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language as a window into human nature

For a change, here's a link to a great talk on language by Steven Pinker

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Wednesday 25 January The Immortal Memory of Tutankhamun and his Grave Robbers. The talk on Tutankhamun and its discoverers is geared to Art Appreciation and a reflection on the lives of the three figures Lord Carnarvon, Howard Carter and the boy King Tutankhamun

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Thursday 26 January The Finest Beards in the Ladybird Archive Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris, authors of the Ladybird Books For Grown-Ups, guddle in the publisher’s vaults in search of fabulous facial hair.

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Friday 27 January Tilly Losch : Dancer Actress Artist An illustrated talk by Tilly's biographer, William Cross, FSA Scot

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Tuesday 21 February Life Lessons from Brian Eno Join clinical psychologist Tanya Byron as she meets the avant-garde maverick and creative mind behind U2 and Coldplay’s success, Brian Eno.

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Monday 23 January The Rise and Fall of the Adelphi Join Colin Thom, Senior Historian at the University College London’s Bartlett School of Architecture, for this evening talk on the Adelphi project, from its hopeful inception to its eventual demise.

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