Public Lecture Series

Public Lectures

An exciting programme of lectures by high-profile and engaging speakers.

We invite you to explore some of the critical issues of our time with expert speakers, as part of our public lecture series 2015/16.

From global business, human rights, the social role of the museum, to racism, fundamentalism and a democratic education, the series promises to be diverse and thought provoking.

2015/16 programme

Fri 25 Sep

Michael Morpurgo OBE: The Best of All Possible Worlds

16:00-17:00 pm

Old Sessions Og46

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Wed 30 Sep

Dr Ted Malloch: A Responsible Way to Reorient Global Business

18:00-19:00 pm

Old Sessions Og46

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Thu 26 Nov

Shami Chakrabarti: On Liberty

18:00-19:00 pm

Augustine Hall

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Thu 11 Feb

Professor Linden West: Racism, Fundamentalism and a Democratic Education: A Challenge for Us All

18:00-19:00 pm

Old Sessions Og46

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Tue 01 Mar

Gillian Wolfe CBE: Developing a Caring Art Museum

18:00-19:00 pm

Sidney Cooper Gallery

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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 venue at least 10 minutes before the lecture’s scheduled start time.

Bookings

All lectures are free and open to all, but reservations are required. Please book your place (maximum of two per person) for the relevant lecture you'd like to attend. For group bookings, please email us

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