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There are 46 events taking place this month
Monday 27th February 2023

Cogs and Monsters: What economics is, and what it should be

Cogs and Monsters: What economics is, and what it should be
Date
27/02/2023
Location:
Keighton Auditorium
Description
A look at how Economics needs to change to keep pace with the 21st century and the digital economy
Tuesday 28th February 2023

Theology and Religious Studies Graduate Student Reading Group

Theology and Religious Studies Graduate Student Reading Group
Date
14/10/2022 - 05/05/2023
Location:
Online via Microsoft Teams
Description
Read along the book Katherine Sonderegger, Systematic Theology: Volume 1, The Doctrine of God

Researcher Information Skills - Arts (In-Person)

Date
28/02/2023
Description
An overview of advanced search techniques and specialist information resources to improve literature searching activities in your research area. Suitable for researchers in the Faculty of Arts. Booking is essential.

GEP Seminar: Joana Silva (Catolica Lisbon)

Date
28/02/2023
Location:
A01 Highfield House
Description
Adjusting to transitory shocks: Worker impact, firm channels, and (lack of) assistance

Classics and Archaeology research seminar- Rome and Pergamon in the 2nd Century BC: a special (cultural) relation?

Date
28/02/2023
Location:
A03 Humanities Building
Description
Join the Department of Classics and Archaeology for this week's research seminar, featuring a presentation from Giuseppe Pezzini (University of Oxford).
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