The exciting programme of Public Lectures at Canterbury Christ Church University.

Public Lectures

An exciting programme of lectures from high-profile speakers and authors.

Each year we invite leading figures of international, national and local acclaim, to give you their latest views and experiences.

They are all experts in their field and their lectures will not only appeal to those with an interest in the subject, but their thoughts and insights will be informative and entertaining for everyone.

2014/15 programme

All lectures are free and open to all, but reservations are required, please book your place.

LectureLocationDate 
The Ethical Idea of the University by Professor Sir David Watson Old Sessions House, Canterbury Tuesday 11 November 2014, 6pm Book
1914-18: Was Britain Right to Fight? By Professor Nigel Biggar Old Sessions House, Canterbury Thursday 27 November, 6pm Book
Freedom of Speech, by Onara Sylvia O'Neill, Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve and Mark Hammond  Old Sessions House, Canterbury Tuesday 3 February, 6pm Book
The Role of Universities in Social and Economic Development by Sir Richard Sykes Old Sessions House, Canterbury Thursday 26 February 2015, 6pm Book
Will we ever understand the true value of Nature? By Jonathon Porritt Old Sessions House, Canterbury Thursday 26 March 2015, 6pm Book

The lectures last approximately one hour with questions welcome from the audience at the end. Staff will direct you to the venue on arrival.

Please arrive at the campus at least 15 minutes before the lecture’s scheduled start time to allow you time to get to the venue.

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