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Saturday 28 May Saturday Evening Lecture Series 2016 - Patrick Grant Patrick Grant: Menswear Designer

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Saturday 28 May Signifying Nothing? The Creative Revolution of Punk The musicians, designers, photographers and writers who spearheaded the punk movement

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Tuesday 31 May The Magnificent Age: Art, Life and Baroque When Martin Luther published his 95 theses in 1517, it was not only a challenge to the perceived corruption of the Catholic Church, it was an act which prompted the transformation of the religious, socio-political, and artistic landscape of Europe.

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Thursday 2 June Book Launch: Matters of Testimony: Interpreting the Scrolls of Auschwitz Nicholas Chare and Dominic Williams

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Saturday 4 June Beyond Flanders Fields. The Great War in Belgium and the Netherlands. At the centenary of the First World War, many events have been organized in the United Kingdom to commemorate its military events, its socio-political consequences and its cultural legacy. Of these events, very few have paid attention to the fates of Belgium and the Netherlands.

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