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At present, we are hosting all Undergraduate Taster Lectures virtually. In order to receive a link to your preferred talk, please register below
Women in the History of Philosophy
Professor A C Grayling, Master of New College of the Humanities, will speak on ‘Women in the History of Philosophy’ in celebration of Women’s History Month. Join us on Tuesday 2 March 2021, 5:30-6:30pm.
Data Science Taster Lecture
Titled ‘Learning to Programme in Python with Colours’, this interactive session offers a real taste of learning how to code in Python, the most sought-after skill in data science.
History Taster Lecture
Our History Taster, ‘The Crisis of the Conservative Party and the Birth of Thatcherism’, provides insight into a fascinating period of recent history.
English Taster Lecture
This taster lecture, ‘Shakespeare’s Pandemics’, will look at how poets and writers - and particularly Shakespeare - imagined and responded to the bubonic plague.
Psychology Taster Lecture
Our interactive Psychology Taster focuses on Neuromarketing, and provides insight into how we are potentially influenced by messages and stimuli that make us desire, and purchase, certain products more.
Creative Writing Taster Lecture
Focusing on two of the most popular forms of creative writing today, flash fiction and prose poetry, this interactive taster workshop incorporates practical writing exercises.
Art History Taster Lecture
Our Art History Taster, ‘Ruined Landscapes: Catastrophes and Global Warming in Art History’, analyses depictions of ruined landscapes whether caused by weather, war, or natural disaster.
Politics and International Relations Taster Lecture
This taster lecture explores the organisation of governance in International Relations, and how this impacts the state, with a specific focus on sustainable development post-Brexit.
Philosophy Taster Lecture
Our Philosophy Taster, ‘The Ethical Criticism of Art’, introduces a current debate in aesthetics concerning the relationship between ethical and aesthetic values in art.
Economics Taster Lecture
This taster lecture, 'Thinking Like an Economist', will provide an overview of how people think, how they interact and how the economy as a whole works.
Law Taster Lecture
Everyone is supposed to follow the law, but “What Really Makes a Law?” This Law Taster provides an introduction to Jurisprudence, the theory or philosophy of law.
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