Lectures

December 5, 1997

Darwin College Lecture Series 1998

The 13th annual Darwin College Lectures will be held in the Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge on Fridays at 5.30pm as follows: January 16: The Structure of Life with Simon Conway Morris (earth sciences, Cambridge University) January 23: Models of Structure with David Pettiford (Oxford University) January 30: Microscopic Structure: Minerals, Their Derivatives and Applications with John Meurig Thomas (Peterhouse, Cambridge University) February 6: The Body in Space: the Structure of Dance with Shobana Jeyasingh (Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company, London) February 13: The Structures of the Landscape with John Dixon Hunt (landscape architecture, Pennsylvania University) February 20: Engineering Structures: Why do they fail? with John Knott (metallurgy and materials, Birmingham University) February : The Structure of Conflict with Mary Kaldor (European Institute, Sussex University) March 6: The Structure of the Imagination with Marina Warner (London). All are welcome.

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