Summer Term 2019

  • Monday 8 April 2019: Professor David Clarke, School of Allied Health Professions, 'Are you man enough to be a nurse?'
  • Tuesday 30 April: Professor Andrew Hugill, Department of Informatics 'Transdisciplinarity: navigating the borderlands between Art and Science' and Professor Hongji Yang, Department of Informatics 'Computing for creativity'
  • Tuesday 7 May: Professor Martin Phillips, School of Geography, Geology and the Environment 'Hearths, Hobbits and Hipsters: critical and creative explorations in rural space' and Professor Gavin Brown, School of Geography, Geology and the Environment 'The everyday geopolitics of sexuality, solidarity and protest'
  • Tuesday 14 May: Professor Anne-Marie Greene, School of Business 'Don’t Go Breaking My Heart! The Dangers and Delights of Loving Your Work' and Professor Chris Wilkins, School of Education 'Why educational values matter more than value: maintaining moral purpose in an age of accountability'
  • Tuesday 28 May 2019: Professor George Lewis, School of History, Politics and International Relations 'Un-Americans: A Historian in Search of an Idea'
  • Tuesday 4 June: Professor Andrew Hopper, School of History, Politics and International Relations 'The Human Costs of the British Civil Wars'
  • Tuesday 11 June 2019: Professor Noelle Robertson, Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour. '‘Snowflakes in June? Reflecting on stress, resilience and public service’

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