What's on this week at the University of Leicester

Posted by mjs76 at May 02, 2010 09:00 AM |
Events from Monday 3 May to Sunday 9 May 2010

Tuesday 4 May 2010

Lunchtime soundbites: TBA

Wednesday 5 May 2010

Teaching and Learning Symposium

Hosted by the University of Leicester Students’ Union, GENIE and the National Student Learning and Teaching Network Committee

The Internet and Public Policy

Seminar by Sarah Hunter, Head of UK Public Policy for Google. Organised by the Department of Media and Communication.

A Challenge both Alarming and Alluring: Advertising Agencies and the Rise of TV Advertising in Post War Britain

Seminar by Dr Sean Nixon (Essex) for the Department of Media and Communication.

The Aztecs in the Atlantic World c.1492-1600

Seminar by Dr Caroline Pennock for the School of Historical Studies

Can planning save the city and the countryside?

  • This event has been postponed to Wednesday 12 May 2010.

Thursday 6 May 2010

Lunchtime soundbites: Anne Graf and Mike Ashley (early music)

Naming the months in Pagan England

Seminar by Dr Philip A Shaw for the Medieval Research Centre

Friday 7 May 2010

3rd Leicester Shoulder Trauma Symposium

One-day event for orthopaedic surgeons, organised by the Department of Health Sciences

Adventures in Affective Space: The Reconstruction of Piety in an Age of Entertainment

Public lecture by Dr Clive Marsh, in conjunction with the Fernley-Hartley Trust

GS Fraser Memorial Lecture: Philip Larkin

Lecture by Nick Everett for Leicester Poetry Society

  • Ken Edwards Building Lecture Theatre 2, 7.30pm, £4/£3 (free to University staff and students), More information

Leicester Jazz House presents…

The Andra Sparks Trio

Saturday 8 May 2010

Adventures in Affective Space

Seminar drawing on themes from yesterday’s public lecture

Tough Thoughts and Deep Feelings: Brief Therapy with University Students

Seminar for trainee psychotherapists, organised by the Institute of Lifelong Learning

  • Vaughan College, St Nicholas Circle, 10.00am, £35/£30, More information (Word)

From Block to Garden

Sculpture workshop with Austin Orwin

Sunday 9 May 2010

From Block to Garden

  • See above
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