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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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Monday 22 December 'Class Wargames Book Talk and Collective Playing of Brian Mayer’s Freedom: the underground railroad' Richard Barbrook will be talking about his new book 'Class Wargames: ludic subversion against spectacular capitalism' - the ideal Xmas present for the radicals in your life! This presentation will be followed by a participatory performance of 'Freedom' – a cooperative board game where the players are Abolitionists aiding people escaping from the slave labour camps of early-19th America.

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Monday 22 December 'Class Wargames Book Talk and Collective Playing of Brian Mayer’s Freedom: the underground railroad'
Richard Barbrook will be talking about his new book 'Class Wargames: ludic subversion against spectacular capitalism' - the ideal Xmas present for the radicals in your life!

See more talks like this in: society / social / socialstatus / class


Wednesday 7 January Picturesque Chester: The City in Art Lecture by Peter Boughton

See more talks like this in: arts / art / chester


Wednesday 7 January The Tragedy of Climate Change A public lecture by Dr Joshua Howe (historian, Reed College, USA) on the science and politics of global warming in the United States

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Friday 9 January Photographic Archives Workshop Workshop on the Wiener Library's photographic archives

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