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Centre for the Study of Law, Society and Popular Culture (CLSPC) was heavily involved in the British Society of Sports History Conference that took place at the University at the beginning of September.

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We are delighted to announce two events on 6 March, organised and delivered by members of the Centre.

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The Centre of Law, Society and Popular Culture welcomed celebrated writer and comedian Stewart Lee to Westminster Law School on 8 November.

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The Arts and Humanities Research Council and British Academy-funded Being Human festival will run in late November with the theme of ‘Lost and Found’, displaying the hidden stories that humanities research can bring into the light.

Lost in Music, the new initiative developed by members of Westminster Law School and supported by the Quintin Hogg Trust, was launched on 3 October in the historic Portland Hall.

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On this day, 45 years ago, the legendary David Bowie played at the Polytechnic as Ziggy Stardust.

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