This week’s forum will be on WEDNESDAY at 5pm in A56, where Dr Sam Bootle will be speaking to us about handling tricky questions on your research, in a conference, interview, or even conversational context. This looks set to be a really useful and informative session, with lots of opportunities to chat and ask questions.
Monday 30th November
Evidence on Trial – Public Lecture Series: Professor Dame Julia Higgins (Imperial College London) – Evidence in Experimental Science
18:15-19:15, Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre. [read more]
Tuesday 1st December
IAS Fellow’s Public Lecture: Professor Brian Belcher (Royal Roads University) – Defining and Measuring Research Quality in a Transdisciplinary Context
17:30-18:30, Birley Room, Hatfield College. [read more]
CVAC Lecture: Professor Hubert Locher – ‘God’s own Junkyard’: Architecture, Photography and Society
Wednesday 2nd December
Work in Progress Seminar, 12:00-13:00, ER146
John O’Brien and Marc Schachter will present on The Circulation of Subversive Literature in Early Modern Europe.
Fusako Innami and Rebekah Clements will present on Research and Teaching in Japanese Studies.
All colleagues and postgraduate students are warmly encouraged to attend this important new forum for sharing research and research-related projects across MLAC.
Durham Early Modern Group Seminar: Andrea Knox (Northumbria) – Her Book-Lined Cell: Irish Nuns and the Development of Texts, Translation and Literacy in late medieval Spain
17:30-19:00, SR1, History, 43 North Bailey.
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IAS Fellow’s Public Lecture: Professor Penny Harvey (University of Manchester) – Evidence of the Public Good: sceptical reasoning and public infrastructure in contemporary Peru
17:30-18:30, Events Hall (Howlands), Josephine Butler College. [read more]