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A collection of lectures organised by the Humanities Society of Wolfson College, Cambridge.

Our aim is to act as a forum for stimulating ideas across the boundaries between the Humanities and other fields of study. We offer a programme with international and interdisciplinary interest, featuring talks on a range of cultural contexts, themes, and from a range of historical periods and perspectives, with a balance between early career researchers, up and coming scholars, and world class professors.

Talks take place almost every Tuesday during full term and are open to the public and to all university members. We like to involve audiences in a discursive Q&A session, and our ambiance is inclusive and welcoming, offering refreshments before and after events.

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: Dr Mary Newbould; Dr Bianca Gaudenzi; ; Boyd Brogan; Dr Rachel E. Holmes; Mary-Ann Middelkoop; jsd27. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

3 upcoming talks and 185 talks in the archive.

Labour and the Left in the 1980s: A reassessment

UserDr Jonathan Davis (Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences and Co-Director of the Labour History Research Unit, Anglia Ruskin University).

HouseGatsby Room, Wolfson College.

ClockTuesday 22 May 2018, 17:45-19:15

Death by Celibacy, or the Medieval Priest's Dilemma

UserDr Katherine Harvey (Wellcome Trust Research Fellow, Birkbeck, University of London).

HouseGatsby Room, Wolfson College.

ClockTuesday 29 May 2018, 17:45-19:15

'Who is my neighbour?': Stories of alms-seeking in early modern England

UserDr Rebecca Tomlin (CRASSH/Faculty of English, University of Cambridge).

HouseGatsby Room, Wolfson College.

ClockTuesday 05 June 2018, 17:45-19:15

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