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It's A Very Mondo Monday Christmas
23 October 2014 09:00

with Scrooged!

Mondo Monday: Ghostbusters Night
22 October 2014 09:00

Who ya gonna call?

Heroism and its unstitching: Shakespeare’s Henry V in text and performance
25 October 2014 23:07

Wednesday 5 November 2014: This year's Merchant Adventurers' Arts Discovery Event

Solving the nitrogen problem in food production
25 October 2014 23:07

Wednesday 12 November 2014: Part of the York Biology Lectures series

British Universities & Colleges Fleet Racing Championships
21 October 2014 02:47

Watch Plymouth University's student sailors racing this weekend!

'The Spirit of Christmas in English Literature', 10 December 2014, Main Lecture Theatre, Ushaw College
10 October 2014 07:17

Ushaw Lecture Series Prof Stephen Regan (Durham University) A member of Durham University's Department of English Studies, will explore depictions of Christmas in English literature, setting the scene for the Ushaw carol service that follows it.

An Edwardian Christmas
22 October 2014 09:00

University of Plymouth Choral Society

East Midlands Salon Panel - What is a university for?
20 October 2014 22:12

Universities are distinct institutions that engage in the pursuit of knowledge and understanding without fear or favour. Historically universities ...

Homosexuality: From toleration to acceptance
25 October 2014 23:07

Tuesday 28 October 2014: Peter Tatchell looks at the 1957 Wolfenden Report and 1967 Sexual Offences Act as examples of the era of disapproving tolerance and then examine the transition to the current majority acceptance of same-sex relations

Jerusalem's imprint on the European visual memory
25 October 2014 23:07

Tuesday 11 November 2014: The lecture is an attempt to classify the manifold representations of Jerusalem in Christian medieval art and architecture, aiming to emphasize the turning points in their history

‘I see bad people’: Is the sixth sense a moral sense?
25 October 2014 23:07

Thursday 6 November 2014: Rafe McGregor discusses the original philosopher the Reverend Francis Hutcheson

(Why aren't there any) Magnetic Liquids?
25 October 2014 23:07

Thursday 6 November 2014: Everybody knows that there are no magnetic liquids

Prospects and Prospectuses
19 February 2015 12:00

Thomas Hood's 'The Progress of Cant' and the Art of Advertising in the 1820s
Venue: Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

Oct 28: Christine Risley Award Winner 2014: Sophia Freeman
28 October 2014 05:00

This year’s Christine Risley Award has been awarded to BA (Hons) Fine Art and History of Art graduate Sophia Freeman. An exhibition of her work will take place at the Constance Howard Gallery from 16th October.

Oct 29: Christine Risley Award Winner 2014: Sophia Freeman
29 October 2014 05:00

This year’s Christine Risley Award has been awarded to BA (Hons) Fine Art and History of Art graduate Sophia Freeman. An exhibition of her work will take place at the Constance Howard Gallery from 16th October.

Malcolm X in Britain – race, immigration and the transatlantic civil rights movement
22 September 2014 06:11

This talk explores Malcolm's visits to Britain, setting them in the context of connections between British and American movements for race equality, and the attempts by African Americans and black Britons to use the transatlantic connection for their own purposes.

Oct 29: The Annual Gold Lecture in Anthropology.
29 October 2014 12:00

This lecture aims to showcase current Anthropological research from around the world.

Exhibition - Best of Best
27 August 2014 04:29

This exhibition showcases the breadth, variety and quality of work from this year's final year Degree Shows. Date: Thursday 25 September - Friday ...

Elphinstone: Renaissance in the North
2 October 2014 02:00

This exhibition marks the 500th anniversary of the death of the founder of the University of Aberdeen, William Elphinstone (1431 - 1514), and explores the impact of his life on the history of Scotland.
Venue: The Gallery, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

Emergent Causation and the Philosophy of Mind, 8 December 2014, Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre
16 October 2014 03:35

Thinking About Emergence Public Lecture Professor David Papineau (King's College London) discusses how intuitively, causal relations might seem to depend on impacts between microscopic physical objects and shows that this is a superficial illusion, and that causation is an essentially macroscopic phenomenon. On this basis, he draws various conclusions about the causal autonomy of the mental realm.

Psychology Research Seminars - Elizabeth Peterson
20 October 2014 05:34

The importance of expectations for raising achievement and narrowing the ethnic achievement gap Date: Wednesday 5th November 2014 Time: 4.15-5. ...

Oct 29: 'Performing Conscientious Objection to Military Service: Comparing Recent British and American Examples’, a talk by Dr Cami Rowe (Goldsmiths)
29 October 2014 10:30

The first in the autumn programme of Performance Research Seminars, from the Department of Theatre and Performance

Oct 29: Sculpting the teenage brain
29 October 2014 10:00

The Whitehead Lectures in Cognition, Computation and Culture - Autumn 2014

Buxton Spa and Wellness Conference 2014
1 October 2014 02:16

The University of Derby is pleased to announce The Buxton Spa and Wellness Conference 2014. The conference is designed to be a meeting of minds, ...

ICeGS Seventeenth Annual Lecture
23 October 2014 19:08

The International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS), University of Derby has been chosen to host the final lecture to be delivered by Professor ...

Shallow Survey 2015
20 October 2014 07:09

The 7th International Conference on High-Resolution Surveys in Shallow Water.

Christmas Gala Concert
22 October 2014 09:00

Ten Tors Orchestra with tenor David Webb

Artificial Things
21 October 2014 09:00

Stopgap Dance Company

All Quiet on the Western Front
22 October 2014 09:00

Silent Version (1930)

Still Current
22 October 2014 09:00

Russell Maliphant Company

4th Centre for Recording Achievement International Seminar
20 October 2014 08:14

Researching and Evaluating Recording Achievement, Personal Development Planning and e-Portfolio.

Multi-parametric programming & control 25 years later: what is next?
3 December 2014 17:00

Professor Stratos Pistikopoulos FREng delivers the twenty first Professor Roger W H Sargent Lecture
04 Dec 2014 to 04 Dec 2014, Chemical Engineering Lecture Theatre 1, ACEX Building

How the genomics of TB is changing our view of the human immune system
9 December 2014 17:00

Professor Anne O'Garra uncovers the science of transcriptomics and how our understanding of immunity is evolving with the help of TB bacteria
10 Dec 2014 to 10 Dec 2014, Lecture Theatre G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

The random universe
27 October 2014 18:00

Professor Andrew Jaffe (Physics) talks about the oldest light in the universe, at this Friends of Imperial College lecture.
28 Oct 2014 to 28 Oct 2014, G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Christmas Concert
22 October 2014 09:00

Plymouth University Orchestra

Blood On Satan's Claw
22 October 2014 09:00

Piers Haggard (1970)

Oct 27: Evening Concert: Anastasios Mavroudis (violin)
27 October 2014 13:00

PhD student Anastasios Mavroudis performs chamber works by the Greek composer Sicilianos plus Bach's Chaconne, from Partita No 2

Professor Marc D. McKee from McGill University
30 November 2014 17:00

Organic-inorganic interfaces in mineralized tissue biology, implant osseointegration and bone wound healing
01 Dec 2014 to 01 Dec 2014, RSM 2.28

Library Workshops: Free lunchtime workshops to help you find materials fast
6 October 2014 05:00

Now that Freshers' Week has passed and teaching has begun it may be time to turn your attention to finding the books and other materials that you need to study.
Venue: The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Exhibition - International Print Exchange 2014
19 August 2014 06:30

Now in its sixth year IPE 2014 is an exhibition of mini prints from both national and international printmakers. Run and co-ordinated by ...

Elphinstone 500 Lecture Programme: 'William Elphinstone and Scotland's first books'
5 February 2015 11:00

More information to follow
Venue: The Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, Lower Ground Floor, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Kevin Silber: Book launch and signing for 'Schizophrenia'
20 October 2014 05:32

Monday 3 November 6pm OL1 Join us as Kevin Silber launches his comprehensive introduction to schizophrenia for students. Kevin will speak about ...

Looking at slavery
25 October 2014 23:07

Monday 27 October 2014: Our Black History Month event, looking at slavery

Stacks Alive : 'Poetic Aberdeen'
19 February 2015 11:00

Join us for a series of poetry readings of historic and new works inspired by Aberdeen, its surrounds and its extensive collection of public records and library holdings.
Venue: The Gallery, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

Imperial 600 (Staff LGBT Network) Lunch
4 November 2014 17:00

Join the Imperial 600 group for the start of term lunch. Meet new people and find out more about the work of I600 and how to get involved.
05 Nov 2014 to 05 Nov 2014, Room 324b, Level 3 Sherfield

Autumn Colour Treewalk
24 October 2014 08:24

Join Friends of University Park for an 'Autumn Colour Treewalk' around Sutton Bonington Arboretum and Campus to see the sights of the season!

Fluid Dynamics Conference
30 October 2014 18:00

Join Distinguished Visiting Fellow Steve Davis for the final part of our exploration of Fluid Dynamics
31 Oct 2014 to 31 Oct 2014, C615 Roderic Hill Building, Centre for Process Systems Engineering

La Grande Illusion
22 October 2014 09:00

Jean Renoir (1937)

Exhibition - James Pyman
16 September 2014 21:29

James Pyman's art practice is an exploration of how identity is defined by social circumstance, geography and popular culture. His drawings and ...

Oct 29: Contemporary Cultures of Religion and Belief
29 October 2014 11:00

Inter-disciplinary reading group

An update on recent developments in construction law
23 October 2014 08:40

Includes a review of the new Construction Art and the changes that it introduced.

The IPCC Synthesis Report: linking science with policy relevance
25 November 2014 17:00

In this Energy Futures Lab Lecture Professor Jim Skea will share insights from the IPCC Synthesis Report due to be released on 1 November 2014.
26 Nov 2014 to 26 Nov 2014, Lecture Theatre 1, Blackett Laboratory

“Identifying Ephemeral Human Colonisation Events in the North Atlantic Islands”, 2 December 2014, Learning Centre, Palace Green Library
16 October 2014 03:43

IMEMS Limits of the Human seminar series2014/15. This talk will explore the initial human colonisation events in pre-Viking Faroes and the Mesolithic in the Western Isles of Scotland. The remarkable similarity in the colonisation signatures in the archaeological and palaeoenvironmental record is highlighted, despite the intervening millennia between the events.

Emergence and ‘Top Down’ Causation, 27 January 2015, Senate Suite, University College (Castle)
16 October 2014 03:50

IAS Fellow's Public Lecture Professor John Heil, Washington University in St Louis. Recent interest in emergence has gone hand in hand with the idea that emergent entities exert a kind of ‘top-down’, whole-to-part causation. Prof Heil discusses the metaphysics of emergence, addressing the question of what exactly emerges, exploring the possibility of wholes causally influencing their parts, and suggesting that proponents and opponents of emergence have tended to talk past one another.

Intermediate filaments, 2 December 2014, Kenworthy Hall, St Mary's College
16 October 2014 03:16

IAS Fellow's Public Lecture Dr Stephanie Portet (University of Manitoba)discusses how Mmre and more diseases, for instance, some neurodegenerative diseases, are associated with mutations in intermediate filament protein genes. Elements of the state of the art on intermediate filaments will be presented.

Concerning Violence
22 October 2014 09:00

Hugo Olsson (2014)

Streets to Screens: Mediating conflict through digital networks
25 October 2014 23:07

Friday 7 November 2014: This one-day symposium will explore a number of key issues in mediating conflicts today

The IPCC, a lead author's experience
25 October 2014 23:07

Friday 7 November 2014: Part of the PhysSoc public lectures series

Belarusian LGBTQ movements\initiatives: within the bounds of oppression and irrecognition
25 October 2014 23:07

Friday 31 October 2014: Katsiaryna Borsuk will describe the specifics of the development of LGBTQ movements in Belarus from the beginning of the 90s until now

Exploring Martin Luther King: King, Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael
1 October 2014 05:17

Free event as part of the lecture and conversation series 'Exploring Martin Luther King: a social justice journey', in which Professor Peter Ling looks at King's role in the Black Power debate.

Cornwall College: Information Events
21 October 2014 02:36

Find out more about the courses on offer at Cornwall College.

Truro and Penwith College open events
21 October 2014 03:16

Find out about student life at Truro and Penwith College.

Exhibition - AA2A 2014 A Creative Consensus
27 August 2014 03:36

Exhibition of the work of four artists participating in the Artists Access to Art Colleges (AA2A) 2013 - 2014 project. This is a national scheme, ...

Oct 28: Music Research Series presents John Baily
28 October 2014 11:00

Emeritus Professor John Baily on "War, Exile and Music of Afghanistan"

Being smart with energy
27 October 2014 18:00

Electrical engineer, Professor Tim Green gives his introductory lecture as Director of the Energy Futures Lab
28 Oct 2014 to 28 Oct 2014, Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley Building

Prof Simon Critchley - 'Suicide - A Defence', 3 December 2014, Great Hall, Durham Castle
14 October 2014 08:43

Durham Castle Lecture Series 2014-15Professor Simon Critchley, Hans Jonas Professor, New School of Social Research, New YorkI have a very simple idea: to write a philosophical defense of the right to suicide in the attempt to get us all to think more clearly, more soberly and less hypocritically about the perennial question: should I live or die? The legal frameworks that define suicide are still hostage to a Christian metaphysics that declares that life is a gift of God and therefore to take your own life is a sin. In killing oneself, it is claimed that one is assuming a power over one’s existence that only God should have. In the contemporary world, the state has taken the place of God and suicide is either deemed illegal or regarded as a kind of moral embarrassment. We think it is wrong without knowing why.

Owen Jones - 'The Establishment: and how they get away with it', 21 January 2015, Great Hall, Durham Castle
14 October 2014 08:47

Durham Castle Lecture Series 2014-15Owen Jones, Commentator, Columnist for The Guardian and Author of 'Chavs' and 'The Establishment: and how they get away with it'. In 2011, Jones published his first book, Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class, which discusses stereotypes of sections of the British working class and use of the pejorative term 'chav'. The book received attention in domestic and international media, including selection by The New York Times as one of its top 10 non-fiction books of 2011 and being long-listed for the Guardian First Book Award. The Independent on Sunday newspaper named Jones as one of their top 50 Britons of 2011, for the manner in which the book raised the profile of class-based issues. Jones has written a second book, The Establishment and How They Get Away With It, which was published in September 2014.

Slave trade legacies – the global cotton connections of the Derwent Valley mills
2 October 2014 07:10

Dr Susanne Seymour, Deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of Slavery, looks to the Midlands to discuss the legacy of the slave trade.

Heroic Virtues and Virtuous Reachers: Towards a History of Anglo-Saxon Studies at Aberdeen
26 March 2015 13:00

Dr O'Leary considers how Anglo-Saxon became part of the University's curriculum and how it helped to shape the University's wider programme of study in the Arts
Venue: Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

Interpreting sustainability: sugarcane, biofuels and governance in Guatemala
24 October 2014 07:30

Dr Julia Tomei, Research Associate for UCL Energy and Institute of Sustainable Resource,s gives a free lecture on 'Interpreting sustainability: sugarcane, biofuels and governance in Guatemala'.

Asthma and allergy in Europe
26 November 2014 17:00

Debbie Jarvis delivers her inaugural lecture as Professor of Public Health in the National Heart and Lung Institute
27 Nov 2014 to 27 Nov 2014, Drewe Lecture Theatre, Reynolds Building

Lawrence of Arabia
22 October 2014 09:00

David Lean (1962)

Derbyshire Geographical Association Open Lecture
20 October 2014 05:36

Date: Wednesday 5th November, 2014. 6pm - 7pm Venue: University of Derby, Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB. Room OL2. Free car parking ...

5 Week Meditation Course: "Four Foundations of Mindfulness in Buddhism"
5 November 2014 17:00

Curious about the origins of the mindfulness or want to take your meditation to a deeper level?
06 Nov 2014 to 05 Dec 2014, Chaplaincy Multi-Faith Centre

Plymouth Psychology in the Pub talk
23 October 2014 09:12

Continuing bonds of attachment: learning to have a relationship with someone who isn't here anymore.

Bookbinding Workshop and Talk
25 November 2014 11:00

Come to the Special Collections Centre for an evening of bookbinding.
Venue: Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Collingwood Christmas Carol Service, 9 December 2014, Collingwood College Penthouse
16 October 2014 03:48

Collingwood College Music Society (CCMS) and Collingwood Christian Union are coming together to create a fanastic carol service which you will never forget!

Dr Ian Wong from Brown University
28 October 2014 18:00

Collective and Individual Migration after the Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition
29 Oct 2014 to 29 Oct 2014, RSM 2.28

British Science Week 2015
20 October 2014 07:49

Celebrate British Science Week (formerly National Science and Engineering Week) with talks and activities at Plymouth University.

'Authority and assent in Catholic Theology', 2 December 2014, Dun Cow Cottage Semianr Room, Dun Cow Lane, Durham
16 October 2014 03:39

Catholic Theology Research Seminar Prof Karen Kilby (Durham University) delivers a lecture in this seminar series which draws together people with specialist interests across the traditional theological disciplines (scriptural, historical, philosophical, systematic, liturgical, ethical and practical/pastoral) and social-scientific approaches.

PedRIO Annual Conference 2015
20 October 2014 08:32

Bringing together colleagues from across and beyond the University to share pedagogic research.

Elphinstone 500 Lecture Programme. Blairs Museum: the museum of Scotland's Catholic Heritage
5 March 2015 11:00

Blairs Museum Manager, Ian Forbes, introduces the collections of Catholic art and artefacts held at Blairs Museum at Maryculter.
Venue: The Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, Lower Ground Floor, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Exploring Martin Luther King: remembering and forgetting King
1 October 2014 05:47

As part of the lecture and conversation series 'Exploring Martin Luther King: a social justice journey', Professor Peter Ling looks at the legacy of the historical activist.

Oct 27: Dr Brooke Magnanti: What will death be like?
27 October 2014 12:00

Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit Invited Speaker Series, 2014/15. NB: This talk will be held in the Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre in the Whitehead Building. Also, please note that the date is not our usual Tuesday evening slot!

The American Mind – Race, slavery and liberty
22 September 2014 04:16

Annette Gordon-Reed, Professor of History and Law at Harvard University, will discuss America's struggles over slavery, race and freedom, including the legacies of that struggle in culture, law and the American imagination. Part of UoN Black History Month 2014.

Bridgwater College Open Events
21 October 2014 01:39

An excellent opportunity to see if the courses on offer are right for you.

Carols by Candlelight
22 October 2014 09:00

An Edwardian Christmas

Oct 29: Performance Research Forum [Dis-play] 22
29 October 2014 12:15

Alternative Theatres in the UK: Curated and chaired by Anna Furse in collaboration with Unfinished Histories

Mathematics Day
17 October 2014 09:04

Aimed at schools for able year 10 students.

Stacks Alive - 'Being Human'
20 November 2014 12:00

A special Being Human edition of the popular Stacks Alive series which highlights current research linked to the University of Aberdeen's world class special collections.
Venue: The Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, Lower Ground Floor, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Carols by Candlelight
14 December 2014 17:00

A service of carols, readings and music for Christmas for staff, students and alumni.
15 Dec 2014 to 15 Dec 2014, Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road

Stacks Alive - 'Locating the Humanities: A Round-table'
22 November 2014 07:00

A round-table discussion which asks 'what is the role of the humanities in contemporary culture and politics?'.
Venue: Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

IRMER for the dental team
23 October 2014 01:31

A one-day course for those in the dental profession.

Gillian Rose Conference, 9 January 2015, Durham University Business School
7 August 2014 04:27

A one day conference on the work of Gillian Rose. Speakers include Andrew Brower Latz, Irene Lancaster, John Milbank, Peter Osborne, Marcus Pound, Andrew Shanks, Rowan Williams. Of interest to those working on critical theory, German idealism, Jewish and Christian philosophy and theology, Marxism.

Stephen Fitzpatrick, Ovo Energy
12 November 2014 17:00

A joint UKERC / EFL Lecture:
13 Nov 2014 to 13 Nov 2014, Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley Building

The Wind Around the City (城市風裡的光) and Q&A with Director, Fann Yung Choung ...
7 November 2014 10:30

Date: 7 November 2014 06:30pm

Finishes:7 November 2014 09:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: DLT

The Social Origins of the Taiwan Democratic Movement: The Making of Formosa Magazine
7 November 2014 06:00

Date: 7 November 2014 02:00pm

Finishes:7 November 2014 04:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B102

The Will to Power (權力過程) and Q&A with Director Fann Yung Choung (范揚仲)
6 November 2014 10:30

Date: 6 November 2014 06:30pm

Finishes:6 November 2014 09:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: DLT

Basil Davidson's AFRICA: A Voyage of Discovery, Episode 8: The Legacy
5 November 2014 11:00

Date: 5 November 2014 07:00pm

Finishes:5 November 2014 09:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Part of Film Africa 2014, this screening celebrates 30th anniversary of this ground-breaking television series which first appeared in the UK on Channel 4 television in April 1984 and went on to play worldwide. Episode 8 looks at Africa in the aftermath of colonial rule. Interviews with political leaders illuminate Africa's problems and successes.

From Benares to Boston: Ananda Coomaraswamy as Collector and Curator
5 November 2014 10:00

Date: 5 November 2014 06:00pm

Finishes:5 November 2014 07:15pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Kamran Djam Lecture Theatre (DLT)

For several decades the world’s foremost specialist of Indian, the Himalayas and South East Asian Art, Dr Pratapaditya Pal, will be speaking at SOAS on the pioneering collector and curator Ananda Coomaraswamy.

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