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Durham University

Research & business

What's happening?

Durham University offers an exciting year-round calendar of lectures, seminars and exhibitions. Events are open to the public, so take the opportunity to engage with current debates, explore some of our beautiful buildings and grounds, expand your knowledge or learn more about our cultural artefacts.

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The Law of the Global Economy and the Spectre of Inequality

12:00pm to 1:00pm, Room PCL048 | Law School | Paletine Centre

The Global Policy Institute warmly invites you to this seminar by Prof. Dr. Ingo Venzke. In this contribution, Prof. Venzke draws out how the law of the global economy has contributed to high levels of inequality while it has, at the same time, abdicated responsibility.

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Research Seminar: Outcomes: Alignments and Disjunctures in Bhutan

1:00pm to 3:50pm, ED130

A seminar from Dr Matthew Schuelka from the University of Birmingham. Everyone is welcome to attend and booking is not required.

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IAS Fellow's Public Lectures

5:30pm to 6:30pm, Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre

Natural Phenomena as Media: Challenging Perception and Experience Through Multimedia Artworks, Alexandra Carr

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The Materiality of Christian Pilgrimage, Medieval to Modern

5:30pm to 7:15pm, Ushaw College

Ushaw Lecture by Prof. Salvador Ryan, organised by Institute Medieval Early Modern Studies (IMEMS) and the Centre for Catholic Studies (CCS).

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DEI Public Lecture: Current research addressing the thermal energy challenge

6:00pm to 7:00pm, Hogan Lovells Lecture Theatre, Palatine Centre, Durham University, DH1 3LE

This public lecture will define the scale of the thermal energy challenge and describe some of the current engineering research and technology development at Durham University that may provide sustainable solutions for the future.

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