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Lecture Supper: James Stuart: Radical liberalism, ‘non-gremial students’ and continuing education

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James Stuart was a significant figure in Cambridge’s history – a prominent engineer, politician and educator, who founded the University’s Institute of Continuing Education in 1873. Find out more about his pioneering work, with sociologist Dr Nigel Kettley.

The lecture will begin at 6.00pm, and will be followed by a buffet supper at 7.00pm where you can meet the speaker and chat to other attendees.

Tickets are £29 per person, and include a glass of house wine/prosecco and a buffet supper.

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