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Lecture by Honorary Doctor Susan Danby
Public lecture by Professor Susan Danby, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Educational Sciences 2019, with the title Children’s interaction and social order: Reflections on lessons learned, serendipity and turning points.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Alan Warde
Public lecture by Professor Alan Warde, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Social Sciences 2019, with the title Eating out.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Lejla Demiri
Public lecture by Professor Lejla Demiri, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Theology 2019, with the title Islamic Theology of the ‘Other’: A Case Study from 17th Century Damascus.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Mary McClintock Fulkersson
Public lecture by Professor Mary McClintock Fulkerson, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Theology 2019, with the title Lived Theology: A Challenge.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Sonia Haoa Cardinali
Public lecture by Sonia Haoa Cardinali, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Arts 2019, with the title Archaeology of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) – Learning from the past for the future.
Holocaust Denial: Flat-earth Theory or a Threat to Truth?
Lecture with Deborah Lipstadt, Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies at Emory University in Georgia, United States. The event will be preceded by a free screening of the film "Denial".
Setting the Table: How Capital Transformed Russia’s Food System
Whose Right to the City? Sleep, Night time Shelters, and the Question of Gender in early Twentieth Century Russia