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A new Festival of Ideas in arts, humanities and social sciences will take place in Cambridge, from 22 October to 2 November 2008, organised by the University of Cambridge, involving numerous museums and departments, and collaborating with several educational and community partners.

There will be the chance for visitors of all ages to understand more about the world we live in, on a global and local scale – from politics to the study of different cultures to the stories behind paintings, hidden trails around the city of Cambridge and beyond. There will be talks, performances and discussions to get you thinking.

Join us for events in history, literature, languages, drama, art and much more. Find out how to take your interests further, watch fascinating performances and discover how the study of arts, humanities and social sciences helps us understand vital issues past, present and future.

For more details visit www.cambridgefestivalofideas.org

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