Lectures

    • Thursday 19 February 2015
    • NO. 5087
    • VOL. 145

    Institutes, Centres and Museums

    Bodleian Libraries

    Royal Bank of Canada–Bodleian lecture

    Stuart Barnard, Calgary, and RBC–Bodleian Fellow, will deliver the Royal Bank of Canada–Bodleian Lecture at 6pm on 19 February in the Lecture Theatre, Weston Library. All welcome. Register for a free ticket: www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/whats-on or bookcentre@bodleian.ox.ac.uk.

    Subject: 'Missionaries and religious print culture in Canada'

    Colleges, Halls and Societies

    Balliol

    Unlocking archives: Balliol College Special Collections research seminar

    The following lectures will be given at 1pm in Balliol's Special Collections Centre, St Cross Church, St Cross Road. Convener: Anna Sander

    Professor Stephen Brown, Boston College

    23 Feb: 'Lessons learned from Balliol commentaries on Peter Lombard's Sentences'

    Emily Freeman

    6 Mar: 'John Evelyn's trees: the art of Sylva'

    Nuffield

    International Women's Day seminar

    Professor Margaret MacMillan will give a seminar at 5pm on 9 March in the Large Lecture Room, Nuffield. Pre-registration required by 3 March to: events@nuffield.ox.ac.uk.

    Subject: 'Women and history: as subjects and as historians'

    St Edmund Hall

    Philip Geddes Memorial Lecture

    Lyse Doucet, Chief International Correspondent, BBC News, will deliver the 2015 Philip Geddes Memorial Lecture at 5.30pm on 6 March in Room 6, Examination Schools, followed by a Q&A session. All welcome; advance booking advisable.

    Subject: 'Killing the messenger, and the message'

    Somerville

    Special lecture

    Professor Rajesh Thakker will lecture at 5.30pm on 27 February in the Flora Anderson Hall, Somerville.

    Subject: 'From rhinos to molecules: lessons for clinical medicine'

    Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lecture

    Dr Petra Fromme, Arizona State, will deliver the Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lecture at 5pm on 12 March in the University Museum of Natural History.

    Subject: 'The dawn of a new era in structural biology'