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Wolfson Media Collection

The Wolfson Media Collection brings together recordings of all webinars hosted in the virtual Easter term 2020. It features talks from the Green, Humanities, and Science Societies, as well as other webinar series.

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      Green Society 

28 May 2020
How COVID-19 Changes the Way Protected Areas Impact Local Communities
by Dr Nikoleta Jones, Principal Research Associate, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge


14 May 2020
Crossing Borders - W. H. Hudson and the Pioneers of Conservation
by Conor Jameson, professional conservationist and author


30 April 2020
The Changing Arctic, its Challenges and Global Impact
by Marie-Anne Coninsx, Wolfson Alumna and former Ambassador EU Ambassador at Large to the Arctic


 

     Humanities Society

2 June 2020
Rethinking the Emergence of the English
by Professor Susan Oosthuizen, Emeritus Professor of Medieval Archaeology, University of Cambridge; Emeritus Fellow, Wolfson College


26 May 2020
'The Invisible Enemy': Fighting Plague in Renaissance Italy
by Professor John Henderson, Department of History, Classics and Archaeology at Birkbeck University of London and Emeritus Fellow, Wolfson College


12 May 2020
Whose Bled? Music, Sound and Public Spaces in (Post-)Colonial Algeria
by Dr Stephen Wilford, Research Associate at the Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge and Junior Research Fellow, Wolfson College


 

  Science Society

12 June 2020
Sustainability, Welfare, and Political Change
by Professor Donald M. Broom, Emeritus Professor of Animal Welfare, Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge


5 June 2020
Why Can't I Get Rid of This Belief?
by Dr Anabela Pinto, Research Associate, Wolfson College


29 May 2020

Working in Research Through the COVID-19 Crisis
by Professor Gordon Dougan, Department of Medicine, University of Cambridge and Fellow at Wolfson College


15 May 2020
How to Breed Better Politicians
by Dr Joel Peck, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge


 

Wolfson (Ancient) Warfare Wednesdays

8 July 2020
Greek Warfare and Mythology
by Dr Cezary Kucewicz, MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow, Leiden University


1 July 2020
Greek Warfare and Historiography
by Dr Roel Konijnendijk, MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow, Leiden University


24 June 2020
Greek Warfare and Economics
by Dr Manu Dal Borgo, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge


17 June 2020
Greek Warfare and Video Games
by Dr Joshua Hall, Linn-Benton Community College, Albany, OR


10 June 2020
Greek Warfare and Psychology
by Dr Owen Rees, Associate Lecturer in Ancient History, Manchester Metropolitan University


 

 

What's on

Global health

Wolfson College Global Health Research Hub: 'COVID-19 and me'

14/07/2020 at 17.00

Wolfson invites you to join the first gathering of our community with interests, professional and amateur, in Global Health. All are welcome to this new Hub!

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Wolfson (Ancient) Warfare Wednesday - Greek Warfare and the Spartan Mirage

15/07/2020 at 18.00

This webinar series showcases the latest developments in the field of ancient Greek warfare, providing weekly talks by experts focusing on the major areas of interest in recent scholarship. Register here.

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Wolfson Interdisciplinary Research Hub: Gender

16/07/2020 at 13.00

Wolfson warmly invites you to the launch meeting of the Gender Hub, which seeks to encourage interdisciplinary research, collaboration and debate about gender in relation to our scholarship and teaching, as well as our engagement with local and global communities outside the College.

 

WRE

Wolfson Research Event - Summer Session

22/07/2020 at 13.00

The Wolfson Research Event is back with a summer extension session to give more students a chance to present their research work.

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Wolfson (Ancient) Warfare Wednesday - Greek Warfare and Homer

22/07/2020 at 18.00

This webinar series showcases the latest developments in the field of ancient Greek warfare, providing weekly talks by experts focusing on the major areas of interest in recent scholarship. Register here.

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