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Cutting Edge 2014/15
Dr Ivana Petrovic
The role of belief in Greek religion.
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Cutting Edge 2013/14
Lecture 2: Prof. Stein Ringen
Professor Stein Ringen
Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at Green Templeton College, University of Oxford.
’How Governments get Things Done’
Lecture 3: Dr Gleider I. Hernández
Dr Gleider I. Hernández
Lecturer in Durham Law School
‘In the Name of the International Community’
Lecture 4: Prof. Peter Rhodes
Professor Peter Rhodes
Emeritus Professor in the Department of Classics and Ancient History
Member of the Centre for the Study of the Ancient Mediterranean and the Near East
‘Studying Athenian Democracy'
Cutting Edge 2012/13
Lecture 1: Professor Gillian Foulger
Professor Gillian Foulger
Professor in the Department of Geophysics
'What is Science and how is it Different from a Belief System, and why does Iceland Exist?'
Lecture 2: Professor Corinne Saunders
Professor Corinne Saunders
Professor in the Department of English Studies
'Mind, Body and Voice in Medieval Literature'
Lecture 3: Professor Martin Ward
Professor Martin Ward
Head of the Department of Physics, Temple Chevallier Chair of Astronomy
'Understanding the Cosmos: Darkness Made Visible'
Lecture 5: Professor Veronica Strang
14 February 2013
Professor Veronica Strang
Executive Director of the Institute of Advanced Study
Professor in the Department of Anthropology
'One Sunday Morning: history, materiality and the Lambton Worm'
Lecture 6: Professor David Fuller
6 June 2013
Professor David Fuller
Department of English Studies
'Poetry and Passion: Reading Shakespeare's Sonnets'
Lecture 7: Dr Thom Brooks
Dr Thom Brooks
Reader in Law, Durham Law School
'The Life in the UK Citizenship Test: Is it Unfit for Purpose?'
13 June 2013