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Bettakultcha – Finding Justice in Leeds

September 21, 2012
Justice on Park Row

Justice on Park Row (1900) by Joseph Thewlis. (c) Graham Dann, 2012

Finding Justice in Leeds, Tim Mc Connell (Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholar)

The second – exceedingly well-received – and entertaining talk on the location and presentation of the personification of Justice from the ancient world to today, including Leeds in the 1900s. If you’d like to meet Justice in person and find out more about Tim’s research come to the Ancient Worlds Gallery of Leeds City Museum during Light Night on October 5th 2012 to Classical Stories Live in Leeds.

The PowerPoint is available exclusively here.

Watch the talk on the Bettakultcha website

Download the “Finding Justice in Leeds” PowerPoint (advances automatically after 15 seconds so open as the talk starts)

Justice in County Arcade

Justice in County Arcade in Burmantoft’s vitreous mosaic. County Arcade (1898-1904 by Frank Matcham (archtiect). (c) Graham Dann, 2012

Read the Feedback

Tim McConnell, amazing!!! #Bettakultcha

This is more like it. Depictions of Justice at #bettakultcha

where is Justice in Leeds? Tim McConnell knows, at #Bettakultcha. brilliant!!

That was excellent. Funny and informative talk on Justice at #bettakultcha

Loving the #justice #bettakultcha – well done Tim! #whereisjusticeinleeds

Good governance never really caught on #bettakultcha

So proud. Tim McConnell you were fantastic! Loved your presentation #bettakultcha

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