Events

The events listed here are open to all. If booking is required, information will be included in the event description. Please note that a photographer may be present at our public events and that photos taken may be used in St Hilda's College's promotional material.

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2018 2018

2018 Chemistry Alumnae Dinner with Lorna Smith

Vernon Harcourt Room 19:00 - 19:00 6.30pm for 7pm

Dr Smith is the Peacock Tutorial Fellow at St Hilda’s College and Associate Professor in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry

An opportunity...

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May May
2018 2018

Time and the Brain

Jacqueline du Pré Music Building 00:00 - 00:00 TBC

The 'Brain and Mind' series. These interdisciplinary workshops look at brain-related issues from the point of view of neuroscience, psychology,...

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May May
2018 2018

Variation and contact in the Ancient Indo-European languages

Jacqueline du Pré Music Building 00:00 - 00:00 TBC

A colloquium on linguistic variation and contact in the Indo-European languages organised by St Hilda's DPhil student, Michele Bianconi. This is a...

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May May
2018 2018

Summer London Drinks. 'The Body Electric': Lecture by Professor Daniel Bulte

19:00 - 21:00

From Mesmer to the modern MRI, Professor Daniel Bulte joins us to share his research and experiences of filming Professor Bulte’s Incredible...

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Jun Jun
2018 2018

Kreutzer Quartet with Lyndall Gordon, ‘Music and Virginia Woolf’

Jacqueline du Pré Music Building 18:45 - 18:45

‘I always think of my books as music before I write them.’ (Virginia Woolf). The Kreutzer Quartet presents music and readings that explore the...

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Jun Jun
2018 2018

SciPo 2018 - Meeting of Science and Poetry

00:00 - 00:00 TBC

Hear how contemporary poetry is responding to the phenomena of climate change, with guest poets Carrie Etter and Philip Gross reading and...

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Jun Jun
2018 2018

SciPo 2018 - A meeting of Science and Poetry

10:00 - 16:30

Now in its third year, in 2018 SciPo will be broadly themed around the topic of Climate Change. Hear how contemporary poetry is responding to this...

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