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Institute of Advanced Study

IAS Fellows' Public Lectures






Lecture Title

Epiphany Term 2018

22 January 5.30pm Dr Francesca Fulminante Joachim Room, College of St Hild & St Bede All Roads Lead to Rome - But Where Did They Come From? Transport networks, interaction and the emergence of cities in ancient Italy
23 January 5.30pm Professor Sverre Raffnsøe Birley Room, Hatfield College The Human Turn: philosophical anthropology in the Anthropocene
30 January 5.30pm Dr Pascal Nicklas Sir James Knott Hall, Trevelyan College The Same With a Difference: adaptation between transformation and persistence of structure
01 February 6.30pm Professor Boris Malomed Holgate House, Grey College Multidimensional Solitons
06 February 5.30pm Professor Michael Chapman

Ustinov Room, Van Mildert College

Residues: architecture, drawing, philosophy
15 February 5.30pm

Professor Thomas Vogt

Leech Hall, St John's College Why We Seek Structure at the Atomic Level
20 February 5.30pm Professor Vasilis Politis Ustinov College Plato's Radical Enquiries
22 February 5.30pm Professor Robert Wood Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre Stable, Dynamic and Contextual Units of Personality: an integrated perspective
27 February 5.30pm Professor Barbara Risman Kenworthy Hall, St Mary's College Where Will the Millenials Take Us? A New Generation Wrestles with the Gender Structure
05 March 5.30pm Professor Nigel Rapport Josephine Butler College

On the ‘freedom’ and the ‘liberty’ to distort the human figure: The art of Stanley Spencer as case-study