We are delighted to announce the programme for the Lent Term.
All events are free of charge and open to all. Booking only required as stated for Saturday events. Evening events conclude with a reception for audience and speakers. Day-time events include lunch.
Events take place in the Sir Humphrey Cripps Theatre, Cripps Court, Magdalene (Entrance on Chesterton Road).
Thursday 25th January, 5pm
Sam Coates, Bridget Kendall,
A panel discussion featuring three distinguished journalists on how political and social news is reported.
Thursday 8th February, 5pm
Life Change, Death and Grief
Dr Cecilia Brassett, Dr Brendan Burchell, Will Stone, Dr Carl Watkins. A panel discussion about the impact of major life changes through the eyes of experts in medicine, history and poetry.
Saturday 10th Feb, 11am – 4pm
Changing the Human Experience
Dr Bettina Beinhoff, Prof Nicky Clayton, Clive Wilkins, Dr Marwa Mahmoud, with Interstellar 227. A symposium, chaired by Dr Hannah Critchlow, on Artificial Intelligence, non-verbal communication and constructed languages. Includes lunch. Booking essential: firstname.lastname@example.org (mention any dietary requirements).
Thursday 22nd February, 5pm
Change on the Early Silk Road
Dr Michael Scott, author and broadcaster on the Ancient World, gives the Lent Term Festival Lecture.
Thursday 8th March, 5pm
Gender and Change Dr Ari Ercole, Jess Borthwick, Dr Gillie Stoneham. A panel discussion on the social and medical issues surrounding gender.
Saturday 10th March, 11am -3pm Translation/Transformation. A Symposium and Workshop for all on the idea of translation (no special knowledge required). Lunch included. Booking essential email@example.com (mention any dietary requirements). Speakers include George Szirtes and Sophie Seita.