Key research and postgraduate events this week

Monday 12th October 
Centre for Jewish Culture, Society and Politics Inaugural Symposium 13:00, Lindisfarne Centre, St Aidans College.
Contact zoe.roth@durham.ac.uk for more information. Click here to view the programme.

Tuesday 13th October
Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Start-of-Year Welcome Reception 17:30, World Heritage Site Visitors Centre. An opportunity to meet colleagues and hear about IMEMS’ plans for the year. All are welcome to attend. [read more]

The Life of Texts: Evidence in Textual Production, Transmission and Reception. Institute of Advanced Study – The Leverhulme Trust. 18:00-19:30, PGL Learning Centre – Palace Green Library
Richard Gameson – The Life of Texts : Introduction
Barbara Graziosi – Editing Homer [read more].
For further information on this lecture series, click here.

Wednesday 14th October
Reception for MLAC Research and Taught Postgraduate Students 17:00-19:00, ER145
All postgraduates (MA taught, MA research and new and current PhDs) are invited to this reception, where light refreshments will be served. All MLAC staff are also welcome, especially those involved in MA teaching and PGR supervision.

Thursday 15th October 
MLAC Postgraduate Research Student Forum: First meeting 17:00, ER153
This is a PGR-only forum that will meet every week to discuss reading, present work in progress and attend training workshops and sessions with guest speakers visiting MLAC. The first meeting will be focused on MLAC research groups. RG convenors have been invited and are reminded about the importance of this meeting to encourage better integration of PGRs into our RGs.

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