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Darwin's Hunch: Science, Race and the Search for Human Origins
In this lecture on 23 March, author Christa Kuljian reviews the history of palaeo-anthropology and genetics over the past century, recounting stories of the search for human origins in South Africa that shed new light on the past.
Harper Lee lecture one year after the author's death
On Sunday 19 February, just after the 6pm news on Fine Music Radio, Professor Lesley Marx presents a lecture on the author Harper Lee, who died one year ago at the age of eighty-nine. Nelle Harper Lee, the celebrated author of To Kill a...
Germany's role during the refugee crisis
Our extension lecture on Tuesday 14 February by Dr Caspar Schauseil offers an objective, politically unbiased view on the key challenges the EU, and Germany in particular, currently face as over a million refugees seek asylum in Europe. Dr...
LSE - UCT JULY SCHOOL 2017
The LSE-UCT July School offers courses from across the social sciences, all with reference and relevance to Africa today. Participants select one intensive course to study for the two-week programme.
The Keiskamma Art Project by Brenda Schmahmann
On 20 February Professor Brenda Schmahmann, Research Chair in South African Art and Visual Culture at the University of Johannesburg, discusses the Keiskamma Art Project, established in 2000, demonstrating that creativity and imagination can...

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Friday, 24 March 2017
Svetlana Alexievich

 

Svetlana Alexievich, who won the 2015 Nobel Prize for literature for her book Second-Hand Time, described by the judges as “a monument to suffering and courage in our time”, has been shortlisted for the £30,000 Baillie Gifford prize for non-fiction. Alexievich’s study of life in the Soviet Union just before the system collapsed will be of interest to the many participants enrolling for Ten Days and a Hundred Years: The Long Shadow of the Bolshevik Revolution.

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Monday, November 7, 2016 - 12:30

     Who's Afraid of Contemporary Art? No one need be, according to popular Summer School lecturer Ian Aaronson.

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Friday, November 27, 2015 - 15:45

    “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” a stage version of the best-selling novel now running to acclaim in New York, illuminates the circuitous path a young man with autism traverses to a richer and securer understanding of the world around him. A Summer School course offers an update on this frequently diagnosed disorder.

 

Publication Date:
Friday, November 20, 2015 - 15:45

Several Summer School 2017 courses focus on the environment and what we are doing and have done to create the dilemmas we now face.

Publication Date:
Friday, November 20, 2015 - 15:45

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