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In conversation with curator Layla Bloom, Crispin Wright will discuss the work of his father Austin Wright, currently on display in the exhibition Austin Wright: Emerging Forms.

The theme for this year is ‘Shaping the Future’, bringing together students, staff, and members of the public to experience the diversity of undergraduate and postgraduate sustainability work.

The seminar will provide an insight into the issues of adolescent violence, and an overview of the PACT programme.

Liberty Lectures explore topics at the heart of contemporary society. Here, George Monbiot shows the way to a better future, based on his latest book, Out of the Wreckage.

A century on from the 1918 Representation of the People Act, drop in to February’s Tuesday Treasure to see archive material relating to women’s involvement in politics.

This lecture will consider Matlovich’s contribution to the struggle for LGBT equality, and reflect on what his emergence as a ‘gay rights hero’ tells us about the wider movement.