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|Title:||Identity Theft in the Talented Mr. Ripley: A Post-Panel Discussion|
|Citation:||Leipacher M, Hughes C, Kahr B, MacRury I & Yates C (2017) Identity Theft in the Talented Mr. Ripley: A Post-Panel Discussion. Free Associations, (70), pp. 135-150. http://freeassociations.org.uk/FA_New/OJS/index.php/fa/article/view/156|
|Abstract:||Transcription of a panel discussion following a performance of The Faction's production, The Talented Mr. Ripley. The production took place as a special event organised by the Media and the Inner World research network, and was held at the New Diorama Theatre, London in February 2015. The discussion is contextualised in an introduction written by Prof Candida Yates, who directs Media and the Inner World and who chaired the panel.|
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