St Hilda's College Middle Common Room hosted a Symposium with a range of speakers from the St Hilda's postgraduate community. The theme of the symposium was Foreignness and Foreigners:
Keynote Speaker: Amber Gartrell (Lecturer in Ancient History, St Hilda’s) – Friends, Romans, Countrymen: Included and Excluded Groups in Ancient Rome
Lorenzo Saccon (MPhil candidate in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies) – Reactions to a Foreign World: Byzantine Scholars in Western Europe
Juan Yanguela (MSc candidate in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation) – Feeling Foreign in One’s Own Country
Nasim Haque (MBA candidate) – A Novice’s Way of Looking at Migration
The event took place from 6.00pm until 8.00pm followed by drinks and nibbles.