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Facial Difference in ‘Wonder Woman’

Spoilers ahead for those yet to see the movie. I finally saw Wonder Woman last night. I already wanted to live on a paradisaical Amazonian island, and this has solidified that desire. The movie was fun, the cinematography was spectacular, I … Continue reading

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First Impressions Last….

Guest blogger and Effaced associate Michelle Webb (PhD project at Exeter: ‘As fowle a ladie as the smale pox could make her’: facial disfigurement in sixteenth and seventeenth century England) writes: On November 10th 2016 the Centre for eighteenth-century studies … Continue reading

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Paralympics and Changed Faces

The start of the 2016 Rio Paralympics reminds me of a comment made by James Partridge, CEO of Changing Faces on the impact of the previous games: ‘2012 did nothing for us’. His point was that whilst the increased media … Continue reading

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