Open lectures

12 February - 5 April 2019, 00:00
Cambridge campus

Your students can get their first taste of a real University lecture! Following on from the success of last semester’s sessions we’re pleased to offer these again. Book for the lecture and we can also offer an informal chat with current students to help your students get real insight and ask the questions they really want answered!

Lectures include:
  • Making Sense of Gender: Psychology and the development of gender identity 18 Feb 10am (suitable for Sociology students and others)
  • Film and History: Charlie Chaplin ‘The Great Dictator’ 1 March 11am (Suitable for Film and History students and others)
  • Words and Language: The Philosophy of Swearing 29 March 12pm (Suitable for Philosophy and Language students and others)
  • Introduction to Television Studies: Netflix 18 Feb 10am, screening and talk (Suitable for Film students and others)

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Please note: one ticket is for your group of students. We’ll contact you to confirm details.

Event Details

12 February - 5 April 2019, 00:00
Cambridge campus
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We continue to closely monitor the rapidly evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19). So we can best protect the health and wellbeing of all members of the community we are suspending many public-facing events on campus until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.