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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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Tuesday 16 September From Tonks to Today: 100 Years of drawing medicine & conflict Lecture by Julia Midgley

See more talks like this in: science / medicine / surgery


Tuesday 16 September Florence Nightingale: A Reluctant Celebrity 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 16 September The Shifts and The Shocks: What we've learned – and still have to learn – from the financial crisis Department of Economics public conversation

See more talks like this in: business / finance


Saturday 20 September Swimming the Thames: Then & Now From the Victorians to the present day, the focus is on swimming the Thames.

See more talks like this in: leisure / outdoor / sport / river


Saturday 27 September The Scottish Referendum 2014 in Historical Perspective A tribute to the work of Professor Christopher Whatley.

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