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Join the Friends of SPRI for fascinating evening with Charles Moseley, author of ‘Latitude North’. There will be an opportunity to browse the museum and buy books at the end

Charles Moseley fell in love with the Arctic lands as a boy growing up in Lancashire. He has since spent his life exploring those lands – from joining as a deck-hand on a deep sea trawler to leading an expedition sledging on Spitsbergen.

He now combines his academic career at Cambridge University with giving lectures on cruise ships visiting the Arctic and Antarctic. During the talk, Charles will share his experiences and the unique culture, literature and environment from the Viking settlements of Greenland and Vinland to the ice-bound islands of the far north.

‘Latitude North’ is his most recent book and he will be selling and signing copies of the book after the talk.

Doors open 5.30pm

This talk is part of the Friends of Scott Polar Research Institute lecture series series.

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