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Sense of Place lecture series - update

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The Department of Slavonic Studies is excited to launch back into our Departmental Lecture Series, ‘A Sense of Place’ in Lent Term.

Future talks will transport us to the Kara-Kum Desert in the 1930s with Katharine Holt (February 4); next, along the banks of the Volga with Jane Costlow (February 18); and finally to 17th century Wilno with David Frick (March 3).

‘A Sense of Place’ is but one series of events hosted by the Slavonic department in what is proving to be a very full term! Because of this, the organisers of ‘A Sense of Place’ have agreed, along with invited speaker Emma Widdis, to withdraw her lecture from the roster, meaning there will be no lecture on January 21.

Please do join us this term! All lectures are open to the public and are held at the Umney Theatre in Robinson College, starting at 5:30pm with half an hour of questions and discussion at 6:30-7pm.

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