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Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm
The large mammalian predators that we shared most of our evolutionary history with survive in ever-decreasing numbers but still haunt our imaginations. This lavishly illustrated lecture looks at the iconography of the apex predators from the Paleolithic to the present, in a range of art, mythology and literature.
Date and Time: Saturday 29 June 2-3.30pm
Speaker: Dr Nicholas Foxton, Kingston University
Venue: Room 0001, John Galsworthy building, Penrhyn Road campus
Prices: Tickets £5, concessions £3, free to Kingston University staff and alumni