Digest Week 4 Trinity Term 2018
(If you have anything to go in this weekly Digest, please send the information to firstname.lastname@example.org by midday on the Wednesday before the event.)
If no location is given, the event will take place in Radcliffe Humanities on Woodstock Rd, OX2 6GG
Notices - Events taking place elsewhere in the university and beyond
Seminar Series on Reproducibility and Open Research | 4.30-6.00pm, All Souls College: Wharton Room
Aileen Fyfe (St Andrews): “Open Access’ in the Age of Print: Circulating the Royal Society’s Publications. C. 1750-1950’
All are welcome; refreshments will be provided.
(4/4) 2018 Hensley Henson Lectures | 5.00-6.00pm, Examination Schools
Diarmaid MacCulloch (St Cross College): Lecture Series – ‘Thomas Cromwell: Enterprising Reformation’
‘The Religion of Thomas Cromwell (Part 2)’
Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies | 5.00pm-, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (Marston Rd)
Ros Ballaster (Mansfield College): ‘Speculative Men: Thinking Analogically about Islam and Christian Sectarianism in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century England’
Enlightenment Workshop 2018 | 5.00pm, St Edmund Hall: Old Dining Hall
Roundtable Discussion of Anthony la Vopa’s The Labor of the Mind: Intellect and Gender in Enlightenment Cultures (2017)
Chair: Katherine Ibbett (Trinity College)
Discussants: Joanna Innes (Somerville College); Karen O’Brien (Humanities); Ritchie Robertson (the Queen’s College)
Science and Populism: From Evidence to Narrative | 5.00-6.00pm, Oxford Martin School: Lecture Theatre
Fiona Fox (Science Media Centre): 'Science on the front line: getting good quality evidence into the news'
To register, please go here.
Titchmarsh Lecture: Oxford Mathematics Public Lecture | 5.00-6.00pm, Mathematical Institute: Lecture Theatre 1
Sir Michael Atiyah (Edinburgh): 'Numbers are Serious but they are also Fun'
The lecture will be followed by an interview with Sir John Ball (the Queen's College).
To register, please visit https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/events.
Weidenfeld Visiting Professor in Comparative European Literature | 5.30pm-, St Anne's College: TBC
Elif Shafak: Lecture Series - 'Storytelling in a Divided World'
'Collective Amnesia and Collective Remembrance'
The 2018 Disability Lecture | 6.00pm-, Merton College: T S Eliot Lecture Theatre
Gwyneth Lewis: 'That Way Lies Madness: Poets, Power, Health'
All welcome, free event. To register please go here.
The 2018 John Stuart Mill Lecture | 5.15pm-, Somerville College: Flora Anderson Hall
Sir Adam Roberts (Balliol College): 'John Stuart Mill;s Vision of a Liberal International Order'
There will refreshments served after the talk. All welcome, free event. To register, please email email@example.com.