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FULLY BOOKED Architecture, Music and Acoustics in Renaissance Venice FULLY BOOKED

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  • UserProf Deborah Howard World_link
  • ClockWednesday 23 April 2014, 18:00-19:00
  • HouseTrinity College.

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The PdOC Society is pleased to announce the next PdOC Interdisciplinary Lecture and Formal Hall at Trinity College on Wednesday 23rd April. We are delighted that Professor Deborah Howard, Director of Research and Professor Emerita of Architectural History will give the next ‘Crossing the Barriers’ lecture entitled ‘Architecture, Music and Acoustics in Renaissance Venice’. The lecture will start at 6pm in the Winstanley Lecture theatre, Trinity College, followed by a drinks hosted by Trinity College. Dinner will be served afterwards in the Great Hall.

This event is very generously supported by Trinity College.

The Crossing the Barriers lecture series aims to promote University of Cambridge postdoc research visibility by offering an environment to exchange ideas, concepts and views across different fields of research, as well as offer postdocs an experience of college life and an opportunity to meet and network. Postdocs from all disciplines are invited to come to the lecture and afterwards for dinner at Trinity College. Tickets cost £21 for a welcome drinks reception, three course meal and wine. Registration deadline 10 April. Further details and booking information can be found on

This talk is part of the The Postdocs of Cambridge (PdOC) Society series.

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