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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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Saturday 29 August Latin for Beginners David Smith introduces you to the Latin used in England, before 1733, to record routine events in the lives of ordinary people.

See more talks like this in: academic / history / archives / onlinedata


Saturday 29 August Keep the Home Fires Burning A talk from the curators of Bethlem Museum of the Mind's New Exhibition

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


Tuesday 1 September London Thinks - Will We Crash Again? London Thinks - Will We Crash Again? Why Capitalism Needs Debt Write-offs to Survive.

See more talks like this in: politics / economics / latinamerica / economics


Tuesday 1 September Will We Crash Again? Why Capitalism Needs Debt Write-offs to Survive Mainstream economists failed to anticipate the great financial crash of 2007-8. In this talk, Professor Steve Keen will share his view on the bigger picture – including recent financial developments around the world.

See more talks like this in: academic / history / usa / coldwar / economy


Saturday 5 September Kent Family History - including Emigration from Kent in the 19th Century Gillian Rickard looks at ways to research your Kentish Ancestors, both those that lived in Kent and those that left.

See more talks like this in: leisure / familyhistory / migration / kent






 

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