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Wednesday 22 October Chester College: The Transformative Years 1914-1974 Lecture by Prof Graeme White

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Wednesday 29 October The science of zombie killing Discover what you really should arm yourself with if the zombie apocalypse happens this Halloween!

See more talks like this in: academic / historyofart / museum / museum


Tuesday 21 October Effective anger management Have you ever felt powerless in the face of blind anger? If so, this practical course is for you.

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Tuesday 21 October Horatio Nelson and the Final Triumph of the Georgian Navy The Contextual Lecture Series 2014
People who Changed the World
10.30 – 11.30am
This new series of Tuesday morning lectures presents some of the world’s most influential people in a new light. These talks will explore the lives of key figures in history, philosophy, politics and religion. Pre-eminent specialists cover diverse topics such as Socrates, Nelson, Pankhurst and Brunel

This new series of Tuesday morning lectures presents some of the world’s most influential people in a new light. These talks will explore the lives of key figures in history, philosophy, politics and religion. Pre-eminent specialists cover diverse topics such as Socrates, Nelson, Pankhurst and Brunel

See more talks like this in: arts / finearts / film / film / history


Tuesday 21 October Treasures of the Court / Philip II of Spain (r. 1556–98) Covering 500 years, 38 patrons and several continents, this course is an examination of audacious acts of patronage and how they resulted in some of the finest art collections in the world.

See more talks like this in: arts / literature / fiction / british / 21stcentury / authors






 

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