global Educational Research Association) Virtual International Conference, 18-19th February 2022, Punjab, India.


Hickey, Tobias (2022) Migrations to Sea Change. In: Migrations to Sea Change, 28/06/2022, Online. (Unpublished)


Peyre, Roberto N. and Cussans, John ORCID: (2022) Veve Kunigundis. [Show/Exhibition]


Smith, Emma ORCID:, Carter, Melody, Walklet, Elaine and Hazell, Paul (2022) Investigating recovery from problem substance use using digital photovoice. Journal of Community Psychology. ISSN 1520-6629

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