A conference in honour of Professor Susan Pearce University of Leicester 15-17 December 2008 Professor Susan Pearce is an internationally renowned professor of museum studies and historical archaeologist, who has had a long and important association with material culture studies both within and beyond the museum. The University of Leicester’s Department of Museum Studies plans to honour Professor Pearce’s contribution to the field with a significant material culture studies conference and the subsequent publication of a volume of essays based on the conference papers. Both the conference and the volume will explore agenda in theoretically-oriented material culture studies. We are now inviting the submission of abstracts. Presentations will address or inform approaches to theorising relationships between people and the material world. The range of potential themes is broad, and might include embodied experience and sensory engagements, the agency of – and distinctions between – objects and persons, the construction of value, etc. In keeping with Professor Pearce’s own interdisciplinarity, proposals in this area are warmly welcomed from those working on the cutting-edge of object studies not only in archaeology, anthropology and museum studies, but also in a wide range of other disciplines including history, management and organisational studies, geography, literary studies, sociology, philosophy, art history, science technology studies, natural sciences and beyond.
15-17 December 2008
Material Worlds is being held to mark the long and distinguished contribution to the field of material culture studies, museum studies and archaeology of Professor Susan Pearce. This is a radically interdisciplinary conference which takes a broad look at material culture and theoretical approaches to it.
The conference’s intersecting, loosely defined themes are:
A. Museums and heritage
B. Defining and engaging with objects
C. The roles and values of objects
D. Objects of science
E. Designing and making
F. Objects in museums
G. Representing and interpreting culture
H. Collectors and collecting
The conference sessions and activities include:
• several whole-conference sessions (Swithland/Tilton Rooms)
• a number of parallel academic presentation sessions and discussion panels (Swithland, Oakham, Tilton and Senior Common Rooms)
• informal ‘fringe’ sessions (Quenby Suite), and
• computer access and conference wiki (Rothley Room).
You are of course encouraged to sample as many of these as you wish, and we are grateful to all participants for their cooperation with the conference organisers and session chairs in ensuring that timetabling is maintained.
DAY 1: MONDAY 15 DECEMBER 2008
11.00-12.30, John Foster Hall Bar
Coffee and registration
12.30, Swithland/Tilton Rooms
Welcome and introduction
Sandra Dudley (Conference Convenor), Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester.
Simon Knell (Dean of the Faculty of Arts), Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester.
1.00-2.00, John Foster Hall Dining Room: LUNCH
2.00-3.45, Swithland Room
Session A1: Show business? Today’s exhibition culture. A discussion panel
Chair: Ken Arnold, Wellcome Collection, UK.
Discussants: Jim Bennett, Director of the Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford; Sharon Macdonald, Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester; Charles Saumarez Smith, Chief Executive, Royal Academy of Arts, UK.
2.00-3.45, Oakham Room
Session B1: Objects/subjects: interactions and boundaries
Chair: Chris Tilley, Department of Anthropology, University College London, UK.
B1.i: Matt Edgeworth, School of Archaeology & Ancient History, University of Leicester, UK. ‘Balancing artefacts.’
B1.ii: Gaynor Kavanagh, Cardiff School of Art and Design, UK. ‘Objects that speak? Projections and obfuscations in our relationships with the material world.’
B1.iii: Rupert Cox, Social Anthropology, University of Manchester, UK. ‘Animating matter: movement and materiality in the life of automata.’
B1.iv: Vitor Oliveira Jorge, CEAUCP’s researcher, Faculty of Arts, University of Porto; ‘Archaeology’s Achilles heel: overcoming the concept of “material culture”.’
2.00-3.45, Senior Common Room
Session C1: Object values and agency
Chair: Kate Hill, Centre for Local and Regional History, University of Lincoln, UK.
C1.i: Evelyne Tegomoh, Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
University of Buea, Cameroon. ‘From mortar and pestle to electrical food processor: exploring the relationships between objects, marriage and home in the lives of the peoples of Cameroon.’
C1.ii: Joseph Boughey, School of the Built Environment, Liverpool John Mooore’s University, UK. ‘Loss, legacy and resurrection: material and emotional connections with lost social worlds.’
C1.iii: Minou Schraven, Leiden University, The Netherlands. ‘The distribution of agency and the Italian Renaissance portrait medals of Sigismondo Malatesta.’
C1.iv: Louise Purbrick, University of Brighton, UK. ‘Where is the power of things?’
2.00-3.45, Tilton Room
Session D1: Objects of science
Chair: Jim Bennett, Director of the Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford, UK.
D1.i: Claudia Penha dos Santos, Marcus Granato & Janaína Lacerda Furtado, Museu de Astronomia e Ciências Afins, Brazil. ‘Interpreting Brazil’s science and technology heritage: studies based on the MAST collection.’
D1.ii: José Mauro Matheus Loureiro, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ‘Between “dead nature” and alive culture: natural history museums.’
D1.iiii: Hannah-Lee Chalk, Centre for Museology, University of Manchester, UK. ‘Romancing the stones: earth science objects and collections as material culture.’
D1.iv: Simon Knell, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK. ‘A sociology of fossils.’
3.45-4.10: TEA, John Foster Hall bar
4.15-6.00, Swithland Room
Session A2: The roles of heritage
Chair: Peter Davis, International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University, UK.
A2.i: Lisanne Gibson, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK. ‘Cultural landscapes, cultural policy and the politics of identity.’
A2.ii: Beverley Butler, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, UK. ‘Heritage as pharmakon: problematising curative museologies and healing heritages.’
A2.iii: Kevin Hetherington, Geography, The Open University, UK. ‘The museum without history: cities, regeneration and the problem of heritage.’
A2.iv: If you would like to propose a paper for this slot, please contact Sandra Dudley.
4.15-6.00, Oakham Room
Session B2: Objectifying objects
Chair: Katharine Edgar, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester.
B2.i: Deidre O’Sullivan, School of Archaeology & Ancient History, University of Leicester, UK. ‘Becoming ancient ruins: monastic remains as “facts on the ground”.’
B2.ii: Maria Lucia de Niemeyer Matheus Loureiro, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ‘Musealisation processes in the realm of art.’
B2.iii: Bianca Gonçalves de Souza (Universidade Estadual Paulista) & Eduardo Ismael Murguia Marañon (Universidade de São Paulo), Brazil. ‘National sanctuary of Nossa Senhora da Conceição Aparecida: documents, collection and information.’
B2.iv: Helen Pheby, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK. ‘Going public: art, audiences and ownership.’
4.15-6.00, Senior Common Room
Session C2: Objectifying selves I
Chair: Chris Whitehead, International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University, UK.
C2.i: Chris Tilley, Department of Anthropology, University College London, UK. ‘Gardens as artefacts.’
C2.ii: Arlene Oak, Department of Human Ecology, University of Alberta, Canada. ‘Mediating material identities: objects, people and transformation on TV.’
C2.iii: Andrea Witcomb, Deakin University, Australia. ‘The experience of dislocation and its embodiment in material culture in a “globe trotting” world.’
C2.iv: Paul Basu, Department of Anthropology, University of Southampton, UK. ‘Migrating materialities, object diasporas: translations and transformations.’
4.15-6.00, Tilton Room
Session E1: Designing and making
Chair: Helen Rees Leahy, University of Manchester, UK.
E1.i: Chris Dorsett, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Northumbria University, UK. ‘Objects, knowledge and practice-led research.’
E1.ii: Lily Diaz, University of Art & Design, Helsinki, Finland. ‘Artefact analysis and design research.’
E1.iii: Dinah Eastop, Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, UK. ‘Processes of objectification and embodiment in string figure making.’
(Bar opens at 6pm)
6.30-7.30, Swithland/Tilton Rooms
‘Material matters.’ A lecture by Susan Pearce
7.45pm, John Foster Hall Dining Room
9.45pm, Quenby Suite
Film showing: Carry On Up The Khyber
(Bar closes at midnight)
DAY 2: TUESDAY 16 DECEMBER 2008
All day, Rothley Room
Computer access and Material Worlds wiki
Throughout the conference, the Rothley Room will contain a number of networked laptops. These are usable by conference delegates not only for checking email, but also for contributing to the conference wiki – this is your digital space, a website to which any delegate can contribute, noting and debating as you wish particular themes and issues that may arise from the conference sessions and conversations. It is an exciting, online, alternative forum for the discussion of ideas.
9.00-10.45, Swithland Room
Session A3: The roles of museums
Chair: Crispin Paine, Honorary Lecturer, University College London, UK.
A3.i: Peter Gathercole, Emeritus Fellow, Darwin College, Cambridge, UK. ‘Recording Pacific collections in UK museums.’
A3.ii: Chris Whitehead, International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University, UK. ‘Art museums and mapping and travelling.’
A3.iii: Debora Tarolla, APPI (Associazione Professionale Psicomotricisti Italiani/Italian Psychomotion Therapists Professional Association). ‘The integration of psychomotor experience and museums.’
A3.iv: Nick Merriman, The Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, UK. ‘The global museum in the postcolonial world.’
9.00-10.45, Oakham Room
Session B3: Authenticity of objects and experience
Chair: Chris Dorsett, School of Arts and Social Sciences (A&SS), Northumbria University.
B3.i: Len Pole, Independent Museums Consultant, ‘Lost in translation: interpreting ethnographic reconstructions of African ironworking.’
B3.ii: Klare Scarborough, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, USA. ‘Authenticity and object relations in contemporary performance art.’
B3.iii: Bradley Taylor, Museum Studies, University of Michigan, USA. ‘Reconsidering the surrogate: authenticity, affective response and the museum experience.’
B3.iv: Helen Saunderson, School of Psychology, University of Leicester, UK. ‘When is a bin-bag not a bin-bag?’
9.00-10.45, Senior Common Room
Session C3: Objectifying selves II
Chair: Sheila Watson, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
C3.i: Elizabeth Crooke, Museum and Heritage Studies, University of Ulster, UK. ‘Autobiography and the object.’
C3.ii: Anna Catalani, Centre for Tourism and Change, Leeds Metropolitan Museum, UK. ‘Stating the self, through shoes.’
C3.iii: Claire Leighton, Royal College of Art, London, UK. ‘Women as custodians of the cherished object.’
C3.iv: Caroline Scarles & Samantha Warren, School of Management, University of Surrey, UK. ‘Work and play: materialising identity through visual research.’
9.00-10.45, Tilton Room
Session F1: Objects in museums
Chair: David Unwin, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
F1.i: Geoffrey N. Swinney, National Museums of Scotland/Institute of Geography, University of Edinburgh, UK. ‘What do we know about what we know? – the museum “register” as museum object.’
F1.ii: Marlen Mouliou, Directorate of Museums, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, & Despoina Kalessopoulou, National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Greece. ‘Emblematic museum objects of national significance. In search of their multiple meanings and values.’
F1.iii: Claire Warrior, National Maritime Museum, UK. ‘Artic “relics”: the construction of history, memory and narratives at the National Maritime Museum.’
F1.iv: Alexandra Bounia, Dept. of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean, Greece. ‘Public displays of private collections: presenting the collection of Heleni Stathatos to the museum visitor.’
10.45-11.10: COFFEE, John Foster Hall bar
11.15-1.00, Swithland Room
Session G1: Representing and interpreting culture
Chair: Richard Sandell, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
G1.i: Meighen S. Katz, Monash University. ‘Using the material culture of the arts to interpret experiences of Great depression poverty.’
G1.ii: Judy Jaffe-Schagen, Department of History, VU University in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ‘Identities on display.’
G1.iii: Larissa Förster, Department of Anthropology, The New School for Social Research, New York, USA/Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cologne, Germany. ‘The future of ethnographic collecting: to what end should or could we still collect and preserve items of “other people’s” material culture?’
G1.iv: Brenda Trofanenko, Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences & College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. ‘Telling and retelling the narratives of indigenous objects.’
11.15-1.00, Oakham Room
Session B4: Engagements with objects I
Chair: Andrea Witcomb, Deakin University, Australia.
B4.i: Linda Young, Cultural Heritage & Museum Studies, Deakin University, Australia. ‘Mundane but magical: the material culture of heroes’ houses.’
B4.ii: Carine Durand, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK. ‘The Pasifika Styles exhibition: creating encounters between “living” and ancestral taonga.’
B4.iii: Lydia Nakashima Degarrod, California College of the Arts, USA. ‘When ethnographies enter art galleries: viewing violence and inhabiting other’s beauty.’
B4.iv: Hsinhui Hsu Jian-Pai Shi, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK/ Chung Tai Chan Monastery, Taiwan. ‘Embedding Buddhism in the interpretation of material worlds.’
11.15-1.00, Senior Common Room
Session C4: Object values and meanings I
Chair: Gaynor Kavanagh, Cardiff School of Art and Design, UK.
C4.i: Vânia Carneiro de Carvalho, Division of Collection and Curatorship, Museu Paulista da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil. ‘Between ornament and hygiene. The modernity in the domestic space of a Brazilian capital, São Paulo, 1870-1920.’
C4.ii: Suzanne Macleod, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK. ‘Out of place and time: the recent history of the Sultanganj Buddha.’
C4.iii: Sabrina Norlander Eliasson, Department of Art History, Stockholm University, Sweden. ‘“They did not realise how vile these paintings were” – on the Martelli collection in the National Museum of Fine Arts in Stockholm.’
C4.iv: Randall K Van Schepen, School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation, Roger Williams University, USA. ‘The heroic collector/“Garbage Man”: trash in Illya Kabakov’s The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away.’
11.15-1.00, Tilton Room
Session F2: The real and the unreal in museums
Chair: Beth Lord, Department of Philosophy, University of Dundee, UK.
F2.i: Helen Rees Leahy, Centre for Museology, University of Manchester, UK. ‘Curating the void: displaying absence in museum space.’
F2.ii: Danae Tankard, Weald & Downland Open Air Museum/University of Chicester, UK. ‘A ghost in the house? The representation and consumption of the material past at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum.’
F2.iii: Steve Mills, Institute for the Humanities (American Studies), Keele University, UK. ‘Resisting the lure of the artefact: counter-intuitive approaches to the drama of display within open-air museums.’
F2.iv: If you would like to propose a paper for this slot, please contact Sandra Dudley.
1.00-1.55, John Foster Hall Dining Room: LUNCH
2.00-3.45: Swithland Room
Session H1: Collectors and collecting I
Chair: Danae Tankard, Weald & Downland Open Air Museum/University of Chicester, UK.
H1.i: Katy May, University of Southampton, UK. ‘The personal in collecting: assessing the significance of the clothing of Mr and Mrs Tobitt (d.1987).’
H1.ii: Jane Hattrick, University of Brighton. ‘The Norman Hartnell collection: objects and networks of relationships.’
H1.iii: Kate Hill, Centre for Local and Regional History, University of Lincoln, UK. ‘“He knows me … but not at the Museum”: women, collecting and museums, 1880-1914.’
H1.iv: Victoria Mills, Department of English and Humanities, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK. ‘Nineteenth century fiction and the gendering of collecting.’
2.00-3.45: Oakham Room
Session B5: Engagements with objects II
Chair: Robin Skeates, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham, UK.
B5.i: Robin Skeates, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham, UK. ‘Archaeologies of the senses.’
B5.ii: Nuala Hancock, Charleston Trust/Department of English, University of Sussex. ‘Intimating lives: material biography and the commemorative house museum.’
B5.iii: Petra Tjitske Kalshoven, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen. ‘Cracks in the patina: replica-making and the tenuous tactility of material pasts.’
B5.iv: Elizabeth Edwards, University of the Arts, London, UK. ‘Photographs and history: emotion and materiality.’
2.00-3.45: Senior Common Room
Session C5: Object values and meanings II
Chair: Kevin Hetherington, Geography, The Open University, UK.
C5.i: Bob Snape, School of Health and Social Sciences, University of Bolton, UK. ‘Industrial collections and the construction of value in the Victorian and Edwardian Municipal Museum.’
C5.ii: Fiona Cheetham, Salford Business School, University of Manchester, UK. ‘An actor-network perspective of the value of collectable objects.’
C5.iii: Ann Brysbaert, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK. ‘People and their things.’
C5.iv: If you would like to propose a paper for this slot, please contact Sandra Dudley.
2.00-3.45: Tilton Room
Session F3: Museum audiences’ engagements with objects
Chair: Viv Golding, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
F35.i: Torunn Kjolberg, Faculty of Arts and Architecture, University of Brighton, UK. ‘Strange, wondrous things: museum objects as learning resources in visual research.’
F3.ii: Jo Hall, The British Museum/Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. ‘Sharing human origins: the British Museum and the presented Palaeolithic.’
F3.iii: Melanie Horton, Manchester Metropolitan University/Manchester City Galleries, UK. ‘Propaganda, pride and prejudice – revisiting the Empire Marketing Board posters at Machester City Galleries.’
F3.iv: Laurajane Smith & Kalliopi Fouseki (Department of Archaeology) & Geoff Cubitt & Ross Wilson (Department of History), University of York, UK. ‘Encountering the materiality of the British slave trade.’
3.45-4.10: TEA, John Foster Hall bar
4.15-6.00, Swithland Room
Session H2: Collectors and collecting II
Chair: Beverley Butler, University College London, UK.
H2.i: ’Mark Egan, School of Management, University of Leicester, UK. ‘Famed parasols and celebrity skirted coats: attachment to collections in the workplace.’
H2.ii: Caroline Bergeron, International Program in Museum Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal/Université d’Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse. ‘Material object/immaterial collector? Is there a place for donor-collector discourse in the museum space?’
H2.iii: Emma Martin, Ethnology & Asian Collections, National Museums Liverpool, UK. ‘Gift giving in the Himalayas: Charles Bell, the Dalai Lama and a collection of “curios”’.
H2.iv: Marcio Rangel, Minstry of Culture, Brazil. ‘The study of material culture in the collection of Costa Lima.’
4.15-6.00, Oakham Room
Session B6: Object change, immateriality and loss
Chair: Ann Brysbaert, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
B6.i: Elizabeth Pye, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, UK. ‘Interpreting the values of conservation.’
B6.ii: Mary Brooks, Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, UK. ‘Embracing decay: time, preservation and the museum.’
B6.iii: Roger Sansi, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK. ‘Tracing dematerialization in contemporary art.’
B6.iv: If you would like to propose a paper for this slot, please contact Sandra Dudley.
4.15-6.00, Senior Common Room
Session C6: Political objects
Chair: Lisanne Gibson, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
C6.i: Margaret A. Lindauer, Department of Art History, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA. ‘Fida Kahlo’s postcolonial map of Mexico.’
C6.ii: Mark Nixon, Regional Framework for Local History and Archaeology, Culture & Sport Glasgow, UK. ‘Material culture and political history.’
C6.iii: Crispin Paine, Honorary Lecturer, University College London, UK. ‘Sacred, special or significant? The case of the portable altar.’
C6.iv: If you would like to propose a paper for this slot, please contact Sandra Dudley.
4.15-6.00, Tilton Room
Session F4: Objects on display I
Chair: Suzanne Macleod, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
F4.i: Beth Lord, Department of Philosophy, University of Dundee, UK. ‘Elizabethan displays: the question of power in the history of museums.’
F4.ii: Anastasia Filippoupoliti, Department of Early Childhood Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece. ‘Science on stage: scenography and visual tactics in the museum, the theatre and the international exhibition.’
F4.iii: Michael Katzberg, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), Universiteit van Amsterdam. ‘Lighting narratives: period rooms and tableau vivants on (didactic) display.’
F4.iv: Vivian Ting, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester. ‘Living objects: a theory of museological objecthood.’
(Bar opens at 6pm)
6.30-7.30, Quenby Suite
Conference drinks reception
7.30, John Foster Hall Dining Room
Conference dinner and quiz
9.45pm, Quenby Suite
Film showing: Carry On Up The Khyber
(Bar closes at midnight)
DAY 3: WEDNESDAY 17 DECEMBER 2008
8.45-10.30, Swithland/Tilton Room
Session F5: Objects on display II
Chair: Elizabeth Edwards, University of the Arts, London, UK.
F5.i: Shirley Chubb, Department of Fine Art, University of Chichester. ‘Location and intervention: visual practice enabling a synchronic view of artifacts and sites.’
F5.ii: Marijke Van Eeckhaut, Department of Art, Theatre & Music Sciences, Ghent University, Belgium. ‘The irresistibility of contemporary art underestimated? A comparative study of two spectator-driven visual art presentations.’
F5.iii: Klaus Wehner, Museum Clausum, UK. ‘The posed object as image seen through Roland Barthes’ concepts of punctum and stadium.’
F5.iv: Alice Semedo, Departamento de Ciências e Técnicas do Património
Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto, Portugal. ‘(Im)material practices in museums.’
8.45-10.30, Oakham Room
Session B7: Object biographies/biographical objects
Chair: Simon Knell, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK.
B7.i: Angela McClanahan, University of Leeds, UK. ‘Curating otherness, capital and community at the Stones of Stenness: a monumental biography.’
B7.ii: Mark Hall, Perth Museum & Art Gallery, UK. ‘Two stones, one landscape and many stories: cultural biography and the early medieval sculptures of Inchyra and St Madoes, Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire, Scotland.’
B7.iii: Louise Tythacott, Centre for Museology, University of Manchester, UK. ‘From sacred to profane: transformations of Buddhist images in the West.’
B7.iv: Frances Larson, Department of Anthropology, University of Durham. ‘Biographies of scale: Henry Wellcome as businessman and collector.’
8.45-10.30, Senior Common Room
Session C7: Contested meanings and uses of objects
Chair: Nick Merriman, The Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, UK.
C7.i: Michele Hardy, Curator of Decorative Arts, The Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ‘Empowering tradition: Muslim women, textiles, and agency.’
C7.ii: Malika Kraamer, Curator of World Cultures, New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester, UK. ‘Origin disputed: the making, use and evaluation of Ghanaian textiles.’
C7.iii: Jennifer Clark, School of Humanities, University of New England, Armidale, Australia. ‘Objects of subversion: contested spaces, competing stories and the material culture of motoring.’
C7.iv: Amy Barnes, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK. ‘Displaying the Communist Other: perspectives on the exhibition and interpretation of communist material culture.’
11.00, Swithland/Tilton Rooms
Richard Sandell, Head of the Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester.
Robert Burgess, Vice-Chancellor, University of Leicester.
Barbara Lloyd, Department of Museum Studies, University of Leicester.
11.30-1.15, Swithland/Tilton Rooms
Conference closing session
Led by Howard Morphy, Director of the Research School of Humanities, Australian National University.
1.15-2.15, John Foster Hall Dining Room: LUNCH
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