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Tuesday 27 September 2016

Monday 26 September 2016

Monday 19 September 2016

  • Dreaming the future: five hundred years of utopia

    A unique and thought-provoking presentation of Thomas More's Utopia opens this autumn with an exhibition and programme of free events in Senate House Library, University of London. Featuring the Library's rich and global collections, the exhibition is entitled ‘Utopia and Dystopia:... read more

Thursday 15 September 2016

  • New Warburg project at the intersection of sciences and humanities

    Warburg Institute

    World expert on psychology and cognitive neurosciences Professor Manos Tsakiris (left), has been named as the first recipient of the Nomis Foundation Award for Distinguished Scientists and Scholars, and will lead and develop the Body and Image in Arts and Sciences (BIAS) project at The Warburg... read more

Tuesday 06 September 2016

  • Same story, different facts? How we use and abuse history

    Institute of Historical Research

    War, terrorism, government in crisis, migration, demands to remove or replace historical statues? Whether we remember or not, we’ve been there before. Just brush away the déjà vu and look at the historical facts. That’s why the six public discussions on how we regard... read more

Tuesday 23 August 2016

Thursday 18 August 2016

Wednesday 10 August 2016

  • Gems of Labour history unveiled at Senate House Library

    From the emotive to the blunt, the 800 left-wing political pamphlets assembled by leading labour and trade union historian Henry Pelling are a treasure trove of UK history. And they have just been made public by Senate House Library (SHL), University of London. Titles such as Emile Burns’s... read more

Tuesday 02 August 2016

EVENTS BROCHURE

Shakespeare Exhibition

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SHAKESPEARE: METAMORPHOSIS

Shakespeare Exhibition

The Metamorphosis exhibition at Senate House reveals the seven ages over which Shakespearean text and scholarship has undergone a process of change. Visit the Metamorphosis website.

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