Arcade tales - a social history of the British arcade

Conference keynote


Meades, A. 2017. Arcade tales - a social history of the British arcade.
AuthorsMeades, A.
TypeConference keynote
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Presentation given to BACTA's annual general meeting 2017, Westminster.

Year2017
ConferenceBACTA AGM 2017
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CompletedNov 2017
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