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Let's talk about sex ed

4 March 2015

What’s the state of sex education in this country? Why does it need to be improved? How can we make it LGBT-inclusive? Does sex ed have a place in universities? What are consent workshops…


Lunch Hour Lecture: Vermeer’s Camera and Tim’s Vermeer

5 March 2015

In 2001, Philip Steadman published a book, Vermeer’s Camera, about the Dutch painter’s use of the camera obscura – the predecessor of the photographic camera. The book inspired engineer…


A scientific portrait of old age

9 March 2015

Join us for an afternoon of conversation on what science can tell us about why we age, the factors that influence our lifespan, and how the demographic changes that come with longevity…


Lunch Hour Lecture:Nature as an economic asset: a new era for environmental law and policy?

12 March 2015

The term ‘natural capital’ is now widely used to describe parts of the natural environment that provide valuable goods or services. Dr Milligan will highlight the potentially transformative…


How to become a #FailedIntellectual and why

16 March 2015

Join us for a talk and conversation with Eric Jarosinski, editor of @NeinQuarterly, the Internet's leading "Compendium of Utopian Negation", on what's so funny about peace, love, despair,…


Red Mansion Art Prize 2015

20 - 27 March 2015

Seven leading art colleges in the country nominate six post-graduate students each year for the Red Mansion Art Prize, an award that encourages artistic exchange between China and the…


Britain and the European Convention on Human Rights

23 March 2015

In this seminar, we will address both aspects of the debate and assess the arguments advanced. We will also consider the question whether the UK needs its own British Bill of Rights.…