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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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Literary London Reading Group
Literary London Reading Group

‘There’s a man being hanged in London at this moment’: Metropolitan Time in George Gissing’s New Grub Street

Institute of English Studies
Seminar
14/03/2017
Room 243 (Senate House)
Book Collecting Seminar
Book Collecting Seminar

A New Generation of Book-collectors: The Oxford and Cambridge Societies of Bibliophiles

Institute of English Studies
Seminar
14/03/2017
The Court Room (Senate House)
Palaeography and Diplomatic Lecture Series
Palaeography and Diplomatic Lecture Series
Institute of English Studies
Lecture
15/03/2017
Dr Seng T Lee Centre for Manuscript and Book Studies
LOMERS
LOMERS
Institute of English Studies
Seminar
15/03/2017
Room 102 (Senate House)
Ministry of Information Project Research Seminar
Ministry of Information Project Research Seminar
Institute of English Studies
Seminar
16/03/2017
IHR Professor Olga Crisp Room N102 (Senate House)
Writing Skills Seminar
Writing Skills Seminar
Institute of English Studies
Seminar
17/03/2017
Room 234 (Senate House)
Humanities after Brexit and Trump Reading Group
Humanities after Brexit and Trump Reading Group

Discussion Topic: 'The Role of the Educated Elite in Radically Changing Times, Part One: Re-Examining Class and Privilege'

Institute of English Studies
Reading Group
17/03/2017
Room 243 (Senate House)
Palaeography and Diplomatic Lecture Series
Palaeography and Diplomatic Lecture Series
Institute of English Studies
Lecture
22/03/2017
Dr Seng T Lee Centre for Manuscript and Book Studies
Humanities after Brexit and Trump Reading Group
Humanities after Brexit and Trump Reading Group

Discussion topic: 'The Role of the Educated Elite in Radically Changing Times, Part Two: What Now?'

Institute of English Studies
Reading Group
23/03/2017
Room 234 (Senate House)

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