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Talks take place almost every Tuesday during full term and are open to the public and to all university members. Our aim is act as a forum for stimulating ideas across the boundaries between the Humanities and other fields of study. We also offer a programme with international interest, featuring talks on a range of countries and themes from a range of periods, with a balance between early career researchers, up and coming scholars, and world class professors. We like to involve audiences in a discursive Q and A session after talks.Our ambiance is inclusive and welcoming, offering refreshments before and after events.
If you have a question about this list, please contact: Sheila Betts; Dr Christine L Corton; Dr Mary Newbould; Dr Bianca Gaudenzi; ; Boyd Brogan; Dr Rachel E. Holmes; Mary-Ann Middelkoop; jsd27. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.
5 upcoming talks and 164 talks in the archive.
Tanya Aplin (KCL).
Tuesday 02 May 2017, 17:45-19:15
Jane Chapman (Wolfson College, University of Cambridge).
Tuesday 16 May 2017, 17:45-19:15
Boyd Brogan (Wolfson College, University of Cambridge).
Tuesday 23 May 2017, 17:45-19:15
Ruth Jackson (CRASSH, University of Cambridge).
Tuesday 30 May 2017, 17:45-19:15
Professor Sir Richard Evans (Wolfson College, Cambridge).
Tuesday 06 June 2017, 17:45-19:15
Please see above for contact details for this list.
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