Events

Thursday, 27 November 2014 until 21 January 2015
Know Me: the use of poetry as a tool in the delivery of person centered care
A Master Class with Leah Thorn, a spoken word poet who is published through performance, film and anthologies in England and the United States and leads innovative poetry workshops predominantly in the Mental Health and Criminal Justice System.
North Holmes Road | LG25 | 17:00
Wednesday, 07 January 2015
School of Media, Art and Design Research Seminar - Lent Term
"Seeking Sydney" - A Portrait of Canterbury-based amateur filmmaker Sydney Bligh presented by Tim Jones, Senior Lecturer, School of Media, Art and Design
North Holmes Road | Pg09 | 16:15
Thursday, 08 January 2015
Music Research Seminars
Engaging with music throughout the Lifespan: Motivation and Benefits
North Holmes Road | Laud Building Room: Lg16 | 17:00
Thursday, 15 January 2015
Politics Lecture Series - Prof. Phil Cerny - Antinomies of Globalization
Prof. Cerny's (Professor Emeritus, Univ. of Manchester and Rutgers Univ.) lecture will be the first of six to take place this term. PLS was created with the aim of bringing leading authors in Politics and IR to CCCU to discuss their research work.
Og32 | 17:00
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Cancer research and treatment; past, present and future
The Kent Cancer Trust Open Lecture presented by Professor Michelle Garrett from the University of Kent
North Holmes Road Site | Og46 - Michael Berry Lecture Theatre | 19:00
Tuesday, 27 January 2015
Artists Talk: Tania Kovats
Featuring the Sidney Cooper Gallery's current exhibiting artist
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 17:00
Monday, 02 February 2015
Martin Luther King Jr Annual Lecture
Black Citizenship: A Dream Deferred? by Annette Gordon-Reed, The Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History at Harvard Law School
North Holmes Road | Michael Berry Lecture Theatre | 18:00
Tuesday, 03 February 2015
Public Lecture Tuesday 3 February 2015
Freedom of Expression: a fundamental value and a qualified right, by Onora Sylvia O'Neill, Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve and Mark Hammond
North Holmes Campus | Michael Berry Lecture Theatre | 18:00
Thursday, 26 February 2015
Public Lecture
The Role of Universities in Social and Economic Development by Sir Richard Sykes
North Holmes Campus | Old Sessions House | 18:00
Tuesday, 10 March 2015
Louise Bourgeois: DON'T JUST CALL HER ART FEMINIST
A lecture to accompany the current exhibition at the Sidney Cooper Gallery.
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 17:00
Tuesday, 17 March 2015
Performance Lecture: The object says it all: intertextuality in artistic practice
Free series of lectures
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 18:30
Performance Lecture: The object says it all: intertextuality in artistic practice
Free series of lectures
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 18:30
Performance Lecture: The object says it all: intertextuality in artistic practice
Free series of lectures
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 18:30
Performance Lecture: The object says it all: intertextuality in artistic practice
Free series of lectures
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 18:30
Performance Lecture: The object says it all: intertextuality in artistic practice
Free series of lectures
Canterbury | Sidney Cooper Gallery | 18:30
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