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A seminar with Lucy Radford (Sumatran Orangutan Society)27 January 2020
A seminar with Dr Matt Hartely (Yorkshire Wildlife Park)03 February 2020
Get your students ready for the future! We’ll contemplate who we are in the world of social media, and imagine and shape our own futures through art. 10 February 2020
A seminar with Dr Andrew Smith (Anglia Ruskin University)10 February 2020
Immerse your students in bone-chilling fantasy, as we investigate accounts of vampires from the past, and think about the role of books and fiction in our lives.
11 February 2020
Get your students excited for study in this fun-filled, forward-thinking day. We’ll explore what it’s like to learn at university, examine cutting-edge technology and debate whether robots can have morals.12 February 2020
It’s real life Law & Order for your students, as we take Donald Trump to court and spend the day investigating criminology, sex and consent.13 February 2020
Let your students learn all about the history of love, as we uncover sinister Valentine cards, taste the foods associated with love and sex, and explore gender imbalances in relationships.
14 February 2020
A seminar with Julia Migné (Conservation Optimism)17 February 2020
A seminar with Dr Sarah Papworth (Royal Holloway University of London)24 February 2020
Traditional weather forecasting in Japanese fishing communities: Negotiating local knowledge and sense of place, with speaker Dr Giovanni Bulian (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice).
Conservationists: what makes us tick? Career tips for passionate people with speaker Thirza Loffeld (University of Kent).
Labour Organising and the (Re)turn to Austerity in Latin America with speaker Dr Adam Fishwick (De Montfort)
Navigation patterns in a Neotropical primate: Evidence for the use of episodic memory in black howler monkeys with speaker Miguel Guinea (Oxford Brookes University).
War Ink: Sense-Making and Curating War Through Military Tattoos with speaker Dr Synne Dyvik (Sussex)
The Geoffrey Harrison Prize Lecture: From genes to latrines: A biosocial journey, with speaker Professor Nick Mascie-Taylor.
Quantifying the harvest and use of wildlife: a case study of the African pangolins with speaker Dr Daniel Ingram (University College London)
Connectivity, Affect and Vulnerability: Rethinking Security Through Everyday Infrastructure with speaker Dr Martin Coward (Manchester)
A week of events for students and staff at Headington Campus and Harcourt Hill Campus
Tango in Japan: Cross Currents and Feedback Loops of the Dance-Music Entertainment with speaker Yuiko Asaba (Royal Holloway, University of London).