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Cities Imaginaries lecture: Amit Chaurduri, 'The New Provinces'

31 October 2014

The acclaimed author and academic Amit Chaurduri will host a lecture at UCL, marking the merger of the UCL Department of English Language and Literature's City Centre into the Urban…

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Gentlemen of Horror: Mr Cushing and Mr Lee

31 October 2014

When they first worked together in The Curse of Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy, Peter Cushing was one of the most famous actors in Britain, while Christopher Lee was unknown. For…

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Halloween at the Grant

31 October 2014

Where better to spend Halloween than in a room of scary skeletons and skulls? If it’s “Eye of newt, and toe of frog” or “Wool of bat, and tongue of dog”, we’ve got all you could want…

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Festival of Geology

1 November 2014

Take part in brilliant activities allowing you to handle fantastic fossils, marvellous minerals and remarkable rocks. Try your hand at gem panning, identifying minerals and casting…

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William Townsend Memorial Lecture 2014: Phyllida Barlow

5 November 2014

The Slade School of Fine Art is delighted to announce that Phyllida Barlow, artist and Emerita Professor of Fine Art, will be speaking at The William Townsend Lecture 2014. Please…

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UCL Dementia Research & artNeuro exhibition

6 November 2014

To kick off the artNEURO weekend, the Rag Factory in Shoreditch will be hosting a special UCL and Alzheimer's Research UK event, showcasing cutting-edge dementia research at UCL. We…

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Why is my curriculum white?

11 November 2014

As part of the BME Students Network, we are dedicated to pushing for the most inclusive, well-rounded and progressive learning environment possible. As part of this mission, we are…

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18th Annual Grant Lecture: Why aren’t there any marsupial whales?

18 November 2014

Reproductive strategies vary wildly across vertebrates. Some species lay eggs, while other bear live young; some have larval stages with and undergo extensive changes before adult-hood,…

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Being E-Readers: Humanities and the experience of reading

19 November 2014

In Bloomsbury’s atmospheric Enitharmon Press bookshop, join us for an evening of short talks exploring the ever-evolving experience of reading. How is our experience of reading shaped…

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Forced marriage: the real disgrace

27 November 2014

Forced Marriage is illegal in the UK and has a huge impact on the lives of the people it affects, and yet, little is known about it. Please join us for an insightful and frank discussion…

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