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An informal lunchtime seminar series is held in Wolfson College most Wednesdays of full term. The series is designed to enable and encourage junior members of Wolfson College to speak in an informal setting about their past and/or current research. College visitors and other college members are also encouraged to participate and give talks. Participants can bring in their trays and have lunch during the talks, and we encourage friendly debate over complimentary coffee and biscuits. Seminar topics are invited across all academic disciplines. College members who are interested in presenting and or in helping the lunchtime team with the organisation, planning and chairing of sessions can email the current organisers at email@example.com
If you know somebody who might be interested to give a talk or if you are interested yourself please fill the following form and we will get back to you as soon as possible: http://goo.gl/80WMF
3 upcoming talks and 93 talks in the archive.
Dr Ramu de Bellescize, Wolfson College Visiting Scholar; Reader at the University of Rouen, Faculty of Law; Lawyer, Paris.
Wednesday 29 May 2013, 13:00-14:00
Andrew Goldman, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Music, Centre for Music & Science; Wolfson College.
Wednesday 05 June 2013, 13:00-14:00
Zoe Strimpel, MPhil Candidate, Department of Geography, Gender Studies; Wolfson College.
Wednesday 12 June 2013, 13:00-14:00
Please see above for contact details for this list.
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