Roberta Mock is Associate Dean (Research) and Reader in Performance, Faculty of Arts.
Dr Roberta Mock is Reader in Performance and Associate Dean for Research in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Plymouth where she also leads the MRes Theatre & Performance programme. She is the editor of Walking, Writing & Performance (Intellect, forthcoming) and Performing Processes (Intellect, 2000), and author of Jewish Women on Stage, Film, and Television (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007). She is co-convenor of the Performance & the Body Working Party of TaPRA (Theatre & Performance Research Association) and a member of the AHRC Peer Review College. For further details: www.plymouth.ac.uk/staff/rmock
Dr Mark Miodownik – How to Make The Perfect Cup Of Coffee
Mark Miodownik: How to make the perfect cup of coffee.
What elements are involved in the making of a simple beverage. The Director of the Materials Library and Head of the Materials Research Group at King’s College London provides an audibly practical demonstration of the answer.
Dr Ariel Hessayon: Restoring the Garden of Eden in England’s Green and Pleasant Land.
What meaning does the activity of The Diggers, 1649-50, and the thinking of Gerrard Winstanley now hold? Dr Hessayon is based at Goldsmiths’ Department of History.
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