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Thursday 26 November 2015

Embroidered Minds: William Gowers & the Morris Family

(until 26 Feb 16)

William Morris, designer and social reformer, lived and worked in Queen Square from 1865-81. Embroidered Minds, a collaboration between artists, writers, doctors and academics, is…


Tuesday 1 December 2015

Animal Showoff

18:30  — 21:30

The night owls amongst you can join the bats, aardvarks, hedgehogs and other nocturnal specimens to enjoy the Grant Museum at night. From the bizarre to the incredible, our film night,…


Thursday 3 December 2015


18:00  — 20:00

Join the FRINGE Centre for our IAS Launch! The FRINGE Centre is based at the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies and funded by the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies. …


Monday 7 December 2015

Ludic literature, literary games

10:00  — 16:00

The transformation of popular literature and children’s literature into giant franchises of book, film and game is a commonplace event in contemporary culture. It is less common to…


The Paris attacks: how does extreme violence challenge our categories of thinking?

17:30  — 19:00

During the past fortnight acts of extreme violence in public places in Paris and Bamako have joined recent attacks in cities from Ankara to Beirut and Baghdad. How are we to make sense…


Tuesday 8 December 2015

A conference with Baroness Catherine Ashton

18:15  — 19:30

The UCL Global Governance Institute and the UCL European Institute are pleased to announce they will host Baroness Catherine Ashton. Baroness Ashton is a British Labour politician…


Thursday 10 December 2015

The refugee crisis: Too little compassion or too much? 2015 Sakharov Debate

16:30  — 19:00

Images of children washed up on a beach, newly erected border fences, and citizens welcoming arriving refugees in train stations have been populating our screens. They appeal to our…