2nd December, 2013
The lecture will be given by Anna Davin (founding editor, History Workshop Journal), who will speak on ‘Galway to New Zealand: a Family Migration Story’. Wine reception after lecture.
For more details visit Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
4th February, 2014 / 1.15pm - 2.00pm
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Intersectionality Forum: Neurodivergence beyond the Euro-Colonial Context
Co-devised and co-hosted by @InfoTCCE & Central with a focus on neurodiversity; led by Central’s Dr Javeria Khadija Shah, @JS_Diaspora
Tuesday 13 June 1.00pm
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We are really looking forward to this upcoming workshop on #research #commercialisation through the lens of what works for the arts and humanities. Do join the discussion! twitter.com/suzietcce/stat…
Join us on 13 June as we consider museums, libraries and other cultural institutions as places and catalysts for wellbeing. Led by @evelyntcce, speakers include @elenacologni, Prof Hilary Bungay and Prof Maria Chatzichristodoulou. Book here - eventbrite.co.uk/e/cultural-i… @eventbrite
Spring is in the air and our members have plenty of online and in-person events coming up!
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