This month’s events

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  1. English Research Seminar --- Chris Townsend

    English Research Seminar --- Chris Townsend

    English Research Seminar

  2. Sarah Broadie Memorial Lecture -- Speaker: Professor Ursula Coope (Oxford)

    Sarah Broadie Memorial Lecture -- Speaker: Professor Ursula Coope (Oxford)

    'Contingency and the Present'

    For further information please contact [email protected]

  3. Novel tools for functional connectomics in mammals

    Novel tools for functional connectomics in mammals

    Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) External Seminar series by Dr Ernesto Ciabatti, MRC LMB, Cambridge.

  4. SAIMS Annual Lecture -- Professor Walter Pohl (Vienna)

    SAIMS Annual Lecture -- Professor Walter Pohl (Vienna)

    Where Rome really fell: the lands along the Danube in the fourth to seventh centuries

    SAIMS Annual Lecture -- Professor Walter Pohl (Vienna) Where Rome really fell: the lands along the Danube in the fourth to seventh centuries

  5. Middle East and Iranian History Seminar -- Dr Yasamin Alkhansa

    Middle East and Iranian History Seminar -- Dr Yasamin Alkhansa

    The Ulema-sisation of the Constitutional Revolution in History Textbooks

    Dr Yasamin Alkhansa (St Andrews) The Ulema-sisation of the Constitutional Revolution in History Textbooks

  6. School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Dr Sara Shinton

    School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Dr Sara Shinton

    Presentation by Dr Sara Shinton of the University of Edinburgh, hosted by Janet Lovett and Vivienne Wild.

  7. Early Modern and Reformation Seminar -- Dr Genji Yasuhira (Kyoto)

    Early Modern and Reformation Seminar -- Dr Genji Yasuhira (Kyoto)

    Catholics, Citizenship and Religious Coexistence in the Dutch Republic, 1672-1750

    Dr Genji Yasuhira (Kyoto) Catholics, Citizenship and Religious Coexistence in the Dutch Republic, 1672-1750

  8. Department of Economics Seminar with Professor Nejat Anbarci, Durham University

    Department of Economics Seminar with Professor Nejat Anbarci, Durham University

    More information is coming soon.

  9. 'Aristotle's psychology and its reception' --- Sean Kelsey (Notre Dame) and Peter Adamson (LMU)

    'Aristotle's psychology and its reception' --- Sean Kelsey (Notre Dame) and Peter Adamson (LMU)

    Neither Arche Nor CEPPA (NANC) Event

    All are welcome.

  10. Middle East & Iranian History Seminar --- Dr Gamze Yavuzer Eper

    Middle East & Iranian History Seminar --- Dr Gamze Yavuzer Eper

    Legal Plurality in the Early Modern Ottoman Period: Greek Orthodox Subjects between Islamic and Ecclesiastical Courts

    Dr Gamze Yavuzer Eper Legal Plurality in the Early Modern Ottoman Period: Greek Orthodox Subjects between Islamic and Ecclesiastical Courts