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Social Scholar: Turning your Research into an exhibition

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Social Scholar: Turning your Research into an exhibition

The Social Scholar seminar is a free lunchtime seminar which investigates the ‘social’ aspect of academic work including social media, public engagement, and the digital humanities.

SAS Central
08/03/2017
13:00
Room 234, Second Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

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Understanding the debate over tithes in Jacobean England
Understanding the debate over tithes in Jacobean England
Institute of Historical Research
Seminar
28/02/2017
IHR Wolfson Room NB02 (Senate House)
'Exploring Children's Citizenship in Postwar Britain'
'Exploring Children's Citizenship in Postwar Britain'
Institute of Historical Research
Seminar
28/02/2017
IHR Peter Marshall Room N204 (Senate House)
Logic, Epistemology and Metaphysics Seminar
Logic, Epistemology and Metaphysics Seminar

Marie Guillot (UCL) | What kind of phenomenal concept might the self-concept be?

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
28/02/2017
Room 246 (Senate House)
TBA
TBA
Institute of Historical Research
Seminar
28/02/2017
Room 243 (Senate House)
New Thinking: The revision of ISO15489
New Thinking: The revision of ISO15489
Institute of Historical Research
Seminar
28/02/2017
IHR Seminar Room N304 (Senate House)
Media History Seminar
Media History Seminar
Institute of English Studies
Seminar
28/02/2017
Room 243 (Senate House)
ICS and the Friends of the British School at Athens
ICS and the Friends of the British School at Athens

The Resilience of Political Communities in Crete in the 2nd Century BC: The Evidence of Their Destructions

Institute of Classical Studies
Lecture
28/02/2017
Room 349 (Senate House)
Book Launch: An Ounce of Practice
Book Launch: An Ounce of Practice
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Other Events
28/02/2017
Room G22/26 (Senate House)

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